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“Better menu the GBBK”
Review of Ace - CLOSED

Ace
Cuisines: Thai
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Reviewed 16 March 2013

Like the range of food and the mini burgers. liked the pulled pork burger. The chips are great too.
You dont normally have to wait for the table and the staff are lovely. Breakfasts are on the pricey side mind you.

Thank AliMac30
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Reviewed 5 March 2013

Been going here since the Burger Bank days and it has got consistently worse, the interior is now far more crowded and if last Fridays experience is anything to go by its like eating in a creche, far too much space given up for young children to play which does not make for a pleasant eating experience, if you want to eat in McDonalds style you may as well go there its a lot cheaper!

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Thank sgharris
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Reviewed 19 February 2013 via mobile

Nice little bistro style on the Belmont road area. Menu a little limited but overall good value. Mostly burger style menus however there are some sandwiches and soup options. Ideal for family's and social get together.

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Thank Darren M
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Reviewed 14 January 2013

I have been here so many times, they know what we want to order before we even sit down. It is an spacious, vintage style bistro with an eclectic, arty mixof furniture and interesting artefacts, currently featuring old school furniture. The food ranges from burgers with a twist to steaks and can be served in vintage style pots and wooden boards. Very creative.Suited to anyone wanting a small snack up to a family outing with a menu to suit all. I love the milkshakes! Prices very reasonable and it will be a memorable day or evening meal out.

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Thank Heather B
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Reviewed 13 January 2013

Have been here a few times and with each visit, I have been disappointed with the food, service and atmosphere. I only end up visiting here now when friends have already arranged to meet there- otherwise I would avoid and would generally try to persuade friends to go elsewhere when this establishment is suggested.
This place was much better in its previous form as Gourmet Burger Bank- we went initially when it first opened as Ace and the food was very poor as they had gone "off piste" totally compared to what they served before, through inclusion of small plates etc- having incorrectly assumed that they could replicate the success of the vastly superior Il Pirata (which I believe is owned by the same group) except with a different type of food. Over time, more and more burgers have crept back onto the menu at Ace (as well as some other features from the original Gourmet Burger Bank), however it still a disappointing experience overall.

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1  Thank Cindy7777
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