33 Peel St N, Ballarat Central VIC 3350, Australia
Visit Robin Hood Hotel in Ballarat Central, Victoria. This venue has an average rating of 4 out of 773 reviews, with the latest ratings ranging from 1 to 5. It appears there are mixed reviews for the Robin Hood Hotel.
I was there tonight and used a senoir card for my meal 1st time as I've just turned 60. What I got was a portion size meal for a 5yr old child, or 90 yr old on their death bed !!! A 1/4 of a schnitzel!! 2florets of broccoli ,one of cauliflower, a tblespn of mash and a little gravy.Seriously ???? Never again... very disappointing. . I Should be been told they were tiny !!!!!
Great pub, awesome meals for mum's birthday. Fab friendly staff looked after succeeded expectations. One to try for sure.
Fantastic food and service. Don't go near the play ground. . Some real potential for serious injury in that place. Clear rules written on door that a parent must supervise however this is not enforced or even monitored. Feral kids charging into other younger kids, kids in their teens mouthing off to others, meanwhile all parents dine oblivious to whats happening. More so an issue with parenting than an issue with the restaurant however it should be monitored more closely before a serious injury occurs. We ended up leaving due to this.
Amazing food, amazing atmosphere and an even more amazing playground for the kids. Definitely a family fun venue.
The meals were nice and service was good. Our only concern was the playground. There were older kids being extremely rough. I copped a hit to the head and my kids were too scared to play. While staff can't be expected to supervise children, it would be good if they could check in every now and then in case parents need to be reminded to monitor their children's behaviour. It was quite dangerous.
Really nice quiet place for a meal or drink. Very clean venue with friendly and helpful staff. CC on tap??'?
Customers expected to line up for 25 to 30 minutes to get service, like herded cattle, and then wait an hour and a half for food to come. My plate apparently had food on it, but it was hidden under a thick layer of oil. I fail to see how any of the staff were being covid safe too. Terrible experience all round.
This Hotel, which my eldest son recommended, was a pleasant surprise. Food was excellent and so were the prices. Didn't have my V.B on tap but otherwise a good range. Thursday night is a good time to visit as you buy one get another schnitzel for $5; there's more than 30 varieties to try, by the way.
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