Brewers Fayre - Eat All You Want Nights - £5.99 per person - HotUKDeals
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New eat all you want nights - Monday, Thursday, Friday & Sunday

£5.99 per person, EXCELLENT value for the choice available!

Chinese Eat All You Want - Monday Night
Indian Eat All You Want - Thursday Night
Chip Shop Eat All You Want - Friday Night

There is also a Sunday Carvery Eat All You Want which is priced £9 for starter + main.

SERIOUSLY recommend this!
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#1
time limites?
#2
I know it starts at 5pm on the selected night's but i'm unsure on finishing times, probably 9 or 10pm, i shall ask my brother as he works there.
1 Like #3
4 around me have all shut
#4
Starts 5pm and finishes 10pm :)
#5
seems like the US idea is coming to the UK slowly.
#6
garbage456
4 around me have all shut

Bad news that, not only is this new service amazing but their 2 meals for £10 is outstanding value too :)
1 Like #7
my local is 13 miles away!
#8
mysmith
seems like the US idea is coming to the UK slowly.

Aye well eat all you want has been in the UK for a fair bit too just thought i'd post this deal as for the price and the choice of curry's/sides etc your getting its quality considering the company doesnt specialise in these type's of foods, normally curry's from restraunts that dont specialise in curry's are poor and you'd be better going to your local chinese/indian, but i've tried the chinese & indian nights and both are quality though i do prefer the chinese night, yet to try the chip shop night and the carvery ROLL ON FRIDAY & SUNDAY haha :)
#9
my local 1 mile away :D
#10
my local 1 mile away
Same here!(_;)
1 Like #11
DJ Mole
mysmith
seems like the US idea is coming to the UK slowly.

Aye well eat all you want has been in the UK for a fair bit too just thought i'd post this deal as for the price and the choice of curry's/sides etc your getting its quality considering the company doesnt specialise in these type's of foods, normally curry's from restraunts that dont specialise in curry's are poor and you'd be better going to your local chinese/indian, but i've tried the chinese & indian nights and both are quality though i do prefer the chinese night, yet to try the chip shop night and the carvery ROLL ON FRIDAY & SUNDAY haha :)

The trouble with "eat all you want" in the UK used to
be that people act like pigs, take too much and then
leave a pile (Of food I mean) Next time you go it is
closed 'cos of the gluttons who spoilt it. That used
to happen but lets see if people will nurture the
places this time round.
14 Likes #12
I have my own microwave so need to eat at brewers fair.
1 Like #13
Thanks for sharing - many dont bother on here. Good deal too - heat added.
#14
Closest to me is 8 miles but there's one near Lakeside where we go quite a lot so will give it a try soon. Thanks OP - heat added :D
3 Likes #15
poor quality - better off spending £6 down the shops per person.
4 Likes #16
Fail.
googleboogle
I have my own microwave so need to eat at brewers fair.
#17
Thanks for posting i hadn't heard about this. Cheap n cheerful, not top quality of course but perfect to take the kids and relax and saves me cooking now and again! so happy days eh. Think the carvery sounds worth a shot.
#18
This has been on the go ages, it started in December as far as I knew. Well it started in December in the new build Whitbread opened in Dumbarton then.

Its a pretty good deal, but probably not advisable with our ever expanding waistlines, some folk (me included) just don't know when to step away from the buffet.

Its like Beefeater with their bottomless chips and bottomless soft drinks (only trial sites just now apparently)
#19
Never been to a buffet before but very tempted, how does it work? Do you choose 1 main and the other stuff is all you can eat?
1 Like #20
might have to give it a try next time we go down, thanks for this
#21
DJ Mole
garbage456
4 around me have all shut

Bad news that, not only is this new service amazing but their 2 meals for £10 is outstanding value too :)


do you get big portions for the 2 for £10
#22
If you're in the Oldham area, last weeks Advertiser also ran a bogof voucher for this deal (Runs out 9th September iirc) at the Clayton Green making this offer £5.99 for 2. Unbelievable value if you can get your hands on the voucher.

Going to try it next week once I buy some bigger pants...
3 Likes #23
cheekygirl79740
Never been to a buffet before but very tempted, how does it work? Do you choose 1 main and the other stuff is all you can eat?


