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Abraham Darby

Merry Hill Centre
Merry Hill
Brierley Hill
West Midlands

 

During a recent shopping trip to the Merry Hill Centre in Dudley I popped into the Abraham Darby, owned by Wetherspoon, for a quick drink and a snack to eat.

 

I opted for the Vegetarian Panini which was supposed to be Mature Cheddar Cheese and Tomato Club and which was priced at £ 4.09.

 

When it arrived, together with a bit of side salad and when I had my first bite out of it and couldn’t taste any cheese or tomato I opened it up to have a closer look at it.

 

What a surprise!

 

The tomato was a slice not thicker than 2 milimeters and the Mature Cheddar Cheese must have been brushed on whilst it was melted as there was no sign of it; it just looked like a buttered piece of bread with a red circle in the middle.

 

It was the most skimpy and meagre Panini I ever had and most certainly not worth £ 4.09, a Pound would have been too much.

 

I realise that times are hard at the moment and pubs are suffering in line with the retail trade but this Panini was an insult and I most certainly will never have another bite to eat in any of the Wetherspoon pubs if that’s the best they can offer and I would urge all the visitors to this website to do likewise.

 

This meal was simply a rip-off. Go elsewhere if you want value for money or have a look at it before you eat it and send it back and ask for your money back

 

Grilled paninis each £4.09

Mature Cheddar Cheese and Tomato Club

 

Just a reminder of the claim

Wetherspoon make about their food

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Wetherspoon helped to transform the pub world in the 1980s by introducing food served all day.

Since then, Wetherspoon has steadily built a reputation for great food, so much so that it is recognised today as much for its food as for its great drinks quality and brands.

 


 

 

 

This is just a picture to remind you what a Cheddar Cheese & Tomato Panini should look like

 

 

 

 

 

 

( You won't find one like this in Wetherspoon )

 

 

 

 

 

The recent Food Hygiene Inspection by Dudley Council found the standard of food to be poor as per the rating below

Scores on the Doors - Food Hygiene Inspections - Details

 

Trading Name / Address:     The Abraham Darby, Times Square Avenue,                                                     Merry Hill Centre, Brierley Hill, West Midlands,                                                                                  DY5 1SY

Type of Premises: Pub/Club

Rating Description: Poor, Improvements required.

Hygiene & Safety Compliance: Standards being maintained or improved

Cleanliness and Standard of Facility: More effort required

Confidence in Management: Satisfactory

Date of inspection: 09/04/2008

 

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