Free super sundae when sign up with hungry horse
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Free super sundae when sign up with hungry horse

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Found 5th Apr 2014
Sign up with hungry horse to get a super sundae for free

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Just making you aware, but even though the conditions say one voucher per person, some restaurants (pubs) won't take more than one per bill... hungry horse lost several customers that day for not honouring their own terms and conditions.

I didn't mind the actual meal we had there, cheap and cheerful.... it was just the staff's attitude we didn't like when I was trying to point out the terms and conditions. So be warned.
Edited by: "paddy.stone" 5th Apr 2014

Depends who you get & how much they care... our local is very hit & miss both on food & service

Thanks

I have to agree with the comments already posted here, as a warning to those thinking of using this offer.

When I signed up, I had never visited a Hungry Horse before, but knew there was one near the cinema. So I arranged with a friend to eat there first - and my friend also signed up to the offer.

When I presented our two vouchers, at the main counter, the waitress treated them like they had an infectious disease. She refused to deal with them, and pressed them onto another member of staff, saying she 'didn't know what to do with them'. The pair of them resumed their comfortable little chat, leaving me fuming and embarrassed, stood at the bar counter. Eventually they passed the vouchers through a door, to 'the manager'.

I waited some more. I pointed out that my friend and I were seeing a film, and were running out of time to eat the dessert, whenever it arrived. I was told the manager would be "two minutes".

Ten minutes later (and a good 25 minutes after I presented the vouchers) a third waitress came out and finally said, yes, they would honour them, what would we like? I complained about the wait and said we would have to leave in 10 minutes to see the film.

By the time the darn sundaes finally materialised, I was too stressed and upset to eat mine.

I thought about a written complaint, but then looked around me. The Hungry Horse is just a bog standard pub that does food. The tables are bare, the cutlery is greasy and comes served in a tin bucket, the food is tasteless high-calorie junk. Why would I complain? They would only offer me another chance to eat there again... and that I WON'T be doing.

If you can put up with fruit machines and gaming machines all around you, and bits of food on the floor, and dozy, unwilling, sullen teenagers as waiting staff, and you don't mind eating crap food - by all means, go and get your free ice cream.

But don't be surprised if, by the time you get it, you are as put off as I was.

Why are ppl so harsh. We happened to pop into the Exmouth one the other day when down there for a walk and it started to rain. Service and staff, were brilliant. It was clean and tidy. Wide choice on the menu. Kids menu was a good price. It came out hot, tasted lovely, and would def eat there again. At the end of the day, its obvious its a pub you grab a bite to eat in, not a place to have a nice, romantic meal.

nikk871

Why are ppl so harsh. We happened to pop into the Exmouth one the other … Why are ppl so harsh. We happened to pop into the Exmouth one the other day when down there for a walk and it started to rain. Service and staff, were brilliant. It was clean and tidy. Wide choice on the menu. Kids menu was a good price. It came out hot, tasted lovely, and would def eat there again. At the end of the day, its obvious its a pub you grab a bite to eat in, not a place to have a nice, romantic meal.


I worked there and they microwaved everything even the steaks... you get what you pay for. ....

We popped into the castleford once recently, not overly busy on the day but the staff really mismanaged, they were putting people on tables too big for the party size, so a 2 person on a table to seat 6 and then cramming a party of 5 onto a table to seat 4. They gave us the little buzzer rectangles that seem to be popular, advised us of a wait of twenty minutes, called us in nearly fifty minutes later and then the food that came out was horrible. I've never had chicken be so chewy and just tasteless. was an incredible waste of money with better service and food at McDonalds or KFC.

wow all the negative comments! I've never had a problem with the food, waiting time or the staff.. brilliant for little kids too

Well the negative comments come from negative experience I suppose. I was just being honest in my visit to the place. Their are plenty of other pubs with better value and quality food around

nice deal

Can't fault our local - The Seagull, in Portchester. Always clean & welcoming, food is always tasty and well presented, the kids enjoy it there too.

Hungry Horse are great for a slap up pub meal, it's true that you get what you pay for - but you haven't paid for gourmet food, so don't expect it.

My local's the Seagull too, gotta agree it's really great service there - I guess it's hit and miss depending on where you go etc. but I've never had a problem with them really, cheap and cheerful

I usually don't have a bad experience in my local hungry horse.

When i completed the Man vs Burrito challenge, they refunded my meal and got a free pint (with a a voucher for any big plate).

Admittedly, the drinks are a bit rubbish, especially the ales; taste like watered down milk, but the food more than makes up for it.

I like our two local ones. You get what you pay for. Healthy choices for kids, decent food, kids get to watch cbeebies then play on slide, I get five minutes followed by a very nice slice of mars attack cake. Who doesn't microwave food? weatherspoons hungry horse all affordable places. Thank you very much for the free sundae and a free meal for refering someone, something for nothing whats to complain about.

mandy miller

I have to agree with the comments already posted here, as a warning to … I have to agree with the comments already posted here, as a warning to those thinking of using this offer.When I signed up, I had never visited a Hungry Horse before, but knew there was one near the cinema. So I arranged with a friend to eat there first - and my friend also signed up to the offer.When I presented our two vouchers, at the main counter, the waitress treated them like they had an infectious disease. She refused to deal with them, and pressed them onto another member of staff, saying she 'didn't know what to do with them'. The pair of them resumed their comfortable little chat, leaving me fuming and embarrassed, stood at the bar counter. Eventually they passed the vouchers through a door, to 'the manager'. I waited some more. I pointed out that my friend and I were seeing a film, and were running out of time to eat the dessert, whenever it arrived. I was told the manager would be "two minutes".Ten minutes later (and a good 25 minutes after I presented the vouchers) a third waitress came out and finally said, yes, they would honour them, what would we like? I complained about the wait and said we would have to leave in 10 minutes to see the film. By the time the darn sundaes finally materialised, I was too stressed and upset to eat mine.I thought about a written complaint, but then looked around me. The Hungry Horse is just a bog standard pub that does food. The tables are bare, the cutlery is greasy and comes served in a tin bucket, the food is tasteless high-calorie junk. Why would I complain? They would only offer me another chance to eat there again... and that I WON'T be doing.If you can put up with fruit machines and gaming machines all around you, and bits of food on the floor, and dozy, unwilling, sullen teenagers as waiting staff, and you don't mind eating crap food - by all means, go and get your free ice cream.But don't be surprised if, by the time you get it, you are as put off as I was.



You need to sort yourself out you snob.

Gambling machines in a pub? Oh the horror!

I actually laughed when I read that you were too upset to eat ice cream.

Lol.
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