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Bar Cena, Burgess Hill

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user reviews of Bar Cena, Burgess Hill

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Jeffalan's opinion regarding not pleasing 'everyone' is his own,it's a good busy bar, with a good vibe,' good food, good service, 'everyone' should make their own mind up.
brighton1 - 25 Oct 2008 21:33
trying to hard to please everyone and not pleasing anyone - shame
jeffalan - 5 Oct 2008 14:25
No atmosphere and an extremely pretentious barmaid with black teeth. Full of chavs.
anonymous - 4 Jul 2008 13:38
Full of old dears during the day having cups of tea and coffee and a piece of cake whilst they wait for their buses as this place is right outside the bus stop.
But have eaten there recently twice and was very impressed by the friendly staff and the speed with which we got our food - they reognised that we were on our lunch break and didn't have loads of time to spare. Nice touch.
anonymous - 14 May 2007 21:59
Going down hill fast, if your looking for somewhere to eat on a Saturday lunch time make sure you have a spare hour, it takes that long to receive your meal.
anonymous - 25 Mar 2007 10:04
Great night on a sat great djs playin funky house
good vibe
anonymous - 2 Mar 2007 18:34
One of the best bars in the area, We visited on a Saturday and it was heaving. The overworked barstaff were very friendly and extremely helpful. GREAT!!!
anonymous - 29 Jan 2007 20:38
Further to previous comment on 24th Dec just realised was rather drunk and how pretentious it sounded, ho-hum! Bit miffed at time as used to like the vibe there, change of management prob meant change of policy. Still a shame though as used to be good as a chillout on weekday evenings sitting outside in a good central town location, and nice warm-up place at weekends. May go back - with a pair of brogues!!
anonymous - 9 Jan 2006 19:55
Have 2 agree with the point about trainers, used 2 go there myself and know the friendly barstaff but seems kinda silly to alienate potential customers due to type of trainer, I've been in there with brown trainers, maybe you need to jump in some puddles?! :o)
anonymous - 9 Jan 2006 19:48
Its not my cup of tea this place but I have always found it cheerful inside. Feels like it is meant for the under 25's but thats ok.
Dont understand the previous comment. So what if you have a 250000k house. Big deal. If they dont want your sort of footwear, tough. Change the footwear or go somewhere else.
raveydavey - 4 Jan 2006 00:52
Although being a previous customer of this establishment, myself and my associates were refused entry on 23rd December due to "white" trainers being worn. The door staff were friendly but I was shocked as a local businessman and father of 2 and also an owner of a 250,000 house to be refused entry to a half empty bar due to the colour of trainers being worn. Very disappointed and will not visit this place again despite being a regular customer before.
anonymous - 24 Dec 2005 01:10

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