Beautiful building ,food was brilliant I can't remember having a breakfast. The staff were really helpful and friendly.
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Three weeks ago - quality of fried cod, bad, sent back. Back for another go last Friday 11 August at 7.00 p.m. NO STAFF in restaurant, at bar or in complex. Other customers waiting to give their order. We waited ten minutes! then gave up....More
Popped in for a spot if lunch, and left disappointed. Ordered a ploughman's x2, a kids burger and chips and a kids sausage and chip's. The ploughman's which costs about £8.50, was pitiful. You got a a piece of cheddar, one slice of bread cut...More
Quex barn was a popular eating house but last October suffered a major fire at the barn. It is now re opened and I couldn't believe it came I'd get better but wow it has. It is that good in the last 3 weeks I...More
Visited here for a quick spot of lunch with a friend. We were very impressed by the chilled out atmosphere, the friendliness of the staff, how efficient and speedy the staff were, and just how good our food was. I have coeliac disease so I...More
We went to quex barn when quex park had a craft fair so was busy, there was a long wait for our order to be taken and a long time for the food to be served and the food was very average.
After a devastating fire last year, Quex Barn has risen with as good a menu, varied specials, more space and seating. We were welcomed like old friends, given attentive, friendly service and our meals tasted like mother made (my mum was a good cook!) Having...More
One of the tastiest breakfasts I've had . Staff very friendly. Lovely surroundings . Took my daughter and friends here for breakfast on her 21st birthday . The food is locally sourced and delicious ( sausage, bacon , mushrooms. Beans and tomatoes with toast )
Let me just say been to quex barn quite a few times and the breakfast is not cheap but we'll worth it. Has been renovated due to a fire ,to a high standard and is very pleasing on the eye. However I had my usual...More