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 Selected Comments in Aberdeen

Hamish
 Needs A Clean
Monday, September 10, 2012Rating: No rosettes

May Mcgovern
 Sewagey smelly
went in last sunday and the smell was that bad we did not stay for a drink or use the toilets.
Friday, August 17, 2012Rating: No rosettes

Johno
 Forget it
Smelt of cat's piss and the landlord was rude and lazy. forget it !
Friday, August 3, 2012Rating: No rosettes

Willie Johns
 rip off
rip off and i twisted my ankle on the uneven pavement. the man charged me 25p for a dash of lemonade in me beer.
Friday, July 6, 2012Rating: No rosettes

LEN DAVEY EXETER
 Not made to feel welcome
I Dont think they lIked me because of my accent.
THE FOOD WAS RED ROTTON.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012Rating: No rosettes

mrs neave
 
6 adults and 3 children, my daughter 8months pregnant got the wrong ticket, mistake from the employee, stood for over 20mins for her carvery only to be told wrong ticket, by the time her dad stood in 15min que to explain to the man whom made error gave up as the rest of us had finished no apology made and gave my husband the one meal refund, didn,t like the attitude , short staffed and temper, certainly do not recomend
Monday, August 1, 2011Rating: No rosettes

jackie brown
 A wonderful place to eat out at
I think the bukie farm has changed a lot in the past 5 years so igrore all the comments below. Its a wonderful place to dine at and the food is of a quality standard. It is definatley a place you have to visit and the kids love it too!
Thursday, March 17, 2011Rating: rosettes

Pub Crawler
 Prince of Wales
Nice pub, in city centre with good selection of beers and good food, slightly overpriced
Thursday, November 9, 2006Rating: rosettes

Denise Fyfe
 Improved
They have had a revamp, good value for money. The service has improved the current staff are very friendly. Worth a visit.
Monday, September 11, 2006Rating: rosettes

irene summers
 Filthy
The same down at heal people in a down market pub. It looks as if the place had not been cleaned in a year. The staff are non existant. You cannot get to see any managers, although having looked at the mess of the place I would be surprised if there were any managers at all! I would avoid this place like the plague/
Tuesday, August 23, 2005Rating: No rosettes

The Rennies
 Tremendous1
just spent a week at the regarth. Stuart is a fantastic host who really looks after you. We came back home relaxed and happy after such a nice stay. See you all again soon!
Friday, May 13, 2005Rating: rosettes

THE JESS'S AND THE LINDSAYS
 REDGARTH
WE HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM A BRILLIANT WEEKEND AT REDGARTH. STUART IS THE HOST WITH THE MOST FROM THE MINUTE WE ARRIVED UNTIL THE MINUTE WE WERE LEAVING WE WERE MADE TO FEEL VERY WELCOME. THE ACCOMMODATION WAS FIRST CLASS. WE WILL DEFINATELY BE BACK
Monday, April 25, 2005Rating: rosettes

Mrs Smith
 Beautiful rooms
I saw on their website that a 'warm and friendly welcome awaits you' it was certainly true. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Simply superb. Has won many awards for it's real ales.
Next time we are in Scotland we will be back!
Saturday, April 16, 2005Rating: rosettes

Mr Mrs Daglish
 www.redgarth.com
Have been a few times now Stuart the host extends a warm welcome to all his customers. The food is fresh and locally produced, and the beer refreshing.
If you are visiting Scotland then this is one place you need to see.
Great rooms at greater prices
Saturday, April 16, 2005Rating: No rosettes

Terry Webber
 Brilliant Inn
Redgarth has great food a brilliant atmosphere and fantastic real ales.

They now have a website so you can see the local events and the guest ales on offer.

worth a visit. I'll certainly be back
Saturday, April 16, 2005Rating: rosettes

Ian Adamson
 Friendly village bar/restaurant
Friendly village bar/restaurant, winner of CAMRA pub of the year award 4 years in a row for NE Scotland. Warm atmosphere with tremendous views of Aberdeenshire. Quality local food available in lounge bar or restaurant.
Friday, January 28, 2005Rating: rosettes

Brian McNulty
 Get some staff who enjoy their job.
This place is the absolute pit's. On my first visit there were 7 people in the public bar and I waited almost 10 minutes before I saw a member of staff. i'll be with you in a minute he said. He then headed off in the direction he had come. Another 5 minutes before he appeared again and he served someone who had just walked in. Eventually I got a pint of lager which was decent. In the background there were 2 Tv's blaring, both on different channels, and also music from playing from the stereo system.
On looking around the bar it became obvious that no one had taken responsibility for removing empty glasses or cleaning the ashtrays, although most of the smokers end products were lying or ground into the carpet.
My only visit to the toilets was my last. I waded through a mixture of water/urine on the tiled floor to an overflowing urinal. On leaving the bathroom I turned left and headed out the main door leaving my unfinished lager at the still staffless bar.
I won't be back.

Sunday, June 20, 2004Rating: No rosettes

Dennis Wheatley
 It saddens me but avoid
I have been a regular in the Toby for 15 years and I can only say that the place is deteriorating rapidly. The standard of staff they recruit is exceptionally poor, the service is totally non-existent and the management are seen as often as Lord Lucan.
It is my belief that the owners are intentionally running the place down to attract further investment from the parent company.
If you enjoy a decent pint but are willing to wait 10 to 15 minutes whilst the one member of staff is serving tables in the lounge bar then this is the place for you.
The bar is, in the main, filthy. The gents toilet has a hole in the wall which has been covered by a piece of cardboard for the last 7 weeks stating temporary repair
Sunday, June 20, 2004Rating: No rosettes


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