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TAYBARNS THE ULTIMATE ALL YOU CAN EAT EXPERIENCE FROM AS LITTLE AS £5.99 PER ADULT OR OVER 60'S £3.99

£5.99 @ Taybarns
So here it is! The Ultimate Eatery has arrived. An all-you-can-eat experience offering amazing value, choice and convenience. Our famous 34 metre food counter displays freshly-baked pizza straight fro… Read More
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So here it is! The Ultimate Eatery has arrived. An all-you-can-eat experience offering amazing value, choice and convenience. Our famous 34 metre food counter displays freshly-baked pizza straight from our pizza ovens, Chinese dishes cooked in woks, freshly cooked joints of meat for a proper Sunday roast with all the trimmings in the carvery section, delicious rotisserie chickens you can see being roasted in the rotisserie oven, plus tasty pastas. Crisp, healthy salads at the salad section and lots of indulgent puds! The foods we all love, all in a row, all cooked freshly in front of you by our chefs, and not forgetting our 'help yourself' drinks dispensers and delicious ice cream machines - all for one simple low price and all under one roof
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#1
Kids under 10 £3.99 all day everyday.We go at least once a month and the kids love it!
#2
all up north nothing for us southerners, not voting as its still a good deal tho.
#3
my bro swears by it-goes to the wigan one...they use it for family get-togethers cos its cheap and im told the variety of food is amazing..something to suit everyone.

and katya it makes a change as so many things are just down south..
#4
Sounds good, I'll give it a try.
Thanks for the post.
Have some heat.
#5
There is one in Swansea - ok for the money but a bit canteen like for me.
#6
thanks for this, there is one about 6 miles from me and near to parents and brother so a good place we can meet up and please everyone foodwise
corinne
#7
BabySmurfette
There is one in Swansea - ok for the money but a bit canteen like for me.


Have to agree. Went a few times after it opened, but then the novelty wore off. Plus it used to be a lot cheaper, havent visited since they increased the prices. Especially because they expect us to pay £3.99 for DS 2 1/2 who probably wouldnt even eat one plateful, certainly wouldnt eat as much as most children nearer the age of 10 so its very unfair.

Wont vote as its not my cup-of-tea but others 'may' enjoy :thumbsup:
#8
Was there last night. Its ok as far as cheap eating goes.
Negatives - Food can be a little bland
Drinkis not cheap.

Positives
Good variety of dishes
Constantly changing
Really nice deserts.
1 Like #9
food can be bland and cold reminds me of a cheep all inclusive hotel restaurant, not much fun when you got to go chasing cutlery when the stations are empty, plus they don't clear tables quick enough, wouldn't go again if it was free!!!!!!!!!:-(:-(
#10
the one in wigan was really good for the first few months and the staff were nice but in the past 2 times we went the food was distgusting ,the food was burnt,the plates hadnt been washed i had to look threw 5 plates before i could find a clean one the cuttlery also wasnt cleaned properly..theyve also taken away the ice cream factory and sweet factory..the food selection has changed and not for the better chinese food was gone instead it was mexican food which tasted horrible and all looked the same..and you used to be able to stay in as long as you wanted but thats all changed after a hour they ask you too leave i asked why once and they said it was because they were getting some people come in first thing they opened ,paid once and never left until they closed so now if there busy after a hour you get asked to leave...

were not returning after the past few times instead theres a new asian buffet place opened up in the town center near primark which is much much better you stay as long as you want,the staff are nice ,the food is amazing and if you go before 6pm its only 5.99 after its 7.99 but you get a few more things to try out such as steaks and more fish .
#11
Only problem with this place is some people who go are revolting and probably normally eat from a trough. Not a place for a special meal.
1 Like #12
jimswansea
Only problem with this place is some people who go are revolting and probably normally eat from a trough. Not a place for a special meal.


Cracking date you must be if you want a special meal for £5.99!
Good spot op.
#13
sheba
food can be bland and cold reminds me of a cheep all inclusive hotel restaurant, not much fun when you got to go chasing cutlery when the stations are empty, plus they don't clear tables quick enough, wouldn't go again if it was free!!!!!!!!!:-(:-(


AS katya1971 said, Taybarns aims to provide a 'home from home' experience for Northerners - and I'm guessing that you hail from down South.

Trivia Fact: The expression "Born in a barn" was derived from the Taybarns eating experience ;-)

:whistling:
#14
Beware... the prices change to £7.99 at 5pm... and they have their own "special clock" which is about 5 minutes fast... ended up in a blazing row last time I went (and haven't been back since)... must have argued with spotty faced manager (about 12 years old) for 5 minutes then left... drove to Franky and Benny's (about 3 minutes away and arrived as the 5 O'Clock news started on the radio... run by idiots with no customer service skills at all... food was OK the previous time I went though!
#15
eglons
.. run by idiots with no customer service skills at all..!


Sounds like the SportsDirect staff are moonlighting there :w00t:
#16
it aint bad, but you generally get what you pay for with eating out,
#17
We all go to the one in walsgrave, but it's been there around a year now with this price aswel, didn't no it's a deal when it's constant price?
#18
MattOsprey
Cracking date you must be if you want a special meal for £5.99!
Good spot op.


