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Ham, Egg and Chips - £1.99 @ Lloyds bars

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5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago
Two fried eggs, two pieces of good quality ham and a fair few chips. At under two quid, you just cannot go wrong.

I got mine at Lloyds on Broad Street, Birmingham, although i would imagine that this is a nationwide deal as there was a corporate poster outside.

I would suspect that you'd also find it at this price in Wetherspoons stores.

Also mixed grill for £4-99, although this looks like it may have been store specific.

Also guest ales for £1-20 a pint. Better than the £4-10 we paid in the first pub last night!
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#1
Can someone explain to me how voting works on here, when i vote things hot, sometimes it goes up by 7, sometimes six and sometimes 5.

I don't understand. And I've wondered for the last 2 years! :-(
#2
(_;) as soon as you vote hot somebody else votes cold at the same time....This meal has been this price for the past 12 months in liverpool...at Lloyds no.1
#3
Mr Weasle
(_;) as soon as you vote hot somebody else votes cold at the same time....This meal has been this price for the past 12 months in liverpool...at Lloyds no.1


Ahhh, thanks.

So how much does a hot vote make the temp go up then?
1 Like #4
Are they free range eggs like they are in Wetherspoons?
#5
cicobuff
Are they free range eggs like they are in Wetherspoons?


To be quite frank, i didn't ask.
#6
fordy62
cicobuff
Are they free range eggs like they are in Wetherspoons?


To be quite frank, i didn't ask.


If it did not state they were on the menu, I doubt they were, I refuse to vote on the deal!
#7
fordy62
Can someone explain to me how voting works on here, when i vote things hot, sometimes it goes up by 7, sometimes six and sometimes 5.

I don't understand. And I've wondered for the last 2 years! :-(


Other people could be voting as you are submitting your own vote I guess, certainly the amount of heat you add is in relation to your status here.
7 Likes #8
cicobuff
fordy62
cicobuff
Are they free range eggs like they are in Wetherspoons?


To be quite frank, i didn't ask.


If it did not state they were on the menu, I doubt they were, I refuse to vote on the deal!


I think you misunderstand. I ordered on the back of seeing the poster outside, so i didn't read the menu.

By the way, are you joking? You're the sort of person that helps this site decent into farce. I'm surprised you haven't voted cold because you prefer pizza.
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fordy62
cicobuff
fordy62
cicobuff
Are they free range eggs like they are in Wetherspoons?


To be quite frank, i didn't ask.


If it did not state they were on the menu, I doubt they were, I refuse to vote on the deal!


I think you misunderstand. I ordered on the back of seeing the poster outside, so i didn't read the menu.

By the way, are you joking? You're the sort of person that helps this site decent into farce. I'm surprised you haven't voted cold because you prefer pizza.


No I am not joking, I refuse to have eggs unless they are free range, so I prefer not to vote. Wetherspoons are cheap for ham, egg and chips and they are free range.

As for turning this site into a farce, hardly, I have been here for years and a regular poster. Just saying I refuse to vote unless I know they are free range. I am not the only one on here that refuses to buy or support battery farming, and from next year thank god you won't be able to support such a trade anyway.
#10
fordy62
Mr Weasle
(_;) as soon as you vote hot somebody else votes cold at the same time....This meal has been this price for the past 12 months in liverpool...at Lloyds no.1


Ahhh, thanks.

So how much does a hot vote make the temp go up then?

Somewhere around 90
#11
90?

I don't think so mate
#12
cicobuff
fordy62
cicobuff
fordy62
cicobuff
Are they free range eggs like they are in Wetherspoons?


To be quite frank, i didn't ask.


If it did not state they were on the menu, I doubt they were, I refuse to vote on the deal!


I think you misunderstand. I ordered on the back of seeing the poster outside, so i didn't read the menu.

By the way, are you joking? You're the sort of person that helps this site decent into farce. I'm surprised you haven't voted cold because you prefer pizza.


No I am not joking, I refuse to have eggs unless they are free range, so I prefer not to vote. Wetherspoons are cheap for ham, egg and chips and they are free range.

As for turning this site into a farce, hardly, I have been here for years and a regular poster. Just saying I refuse to vote unless I know they are free range. I am not the only one on here that refuses to buy or support battery farming, and from next year thank god you won't be able to support such a trade anyway.


Apologies, maybe i was a little too quick to bite then. As Lloyds is a Wetherspoons bar and their website says all Wetherspoons eggs are free range, then i can only assume that they are.
#13
welshman10
90?

