10 reviews of The Bradley Stoke in English
I would advise my friends and family to visit.
This is a great family pub with friendly staff and a very welcoming atmosphere. The food is always hot and tasty, combine this with the amazing two for one offers and you would be hard pushed to cook it cheaper yourself. Friday nights are always busy as are Sunday lunches, especially with the fabulous carvery. I have and will recommend this pub to family and friends.
Very poor pub run by miserable staff.
Was there again on Christmas Eve and they scoffed when I asked if they had any champagne to celebrate the event and they never even had any sparkling wine as an alternative.
To really set the festive spirit I then lost a brand new pint of lager to a very wobbly table they had out. When I advised the staff of their faulty furnishings they simply said not to use it again and refused my request of a replacement beverage.
The food is generally cheap and you get what you pay for, but this pub is definitely the worst in Bradley Stoke. I would recommend the Toby Carvery, 3 Brookes, Hungry Horse or the Bailey Court as preferable alternatives.
This is a great value, family pub which perfectly caters for the local community. There are some great offers on food, and the kids are well catered for too. The food is pretty standard pub grub, but it is done reasonably well, and you’ll leave feeling that you’ve got good value for money.
The kids love going out to the pub, and as it’s situated right in the heart of the community, it’s easy enough to walk to from anywhere in the north part of Bradley Stoke. It shows most of the big sporting events, so if you’re planning a meal out with the family, check to make sure there’s nothing major going on, or it could be a bit too rowdy for you.
this is great pub which does a fantastic sunday lunch its quite spacious and always seems clean and well organised i would recommend this pub to anyone who fancys a quiet lunch or to watch the football which this pub does brilliantly.
The best thing about the Bradley Stoke is that it does the job when you really need a bit of a chunky hangover lunch. It only opens at midday, several times I’ve been waiting for it to open so that it can help be get over the night before.
In the evenings though it is a bit too much of a Sports Pub for my liking, and gets a bit rowdy. I prefer the generally quieter Three Brooks, about five minutes’ walk from the Bradley Stoke. The Bradley Stoke could also benefit from serving some better beers.
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