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went for sunday dinner and thought we would all order the fondue for a change.
the food was fantastic and love the piping hot gravy. The only thing letting this down is there wasnt enough veg/ spuds for 5 people.
Ma Boyle’s Famous pies lauded in the menu but in reality very disappointing chicken ham and leek minuscule pieces in a very thin tasteless sauce. Steak pie very tough meat. Tbf chips were decent but that’s all veg gave appearance of the frozen variety.
This pub is tucked away off the main thoroughfare of Water Street which leads down to the Pier Head and the River Mersey. We must have walked this route many times and had never noticed this pub. We decided we'd take a look after our...More
Tuesday night - we had the scouse and the chicken, ham and leek pie, and a couple of interesting pints. Both were delicious. The sticky toffee puddings were even better, perhaps. Great well-appointed quiet pub. We would gladly return, and probably will.
Booked the room downstairs for a family reunion with about 20 of us. The whole set up was just perfect. No charge to hire the room just order some platters of food - absolutely delicious choice of sandwiches, wraps, samosas and chocolate brownie. The team...More
Visited for lunch on recommendation by British Music Experience staff. My husband, who is not vegan had the fish finger sandwich, which was Hugh !
My sons had the falafel burger and I had the vegan moussaka which was delicious. Friendly staff and excellent value...More
I have been to Boyles on countless occasions over the past few years and it always impresses me and any one else that I am drinking/dining with. It’s perfect for family trips, dates (done a few in there 😬), business power lunching and evening drinks...More
Quickest and surest answer is to give them a call. There are so many rules regarding under 18's and, even taking them into account, it is entirely up to the particular establishment as to wether allow entry or not.
Response from ArcticWaverider | Reviewed this property |
We went there on two thursdays around seven pm, but got a table both times. I'd book if it was a larger group though. Sitting downstairs is not as nice as upstairs, especially whern there is music (Thurdays and Saturdays)
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