I don't think so mate


I think that's a misinterpretation of the question. I meant a single vote.
#14
fordy62
cicobuff
fordy62
cicobuff
fordy62
cicobuff
Are they free range eggs like they are in Wetherspoons?


To be quite frank, i didn't ask.


If it did not state they were on the menu, I doubt they were, I refuse to vote on the deal!


I think you misunderstand. I ordered on the back of seeing the poster outside, so i didn't read the menu.

By the way, are you joking? You're the sort of person that helps this site decent into farce. I'm surprised you haven't voted cold because you prefer pizza.


No I am not joking, I refuse to have eggs unless they are free range, so I prefer not to vote. Wetherspoons are cheap for ham, egg and chips and they are free range.

As for turning this site into a farce, hardly, I have been here for years and a regular poster. Just saying I refuse to vote unless I know they are free range. I am not the only one on here that refuses to buy or support battery farming, and from next year thank god you won't be able to support such a trade anyway.


Apologies, maybe i was a little too quick to bite then. As Lloyds is a Wetherspoons bar and their website says all Wetherspoons eggs are free range, then i can only assume that they are.


No problem, apology gratefully taken. :) Ah, i thought Lloyds was a chain, not the name in Birmingham of a Wetherspoons bar, if it is Wetherspoons it states clearly on the menu they are free range eggs, which surprised me, most places that do cheap meals use battery farmed eggs obviously because of price.
#15
Lloyds are part of the Wetherspoons group.
banned 1 Like #16
Two fried eggs, two pieces of good quality ham and a fair few chips


If you did not eat how do you know it was quality ham?
#17
to be honest I prefer pizza

and caviar

every so often, only occasionally mind you, I will find myself in a lloyds where I'll need to soak up some excess alcohol with a cheap meal... so this deal is hot.
#18
is going up broad street saturday night so might start here!
suspended#19
cicobuff
fordy62
cicobuff
fordy62
cicobuff
fordy62
cicobuff
Are they free range eggs like they are in Wetherspoons?


To be quite frank, i didn't ask.


If it did not state they were on the menu, I doubt they were, I refuse to vote on the deal!


I think you misunderstand. I ordered on the back of seeing the poster outside, so i didn't read the menu.

By the way, are you joking? You're the sort of person that helps this site decent into farce. I'm surprised you haven't voted cold because you prefer pizza.


No I am not joking, I refuse to have eggs unless they are free range, so I prefer not to vote. Wetherspoons are cheap for ham, egg and chips and they are free range.

As for turning this site into a farce, hardly, I have been here for years and a regular poster. Just saying I refuse to vote unless I know they are free range. I am not the only one on here that refuses to buy or support battery farming, and from next year thank god you won't be able to support such a trade anyway.


Apologies, maybe i was a little too quick to bite then. As Lloyds is a Wetherspoons bar and their website says all Wetherspoons eggs are free range, then i can only assume that they are.


No problem, apology gratefully taken. :) Ah, i thought Lloyds was a chain, not the name in Birmingham of a Wetherspoons bar, if it is Wetherspoons it states clearly on the menu they are free range eggs, which surprised me, most places that do cheap meals use battery farmed eggs obviously because of price.


Lloyds is one of Wetherspoon's brands - used for their pubs which are distinctly different from normal Wetherspoon pubs in that they play music.
#20
Just to clarify it's 2 British free range eggs, 2 decent sized slices of wiltshire cured ham and mccain fries (quantity seems to vary from pub to pub and indeed day to day)
#21
Is the ham and eggs deal all day long? I'm pretty sure it's just a breakfast thing (up til midday). Glad to be proven wrong though.

For cheap-cheap food, I tend to go to Yates' which is a bit better.
banned#22
this deal is very good!
#23
Where is the ham from? Is it from battery pigs?
2 Likes #24
dazco
Where is the ham from? Is it from battery pigs?


Yeah, and have the chips been confined in a dark, underground space with no room to move for months on end?
#25
Come on, concern for the quality & welfarew of what you put in your mouth should be paramount, as it is directly linked to the overall taste & texture of the food produced.
Not to mention the fact that if it's forced food raised via bad practise (eg danish bacon) then folk quite rightfully should question it, it shouldn't be a squalid place raised beaten then an awful death,
respect your food & enjoy it more!
#26
cost me £3.10 in tewkesbury on monday
#27
Where is the ham from? What was the mineral quality of the soil used to grow the potato? What was the name of the chicken that laid the egg?