You just visit the buffet as many times as you can manage. Take what you want. Until you are sick. And then go back and have some more.
#24
Yes I got Oldham advertiser and was thinking about trying problem is can't taste anything at the mo cos of an illness might treat mrs and son
1 Like #25
dosent mention anything about this offer on website!!!!
#26
It's real I drove past one today and they had banners up about it

and ahem

http://www.brewersfayre.co.uk/restaurants/buffets/

Edited By: Rich44 on Aug 15, 2011 22:21
#27
hmmmm "This buffet is only available on Monday, Thursday and Fridays from 5pm"
"kids buffet 12-4pm mon-fri,sat 12-6" so we cant all eat together oO
what are we meant to do,send the kids in at 4 and we go in at 5 ?????
#28
All the different buffet nights say Choice of 4 Dishes. Anyone know what they are? We have two veggies in the family...
#29
Went to Brewers Fayre in Notts for the first time a few weeks ago - would never go again. Place looks so run down and grubby, we actually thought it was shut down when we arrived. Went in and there were about 5 travellers in running around and making a racket, by the time we left there was more like 50 of them inside and out - shouting across the pub, shouting down mobile phones, banging on windows at each other, revving cars - it was like it was their house and we were intruding, felt really awkward and uncomfortable.

I'm sure they aren't all like that, but it's enough to put you off - food was no nicer or cheaper than Weatherspoons/Yate's etc so will stick with those in future.

Edited By: Starlet on Aug 15, 2011 23:11: typo
banned#30
Mine is 17 miles away...
mysmith
my local is 13 miles away!
#31
I know where my local Premier Inns are but are there any other Brewers Fayres located without the hotels? There doesn't seem to be any location info on the website.
#32
good value, currys are a bit ropey tho. Looking forward to trying fish & chip night though (fridays by us)
#33
good value but mostly microwave and tined food
#34
xeroc
Fail.
googleboogle
I have my own microwave so need to eat at brewers fair.



Haha, Quality!
#35
xeroc
Fail.
googleboogle
I have my own microwave so need to eat at brewers fair.


Fail from you too!

The guys got a point, buy the £1 microwave curries from the ASDA and you pretty much have the same thing, thats all's BF is doing, microwaving sh1te food.
2 Likes #36
Starlet
Went to Brewers Fayre in Notts for the first time a few weeks ago - would never go again. Place looks so run down and grubby, we actually thought it was shut down when we arrived. Went in and there were about 5 travellers in running around and making a racket, by the time we left there was more like 50 of them inside and out - shouting across the pub, shouting down mobile phones, banging on windows at each other, revving cars - it was like it was their house and we were intruding, felt really awkward and uncomfortable.

I'm sure they aren't all like that, but it's enough to put you off - food was no nicer or cheaper than Weatherspoons/Yate's etc so will stick with those in future.


No, they are all like that. All gippos are complete scum with no respect for anyone of anything.

You're lucky you didn't get your purse nicked!
#37
Good offer but i think i would be tempted if they had an all you can eat deserts!
#38
cheekygirl79740
Never been to a buffet before but very tempted, how does it work? Do you choose 1 main and the other stuff is all you can eat?

You simply pick your table number, pay the £5.99 they give you a ticket which you hand over at the buffet part, take a plate and FILL IT, once your finished that plate hand over the dirty plate if you dont want to use that one again, and take a new plate FILL IT etc etc :), I should probably note also that drinks arent included in the £5.99.
#39
DCFC79
DJ Mole
garbage456
4 around me have all shut
Bad news that, not only is this new service amazing but their 2 meals for £10 is outstanding value too :)

do you get big portions for the 2 for £10

Big enough that it fills me up anyway and i'm a fat **** :) (or if you've been to Weatherspoons/Lloyds, bigger than them portions too, i thoroughly recommend the smothered chicken from Brewers Fayre.
1 Like #40
Steerpike
All the different buffet nights say Choice of 4 Dishes. Anyone know what they are? We have two veggies in the family...

For the curry night's Chinese and Indian there is always a Vegetarian curry option on.

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