The worse pizza I ever bought at that place.Extremely doughy on the bottom.Also cold when I received it.Also the guy delivering the pizza looked like one of the guys nosing around my truck awhile back.Certainly will think long and hard before buying another pizza at Pizza Town.Did enjoy their pizza in the past.Hopefully this is just one bad experience and things will improve.
My wife and I were visiting the quinpool location for lunch at 3:20 pm the lot was empty . We went to the bank machine next door and had to wait for a cash machine. When we got back they booted our car and extorted $108.32 to get our car back, and we are customers of the subway.
I spoke to two managers. Both were uninterested in the fact we went for cash to buy lunch and wouldn't help us at all . We got well practised excuses. This has to be the worst customer service I have ever had. Avoid subway they are crooks.
This is my nrighborhood Tims but from now on I'm going further afield when I want Tims. Way, way, way too often I get the wrong order. I did today and asked if they could send me the right one. They said no but they'd fix me right up next time I was in there. Well, I'm sorry but there won't be a next time. Tims shouldn't hire clowns like the server that can't punch the right order in or the supervisor that makes Sheldon look like a people person.
Goodbye and good riddance, Clayton Park Shopping Centre Tim Hortons.
Two of us went for Donairs, As we walked in the floor was wet and dirty. It had been years since we ate there so we decided to give it another try. Our Donairs were served to us cold. When I complained to the young man behind the counter he stated that he didn't care. He was very rude. We just left the restaurant and went somewhere else. Worst place I have ever ate.
I've been to the Lower Deck a number of times over the past few years.
The food is basic pub fare - though the last time I was there 2 months ago the fish (fish and chips) was obviously previously frozen so I wasn't that impressed. Unfortunately, they only serve Keiths products as the beer goes, which is a shame if you like variety. The positive is that you get a big sleeve, and it's cold.
The pub is just a big square, half underground, and is very dim. It features long benches which adds a nice rustic feel. The real draw is the music. They have local bands playing lots of traditional music and the benches are good for banging hands and pint pots down on. The clarion call "Sociable!" seems to permeate every corner.
Every time I come to Halifax I ALWAYS visit the Maxwell's Plum.
The ancient spot on the corner of Sackville and Grafton Streets has a sort of well worn, "I understand how you feel, sir" feeling to it. Even the leaning stairs and upper floor camber has an old, seagoing feel to it. The staff may not always be fast, because they're busy, and I've always had good service. There's a view to the harbour.
Both beer and food menus are extensive. Well they have something like 90 beer on tap, domestic, craft, international, served at various temperatures. And all are in stock. How can you beat a frigid monster thick stein (a la A&W's Frosty the Root Bear mug) full to brimming with Monkton Pumphouse Blueberry Ale?
On weekend mornings the pub features a steak and eggs breakfast special which is more than generous; at something like $7.50 you get a wing steak, 3 eggs any way you want them, toast, and a monster pile of fries or hash browns. It's tremendous value for money.
In a town justly renowned for its pubs and clubs, the downstairs Henry House Pub is really, really cozy. It's fully in the English pub tradition, all dark wood, beams, and there are some tiny booths. Because it's downstairs the light is a little dim, which is another element of coziness on a cold Atlantic winter afternoon or evening. The clientele is quite eclectic, often students. The food is tasty and authentic English/Maritimes (especially the fish and chips), and the prices are reasonable. The service is fine.
The real draw is the beer. The craft brew is fully English in its use of fuggle hops and the serving temperature. The "Peculiar" is, well, peculiar, but it grows on you. There are 8-9 brew on tap, including 1-2 seasonals. We usually get the tester set.
We wanted to go out for a nice dinner while we were visiting Halifax and heard a recommendation for this place. We really wanted to go somewhere where we could have oysters and seafood in a nice environment. Well...this was it.
The inside is somewhat dark and rustic, but in a nice way. We ordered a bottle of wine and some oysters to start. Both were excellent. For our mains, we each ordered the lobster - one lobster two ways and the other steamed and grilled. They were delicious. We finished off with a piece of flourless chocolate cake which was a great portion size and delicious as well.
Service was very attentive. Everything was as we had hoped. It's pricey, but nice for a treat. We would return if we were visiting again!
We needed a place to eat while visiting Halifax and came across this place. You order from the counter and then seat yourself. They bring the food to you. It's simple layout with lots of books and games - looks like a decent place to hang out with a coffee. I ordered a bacon and eggs breakfast. It was decent, nothing spectacular but not bad for a $7 breakfast downtown. They also serve fair trade coffee.
It was fairly fast and reasonably priced. We had a nice seat by the open windows overlooking the street. Pretty good.
i went to this place for lunch with my husband and children my son is only 2 years old my daughter is 10 months i was pretty shocked on how they have the set up its basically 5 dishes of curry and over boiled pot of rice. i first went to get my food and there were no forks and not only that were they keep the forks it was dirty with all kinds of crap in it it was pretty discusting if you ask me but fine i didnt want to be to picky and basically just asked for a clean fork which she then gave me. the service was so lame i had to ask for the lady to top up on forks, i also heard one of the other customers complaining that there was no rice. the lady then came up and pured us some water and that was the last we saw her she never came back to ask us if we would like some more water. the food was luke warm and was over boiled.and then my son had two peaces of patato and a little bit of sauce she charged me 4.99 for my son supostly because he was sitting on the same table as me i mean i find thats ok but he didnt even eat anything she was so so cheap scape i will never ever return there ever again and i do not recommend this place to anyone it is not worth it. i would drive the 2 mins longer and go to dragon king buffet anyday.
Great food, lots of it, outstanding side dishes - a shame parking is an issue.
This is a must try and I am sure it will bring you back. Try the sampler platter but you may want to share as its a lot to eat. BBQ beans as a side is an absolute must have, dont even question why.