Recensioner för Dukes Head Billericay

4.0
(baserat på 58 recensioner)
Laindon Common Road Little Burstead, Billericay, East of England, CM12 9TA
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  • Av Hannah L från Billericay
    4 november 2020

    Lovely food and great service.

  • Av Jackie S från Essex
    18 oktober 2020

    Lovely pub restaurant, excellent service and meal served quick. Had delicious Sunday roast and will happily go back again. Considering Covid 19 measures in place had a lovely afternoon.

  • Av Belinda V från Langdon Hills
    7 oktober 2020

    Lovely staff and beautiful Birthday plate!

  • Av Karen R från Billericay
    6 oktober 2019

    Lovely meal every time we visit

  • Av Keith E från Basildon
    3 augusti 2019

    Very very good, all of our group where impressed by our waitress for the evening

  • Av Gill B från London
    17 februari 2019

    Quite disappointed that we were not informed that there were no roast dinners available until after we had sat down and bought a round of drinks. Service was slow between courses and twice was forgotten after ordering more drinks.

  • Av Carol N från Wickford
    1 december 2018

    We had a lovely meal. 2 people had the belly of pork, which they tell me was delicious. I had the prawn, crab and chorizo languine which was lovely but could have had some more crab and prawns in to give it a 10/10. The other person had the burger. The restaurant was busy, which was nice to see but when we started with our garlic pizza bread to share, our starters came up and one person hadn’t finished the garlic bread. Felt s bit rushed. The rest of the meal was fine.

  • Av Frank G från Brentwood
    14 oktober 2018

    Location, service, food and drink all good.

  • Av Stephen W från Romford
    13 juli 2018

    Table ready as booked. Food and service excellent.

  • Av Robert B från Basildon
    31 maj 2018

    As usual the food was very good. However, my wife and I are now in our early seventies and we are becoming increasingly unhappy at being referred to by waiting staff, most of whom are probably young enough to be our grandchildren, as "You Guys" and on paying the bill as "Thank you darling". Surely it is not beyond the wit of man to train the staff just to ask a question or offer thanks without using any form of address, which would be far more polite and not involve the use of Sir or Madam which, I suspect, is the real reason for the practice.