Attractively designed bar with decent pub grub that comes in large portions. I have visited twice in the last month & will return.
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I have been recent to the Duke of York for breakfast and dinner. (not on the same day, don't worry). They have a great menu and variety and the food is fantastic. (I'd recommend the big breakfast!!) Staff are very attentive and friendly. Will be...More
Went on a very busy Sunday and couldn't be more impressed. Greeted and seated straight away. I liked the service which was very good. Now the food I had the mega mix Sunday roast my wife had the lamb. The lamb was so tender and...More
Didn’t like the food here at all, we only ordered a few starters and they was all bad, garlic ciabatta with cheese hard and old, onion rings are full of old oil all dripping out of them when you bite them, some chips that was...More
I held my sons 1st birthday at this venue (40+ people) - food was fantastic and was the service. The team were unbelievably helpful and made our party very special.
Due to circumstances I resided for the day in the Duke of York, Billericay. In some pubs and coffee houses this would be a punishment, but not so in the Duke of York. And that’s probably also proven by the constant flow of people coming...More
We took a gamble and came here for Sunday lunch. Hadn’t booked a table but the staff were very accommodating and offered us a table near the bar, as they had explained that the restaurant was fully booked. The food was delicious and everything very...More
Yet again we have been let down. Went to the Duke of York on Sunday but after waiting 45 mins for our starter we were not impressed. The roast beef was quite tough and no alternative was offered. The restaurant was emptying by the time...More
Extremely and painful slow. 3 hours later and didn't even have 3 courses. Staff were pretty miserable. Next to my seat was the waitress till area. I heard a few times the lady say 'f$$k sake'..not what I want to hear with my Sunday dinner....More