Ordered the steak sandwich, it was very good. Bread was soft yet crispy and the steak was tender and had a lot of flavour.
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Been several months since I've been in to Friar Tucks on a Sunday. Really wanted to try something different but the roast beef lunch for $15 is hard to beat. So I stuck with a good thing - meal is delicious and the Yorkshire pudding...More
Searching for more than just a cafe, we stumbled on this family style restaurant. We enjoyed everything from the funny wooden menus to the heaps of Irish memorabilia. The food is a bit pricey for a family though, and was average. The service was lovely.
We came back to try after almost 5 gap years. The same old decor and it looks the same as before. While we seated we smell some sweaty around, and the air is not moving after some party of drinking or so. We had an...More
Really wanted to order the pork ribs, but when we saw the menu, all four of us changed our mind. The beef and Guinness pie was amazing. But the sizzling prawns where absolutely outstanding. The staff were really friendly and made sure we were happy...More
Staff are very friendly and helpful, meal portions are very generous and everything I've tried so far has been delicious. Good value for money with several specials each day and they also do seniors meals which is great when taking my mum out. Have been...More
Not a bad meal for a pub restaurant with a good selection of standard dishes but disappointed our meals came covered in sauce. I had the salmon that came with the world's biggest potato and carrots, a couple of bits of broccoli and smothered in...More
With a good variety of food choices in a relaxed and casual atmosphere, Friar Tucks is worth a visit. Food is tasty and in good sized portions, at pub prices. The only negative is that it can get noisy if there are any large groups,...More