LOL LOL and LOL, what on earth do people expect for this money? A 5 course a la carte menu??? Places like this are perfect to go for a quick lunch or tea with friends or something like that. If you want a 'special meal', go to one of gordon ramsays restaurants or something. jees
#19
closest one for me is 19.6 miles... would be nice to try one time

good find though.

ahleung
#20
*katie*;7603898
We all go to the one in walsgrave, but it's been there around a year now with this price aswel, didn't no it's a deal when it's constant price?


Hey Katie is that one any good? We always go Nando's or somewher else, so not been here before.... Cheers.
#21
Bargain, but nowhere near me. Voted hot for anyone who leaves close by.
#22
Never been to one but wouldn't mind trying it out. Can't help thinking there a "Jack of all trades" and the food quality is going to be poor.
#23
it's not clear from the title.............. is it £3.99 for people over 60 years of age or 60 stone :-)


i ate in the one in swansea and a lot of people took up two chairs............................ not a great experience for me
#24
Taybarns is good value, but don't go expecting the finest quality. I would say it is pub food quality or perhaps a bit better. It certainly puts the prices of pub meals into perspective when you can eat all you want here and you get charged £6 - 9 for a plate of food in a pub.

Unlimited refills on soft drinks as well.
#25
What a vulgar place.
#26
eglons
Beware... the prices change to £7.99 at 5pm... and they have their own "special clock" which is about 5 minutes fast... ended up in a blazing row last time I went (and haven't been back since)... must have argued with spotty faced manager (about 12 years old) for 5 minutes then left... drove to Franky and Benny's (about 3 minutes away and arrived as the 5 O'Clock news started on the radio... run by idiots with no customer service skills at all... food was OK the previous time I went though!


Really annoys the chuff out of me when people bring age into it. It shouldn't matter if the manager is 16 or 60. They are either good or bad.

You were young and must have had spots once! :x
#27
been to the barnsley one a few times...

was great the first couple of time but not anymore...pretty bland boring choice and full of the local clampits who have to pile the plate
as high as possible even though u can go back as many times as u want..
#28
We have one in swansea as previously said, its very cheap it always is but the people that generally eat here are a complete mess. Its actually a complete put off eating in a place like that, good deal if you can stomach it though.
#29
Voted lukewarm, because it doesn't seem to be a "deal"....it's just "the price"
#30
its ok but from my experience.....

carvery and rotisserie tend to be good
chinese style is probably best avoided, its nothing on a proper chinese
grill stuff always tends to be a bit cold

great or noisy family meal, but def not anywhere id go for a quiet meal, always rammed and full of "big eaters" and people who an only afford to eat once a week
#31
katya1971
all up north nothing for us southerners, not voting as its still a good deal tho.


There's one in Coventry which is firmly in the Midlands.
Not North.
Or South.

MIDlands ;)
#32
I like this place, great food and plenty of it

absolutely love the burgers and hot dogs
#33
Went here once,the food would have been more suited to a trough.
#34
Dr Zoidberg
There's one in Coventry which is firmly in the Midlands.
Not North.
Or South.

MIDlands ;)


Coventry Taybarn's not a bad one if you can get there weekdays just after it opens.

Each to their own but we drive the 10 miles or so from Rugby with relatives and friends as it has all sorts of different food to please all and not bad quality at all. Unlimited soft drinks and deserts too! Decent selection if you're not after a Michelin star restaurant.

Most of its cooked in front of you so unlikely the 'chef' is spitting in it, sometimes when its not busy then some of the food get s a little past it, so if you go when its a little busier then the turnover and therefore quality seems to improve.

My father went to the one in Newcastle Under Lyme (North Staffordshire) and said it was completely different as far as quality/ standards are concerned. Coventry was a great experience for him and told friends and then took someone to the Newcastle one and it was full of hyperactive kids, scummys and a total mess everywhere and food was poor quality (BTW I'm originally from there so can safely say there are decent people there too so no offence intended to the locals!) .

All depends on who's running it, the location and time of day. Can get bad and good experiences but worth a shout. As others have said though, this isn't a deal as its always this price. Good fun when you first experience it though and get to try loads of different food without feeling guilty of having to eat it even if you don't like it.
#35
Dr Zoidberg
There's one in Coventry which is firmly in the Midlands.
Not North.
Or South.

MIDlands ;)


yeah, but you should know how poor southerners' geography skills are: north is anywhere above the m4! :-D
#36
gibbajabba
Went here once,the food would have been more suited to a trough.


Hmm, tad exaggeration there me thinks! :? Which one did you actually go to?
#37
My nearest is 218 miles away.

I'll stick to bargain buckets for now.
#38
Have to agree that value is amazing but experience is poor. U seem to see lots of very large families with loads of children, and people still seem to pile their plates even though the food is never going to run out!!
P:)
#39
Yuck food. Not a food snob by any means but went once, never again. Lukewarm because you could fill a bag and at least give it to the dog.
#40
t1gerwoods
it's not clear from the title.............. is it £3.99 for people over 60 years of age or 60 stone :-)


i ate in the one in swansea and a lot of people took up two chairs............................ not a great experience for me


apparently the government is planning to ban offers of 'all you can eat', citing anti-social behaviour as the main reason. allegedly, people were even seen to be trying to eat each other, they were so worried the food might run out, or not be topped-up quickly enough.....

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