Ordered the beef and doom bar pudding, which was awful! The meat was tough and chewy, really low quality. Would have been better off eating elsewhere.
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Ate at the Guild Brewers Fayre, near Bromsgrove, Worcestershire yesterday. We are regular Brewers Fayre customers and are Bonus Club members. We ordered from the 2 course Festive Menu. We both ordered the Gammon, Golden Ale & Cheese PIE. It was a bitterly cold day...More
We had breakfast here after overnight stay across road at Premier inn as it was included in the booking. Comfortable and spacious dining area ran by pleasant and efficient staff. Plentiful good quality fruit and cereals; even porridge on request and diy toaster plus nice...More
We visited whilst staying at the premier inn Bromsgrove great place for pre theatre visit , friendly staff , only took about 20 mins to be severed with a generous potion meal , we stayed for breakfast which was an eat as much as you...More
Visited with family for breakfast. The service was excellent. Venue was clean and inviting. Food was delicious and a really good selection. We'll definately be back!
As we were staying at the Premier Inn on this site, we used The Guild for breakfast. The staff are friendly and offer a warm welcome, the decor modern and well presented. The food is over-priced, we took the Continental Breakfast and the Full English...More
We used this pub/restaurant as it is attached to the premier inn in Bromsgrove Central and booked a meal deal. We have used this place a number of times and it always seems to be under staffed but the people working there really do their...More
My friends and I ate here. It was neither good nor bad in fact mediocre comes to mind on the food,it is ,what it is,typical pub grub, the staff were pleasant and didn’t intrude-the biggest disappointment was when it came to the bill. I questioned...More
My wife and I came for a pre concert drink / meal. My wife's chicken and ribs was dry, lukewarm chips, my steak was more well done than medium plus lukewarm chips. How your "chef" can get this so wrong on a Tuesday at 1830...More