First time in S106/7 yesterday. Along with the bright floodlights the toilets were to few and the concession to small and busy. As a new roader I thought the time had past for waiting all half time for a beer. Back to N stand for me or try W when next cup game
S106 is the punishment block I think. Pleased to be out.First time in S106/7 yesterday. Along with the bright floodlights the toilets were to few and the concession to small and busy. As a new roader I thought the time had past for waiting all half time for a beer. Back to N stand for me or try W when next cup game
Reminds me of the retro themed 40th I went to where the caterers provided childhood food favourites. I asked the teenaged server what flavour Angel Delight they had. She looked doubtful and hazarded “Butternut Squash?” Best not to make assumptions about product knowledge!I can understand the confusion here.
I doubt that they have any idea who brews London Pride.
Agree with this one. You can get hot dog/pizza at the 'Family area' in the North Stand but I don't see why they don't do chips/fries as well..Not one to really complain but absolutely limited options for kids. I brought some snacks for my daughter from home. Some fries/ chips would be handy (but just got kids).
We've just been held to a draw by Liverpool in an enthralling football match. I'm just wondering how many people missed a single minute of the action because they needed to get to the bar early or to have a snack.
Saw one of those £4.50 sausage rolls before the game, piddly little thing, and I know a piddly little sausage when I see one sadly
Unreal that people pay that much, my local shop do a similarly sized one for £1, without what appeared to be mouse sh*t on top as well.
Those burgers are ace.I had the chicken burger on Saturday. The chicken was very nice, tasty KFC type batter and moist, well cooked chicken at a decent temperature. The spicy slaw was also good, though having heard reports of dryness I did add ketchup (handily available free at the till). The bun looked decent, more brioche than cheapo sesame, but a slightly odd crumbly/crispy texture, possibly from having been frozen and then heated/kept warm. Not cheap at £6 but better quality than a GP horseburger.
As a diabetic I didn’t miss the option of chips (which I’d probably not have resisted and then regretted when testing my blood sugar before the drive home) and it was good for me to leave a bit of the bun.
As an aside, the takeaway burgers being sold at the Express looked very good (£6.50 I think but I didn’t linger to check out properly as I wanted to get in the ground in good time for kick off).
No coat can you post my other post comment onto this thread please
Posted by nanny on other thread
Just wondering what your take is on the services being provided, slow service, are you happy with poncey food selection or inept staff behind the bars two members to serve one punter ? Or only one bottle opener in the dug out bar . Hopefully by raising the gripes they mr levy company can work to sort them out .I haven’t seen the clubs results of a survey carried out socan’t praise the club for forward thinking”
This covers it:Still none the wiser what “ they mr levy company” is and how it can help.
At Wolves and now Wet Spam despite hving an indentical caterer both times we were able to get our hands on a chicken balti that we are yet to have available to purchase at BCS in S106 despite it being listed on the "menu"Same caterer today at West Ham...but another 50p on pie and hot drink prices. Identikit catering at multiple stadiums is rather disappointing as used to enjoy sampling different fare around the country.
Hopefully the offering will change occasionally. Pie and sausage rolls is probably high margin but a long way from the innovative offerings we were suggested might be on offer.
Also, and slightly off topic, the hot dogs were hidden away at West Ham and not seen until we were on our way into the bowl, pie in hands.