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Frankie and Bennys vs TGI fridays ????

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Hi all i am a bit stuck here, its my 6 yr olds birthday on saturday and we want to take her somewhere nice for her tea with her 7yr old sister, she loves frankies but i thought we might try TGi's as i… Read More
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Hi all i am a bit stuck here, its my 6 yr olds birthday on saturday and we want to take her somewhere nice for her tea with her 7yr old sister, she loves frankies but i thought we might try TGi's as it always strikes me as nicer
What are your thoughts ???
Shall we do a poll and the winning place we shall go ??
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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1 Like #1
Frankie and Bennys - tbh if she loves F&B why go elsewhere?
#2
Frankie & Bennys
1 Like #3
Well we did a 21st party at Frankie and Bennys and it was great with superb service good prices and a good party atmosphere plus the lights are lowered and music is played when the bring out the cake that we supplied.:)
1 Like #4
Bad idea, if you take her to TGI's and she hates it you will kick yourself.

Try TGi's another time, don't risk ruining her Birthday.
banned 1 Like #5
I prefer F+B's.
#6
TGI's....it is a bit more expensive than F&B's but the adult meals are better.

Plus register birthday on website and they email you some freebies
http://www.tgigreattimes.co.uk/register.phtml
#7
think your right about tgi's being bad on her birthday i would feel awful and yes she does love frankies so why break the mould ??
frankies winning i think
1 Like #8
think
TGI's....it is a bit more expensive than F&B's but the adult meals are better.

Plus register birthday on website and they email you some freebies
http://www.tgigreattimes.co.uk/register.phtml



Like Chipsticks said, its the kids birthday so surely its not worth ruining that to make sure the adults get a better meal?

Theres nothing much to complain about with F&B's anyway, adult meals are brill imo.
banned#9
Maybe try a local independent restaurant? They could do with your custom more.
#10
h&r given to ya'all xxx
#11
Went to F&B's for the wifes birthday. Never again. In the (probable) words of Gordon Ramsey 'The food here is ****, not fit for a dog'. No helpful I know, but can't see why people think the food is actually good. Bet the KFC over the road was better.
banned#12
Shengis
Went to F&B's for the wifes birthday. Never again. In the (probable) words of Gordon Ramsey 'The food here is ****, not fit for a dog'. No helpful I know, but can't see why people think the food is actually good. Bet the KFC over the road was better.


What did you have and what was so bad about it?
#13
both are crap, both have chiefs with 0 GCSEs and 0 cooking abilities

brb microwaving all your food.
#14
black gerbil1
both are crap, both have chiefs with 0 GCSEs and 0 cooking abilities

brb microwaving all your food.
#15
black gerbil1
both are crap, both have waiters with 0 GCSEs and 0 cooking abilities

brb microwaving all your food.


But i bet they don't wear long johns:roll:
#16
master_chief
What did you have and what was so bad about it?


A couple of us had chicken that was dried out like a lump of cardboard. A few more had vegetables that were as hard as cannon balls, they literally flew off the plate when spiked with a fork :lol: All in all, not impressed. We did complain and the manager (I assume it was the manager) agreed they were underdone. Maybe I was expecting too much that they employ people that can cook?
#17
[email protected]

Is that an Indian chief !!!
banned#18
Shengis
A couple of us had chicken that was dried out like a lump of cardboard. A few more had vegetables that were as hard as cannon balls, they literally flew off the plate when spiked with a fork :lol: All in all, not impressed. We did complain and the manager (I assume it was the manager) agreed they were underdone. Maybe I was expecting too much that they employ people that can cook?


I've always enjoyed it there but I've never ordered vegetables or chicken. Could have been a one of bad experience?

I like eating at proper restaurants more and always encourage people to go to them rather than go to a chain restaurant for a special occasion. I go to F&Bs before the cinema as this is where they're nearly always positioned, and for that purpose it is really good (and for kids)
#19
Hi OP my son also has a birthday on Saturday (11). We are taking him and 8 of his friends (god help us) to Pizza Hut .................using the 50% voucher thanks to this site!!! Massive saving - done the same thing last year too lol
#20
Nandos
#21
bossyboots
Hi OP my son also has a birthday on Saturday (11). We are taking him and 8 of his friends (god help us) to Pizza Hut .................using the 50% voucher thanks to this site!!! Massive saving - done the same thing last year too lol


i thought the pizza hut voucher was for sun-thurs only though
#22
twoangels
i thought the pizza hut voucher was for sun-thurs only though


It is,hope they are going on the Sunday:w00t:
#23
twoangels
i thought the pizza hut voucher was for sun-thurs only though


deb8z
It is,hope they are going on the Sunday:w00t:


oh **** **** **** **** **** !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! so it is!!! oh well its gonna be MacDonalds then lol. We are taking them to Xscape beforehand and thats costing us nearly £200 so we were happy thinking at least we are getting the meal half price............................no way !
1 Like #24
Frankie and Bennys gets my vote, but regardless of that I would of said go with the place you know she likes and try the other one some other time
#25
Well frankie and bennys it is then......:thumbsup:
#27
choc1969
Nandos

om nom nom
#28
and i prefer overpriced TGIs..but if its her birthday stick to what she likes!

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