People - its £1.99...
3 Likes #28
MR GUS
Come on, concern for the quality & welfarew of what you put in your mouth should be paramount, as it is directly linked to the overall taste & texture of the food produced.
Not to mention the fact that if it's forced food raised via bad practise (eg danish bacon) then folk quite rightfully should question it, it shouldn't be a squalid place raised beaten then an awful death,
respect your food & enjoy it more!

That is a noble sentiment but for some people a two quid meal is a godsend and they cannot afford to question the parentage of the food.

It is two quid for heaven's sake, either eat it or don't. But any establishment supplying a two quid meal is to be applauded.

I hope when you seek out cheap clothing and electronic goods you are as sure to check the providence of the humans involved in production method.;)
1 Like #29
louiselouise
Is the ham and eggs deal all day long? I'm pretty sure it's just a breakfast thing (up til midday). Glad to be proven wrong though.

For cheap-cheap food, I tend to go to Yates' which is a bit better.


I ate mine at about 2030hrs - so i'm guessing all day long.
#30
Whats all this about battery eggs banned next year? Hope it isnt true!
2 Likes #31
Far too many of the corduroy trousers brigade on this post.

£1.99 food to go................HOT here:p
#32
Heated, great price!
1 Like #33
Going vote cold on this based on my local wetherspoon food quality, as ive tried the meal there and it's was a very poor quality meal myself and the other 2 people I was with left nearly all of the meal.

I'm not voting cold due to where products where from just based on its actual quality at my local ( Leigh ) just because it's £1.99 doesn't make it a good deal if it ain't worth eating does it :|
#34
Throttle
Going vote cold on this based on my local wetherspoon food quality, as ive tried the meal there and it's was a very poor quality meal myself and the other 2 people I was with left nearly all of the meal.

I'm not voting cold due to where products where from just based on its actual quality at my local ( Leigh ) just because it's £1.99 doesn't make it a good deal if it ain't worth eating does it :|


Uhhhh, don't go to wetherspoons then...

Have you actually tried this meal there, or are you rating this based on their 'beer and a burger' food quality?
#35
Despite everything on Wetherspoon's menus being identikit food that's supposed to be the same wherever you go, some pubs will somehow manage to mess it up and produce something that's worse than expected. Never underestimate the incompetence of low paid, unmotivated staff!

Of course, that's no different to eating anywhere else, so use logic.
#36
dazco
Where is the ham from? Is it from battery pigs?


Animals being killed for meat is one thing, being treated cruelly whilst alive to then just meet a death some of us find unethical, guess your immaturity thinks otherwise.

As said, battery farming ends in the EU fully next year, some countries have already banned it well ahead, deal with it.

Kids in a future generation will look at you dumbfounded in the knowledge that at one time such cruel farming practices took place.

The fact that Wetherspoons can provide such a cheap meal, and show concern now by serving their customers better quality and ethical eggs is fantastic.


Edited By: cicobuff on May 20, 2011 13:43
1 Like #37
cicobuff
dazco
Where is the ham from? Is it from battery pigs?


Animals being killed for meat is one thing, being treated cruelly whilst alive to then just meet a death some of us find unethical, guess your immaturity thinks otherwise.

As said, battery farming ends in the EU fully next year, some countries have already banned it well ahead, deal with it.

Kids in a future generation will look at you dumbfounded in the knowledge that at one time such cruel farming practices took place.

The fact that Wetherspoons can provide such a cheap meal, and show concern now by serving their customers better quality and ethical eggs is fantastic.



Noble sentiments in the wrong place - this is HUKD!
1 Like #38
Besford
Noble sentiments in the wrong place - this is HUKD!


There's never a wrong place for basic human decency - although I sometimes think if there was, it might be here. ;)
#39
Nice debate about the food but everybody seems to have missed the real bargain here - ale for £1.20 a pint. Is this true? My locall Wetherspoons never seem to go this low.
#40
marlovian
Nice debate about the food but everybody seems to have missed the real bargain here - ale for £1.20 a pint. Is this true? My locall Wetherspoons never seem to go this low.


I was the same mate. Never seen any drink in bar round here at that price. Even soft drinks/bottles of water are more expensive! Shame I hate Ale though...

As to everyone else, grow up a little and learn some tolerance please. It's pretty pathetic to see grown people acting like children.

Edited By: SixFeet on May 20, 2011 15:35

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