The Harvester, Newbury

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Review of "The Harvester, Newbury"

published 16/05/2005 | kitpix
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Pro On route home from south coast
Cons Overcooked food. No lamb, ribs or peas

"Harvester at Newbury"

Myself and two friends called in on the 15th May 2005 at about 20.30 and were shown to table 10. One friend asked for the ribs and were told that they were out of ribs. He ordered a sirloin steak. The other friend ordered lamb and again they were out of stock so he also ordered sirloin steak. They were then advised that they were also out of peas.
The cushions on the chairs were dirty and stained.
The meals arrived and my gammon steak was not to bad at all but my friends sirloin steaks were overcooked (we did say well done, but not that well done) and dry, plus the chips were barely warm.
One friend asked for tomato ketchup which was brought in a bowl with ketchup running down the outside of the bowl.
The Harvester salad bar was also lacking in choice compared with other Harvester restaraunts we have visited.
The total bill was £30.85 which was expensive for only one fully eaten meal.
Not up to the usual Harvester standard and not recommended.

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  • 1st2thebar published 14/08/2014
    Could be any of The Harvester eateries.
  • littleboo21 published 18/05/2005
    Welcome to ciao. Sarah x
  • cybersplat published 18/05/2005
    Welcome to Ciao
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City: Newbury

Type: Pub


Listed on Ciao since: 16/05/2005