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163 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Dimmi Score

8.1
163 reviews
Recommended
(8.4)
Food
(8.2)
Service
(8.3)
Value for money
(7.5)
Atmosphere
(7.9)

dined on Sun, 24 Sep 2017

(5)
Been here a few times before Service and food not like previous visits Will have to fine a new Spanish restaurant

dined on Thu, 21 Sep 2017

(8)
Good Spanish food as always - never disappoints.

dined on Thu, 21 Sep 2017

(8)
Menu has changed in the last two months which is a bit disappointing

dined on Sun, 17 Sep 2017

(8)
Authentic old school Spanish food. Loved the paella, I would past on the steak. Tasty jamon.
Debra

dined on Thu, 7 Sep 2017

(2)
Went with a group of six. Very slow service all night. Annoying as it was a quiet night. Wouldn't go back as there are plenty of places around that are much better. Very dissatisfied.
GINA

dined on Sun, 3 Sep 2017

(10)
Fantastic Spanish

dined on Sun, 3 Sep 2017

(9)
Delicious food that the whole family enjoyed. Nice casual, unpretentious atmosphere and great beers on tap!

dined on Sat, 2 Sep 2017

(9)
Paella is a must try, beef short ribs are delicious too!

dined on Fri, 25 Aug 2017

(9)
We want to be able to have a decent chair. not a stool as we were offered. I have a bad back and CANNOT site on those high chairs. We were given a table but told to be out of there by 8pm.. we had only arrived at 6.30pm
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About Robert Burns Hotel

Crazy for croquetas ‘Robbie Burns’ as she’s known to locals is a much-loved pub for traditional Spanish fare - despite the very Scottish name. The focus here is on authentic Spanish food, with something a bit different from your traditional favourites available too. The authenticity flows right through to staff on the floor, with many waiters/waitresses savvy Spaniards themselves, all experienced in hospitality and passionate about their culture. So if you’re in the mood for croquetas, quesos, paella, gambas, jamón Iberico, house made chorizo and so much more check out good old Robbie Burns. There’s a front bar for tapas only, a communal table behind the bar for groups or just a bevi, main dining area out the back and in the courtyard, plus an upstairs area that can be used for function, or when the place is chock a block...which is often. Best dish: Chorizo casero sobre compota de manzana- Robbie Burns homemade chorizo with thyme and apple compote

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