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20 reviews of Cineworld Enfield in English
whilst their is a slight smell of urine in the lift area from the car park this kind of represents the difficuties of poviding facilities fo the general public where there is clearly an underlying local culture to urinate not in a loo, hardly the easist situation for cinema staff to deal with.
car parking is free and easy and the bar has a great view of the bustle of noth london with good seats.
screens big and tickets easily obtainable with good availability.
toilets were clean but as we all know they are as clean as the last person who used them.
my absolute biggit compliment is the honesty,frienlness and effieiency of staff.
i drpped my visa card and it took me 4 days to ring up to see if was handed in.
whilst it took a really big effort to get a tel number to talk to a member of staff as only numers available was for booking tickets. a memer of staff, being a nce young girl informed me she would check and ring me back. sure enough and she did with news of the card was found. so not only after 4 days where my card was handed in, this member of staff went the extra mile to help me. so a bg thank you!
Not very clean, toilets stink, queues are epic and staff have no interest. The management are too interested in profits and not interested enough in improving the cinema experience.
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I've never been a massive fan of multiplex cinemas but seeing as this place is 5 minutes walk from where I live I go here every now and then. There are loads of screens (14 I think) but unfortunately they don't often show indie or foreign films even for a week. For your blockbuster films though, you can pretty much guarentee that they will show them for weeks on end.
The seats are comfortable with plenty f legroom and there is a bar upstairs. However, the view from the bar is of the A10 - not very easy on the eye! Snacks and drink prices are extortionate and there is always someone on the door to check your bags to make sure you don't sneak anything in. There are often long queues to buy tickets, drinks and snacks so it's worth arriving early to make sure you don't miss any of the film.
All in all, it's an OK cinema but nothing special.
this place is awesome! like radical. its so close to where i live-potters bar so just one bus ride to the cinema- the 313 is you want to know. they're so many screens, but i don't really know how many there are. films are really frequent so if you planned to watch one film but missed most of it you could always watch another or wait a couple of minutes for the next screenings. the food however is really quite expensive. i spent £10 on just a hot dog, a drink, and two bags of popcorn... however the drink and the hot dog was pretty massive. i did manage to get through it in like the first 10 minutes. Your not allowed to bring in food from another shop however but they don't really check your bags so just hide your food in your bag and you should hopefully be fine. Hopefully.
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Many great nights out with the girls here and a few dates too. Great complex, lots of local restaurants on the surrounding retail parks. Only bad point is that if you park in the underground car park, whether you take the lift or stairs it absolutely stinks of urine! I try to park upstairs in the retail car park, apart from that, good venue.
This is a good place to go see a film.
It has its own bar where you can chill out before the film
Only problem is that the staff are SOOOO lax that some films can barely be heard due to inconsiderate peoples noise and it takes a lot of noise in the lobby to be taken seriously by a manager
Big out of town cinema complex. Doesn't really feel like you're in London anymore.
The main problem is that the car park is often full and it's not very easy to drive around (or even to walk through as a pedestrian).
Queues inside the cinema are normally pretty big so don't go too close to film start time as you'll have to wait a while.
Pros - it does have comfy seats, lots of legroom , plenty of screens so a wide variety of films
Cons - the customer service is bad, the toilets are disgusting with usually only one or two cubicles with a lock and or toilet paper, at non peak times only one person is on the box office so turn up early and expect queues , the food staff are slow and heaven forbid you should turn up with something out of the ordinary (like a voucher) they won’t know what to do and will takes ages tracking the manager down
Location is good with numerous other restaurants nearby for pre and post cinema food
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This is an expensive cinema in my opinion! Adult after 5pm during the week or at the weekend is £7.60! There is also an added £2.20 charge for 3D films.
However, they do student tickets (£5.70), which isn’t bad and they do cheaper tickets if you see a film before 12pm (£5.20). There aren’t many films showing at this time though!
The seats are very comfortable though and there is a pretty good view of the screen wherever you sit because the rows slope upwards pretty steeply.
My regular haunt. Its a big place, loads of screens and a major attraction come friday/saturday night. This is the time I steer clear coz I hate queues and at those times its ridiculously long.
Orange weds are just as bad. Other than that its great. Loads of parking too.
An unlimited card means exactly that; unlimited visits. They recently put the price up to £13.50 per month but thats still cheaper than seeing two flicks a month.
Last time I was there screen 10 had iffy sound, some faint bad reception type noise and the toilets harldy ever have soap but other than that its all good. I mean who washes their hands? lol
Cinema grub is extortionate so bring your own food and smuggle it in, they only check for cameras and such. Sandwiches, drinks, guns and knives are all acceptable. Just clean up your crap when the flick’s finished please. Thanks!
This is a huge cinema complex which was only recently built. The building is modern and fresh and looks over the A10, so when you are sitting in the bar waiting for your film to start you can watch the world go by! You can opt for text updates and whenever you drive past it the cinema tries to bluetooth you their screenings! They have an extensive telephone screening guide and online!
There are many screens with lots of films being shown which can mean long waiting in the queues for your tickets. This cineworld offers the option of paying a fixed monthly price to use the cinema as much as you want, and this is good value for regular cinema goers. I do advise you give the pick n mix/ ice cream/ popcorn and hot dogs (hot food) and cold drinks a miss as they are very expensive for what you get.
Parking is expanse with spaces to the left of the cinema (where there is a large pizza hut for a meal out before or after your film) and an underground carpark too. You will never be short of a space. For the non drivers there is a main bus stop practically outside the station with buses from Enfield Town direction and accross the road from Enfield/Edmonton etc.
There are plenty of food places local to the cinema including mcdonalds/old orleans/outback steakhouse/pizza hut/tgi fridays and more! And none more than a walk or 2 min drive away!
Great for a birthday/special treat!
Big cinema complex with loads of screens. The majority of screens are big with comfy seats and plenty of legroom. Lots of parking space, and good bus links. There’s a pick and mix stall, a food place selling the usual popcorn and hotdogs, and a bar/coffee shop upstairs. The food is very expensive though, so my tip is to go to Sainsburys or Morrisons across the road and stock up on snacks there!
huge cinema with really comfy seats. most of the screens have lots of legroom but in one of the old screens, number 5 i think it is, they’ve got different seats at the back which are asolutely terrible. great fun to go with kids; they love the sweets stalls and pick and mix area. my only problem was the price of the drinks and food. it is extremely expensive! a regualr coke was about 4 times more expensive that if bought outside the cinema complex so i would advise you to take your own. nice place to go in the evening as you can go and watch a movie and then go and eat at one of the nearby restaurants.
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