The Amsterdam, Shoreham By Sea - pub details
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other pubs nearby:
Red Lion Inn, Shoreham by Sea (0.1 miles), Swiss Cottage, Shoreham by Sea (0.3 miles), Piston Broke, Shoreham by Sea (0.6 miles), Bridge Inn, Shoreham by Sea (0.6 miles), High Street Bar, Shoreham By Sea (0.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|12 of use went here for a meal we had to wait 25 minutes for someone to come and take our order even though they were not busy|
when the starters arrived the soup was like pepperey water and the other starters were small for the price of them
the main course was better but still on the small side for what they cost
the afters were ok still pricey for the size of them
we were also sat by the toilet door / exit so people were pushing behind us to reach the toilet and exit
but on a good note the waiting staff were friendly and helpful
greenparrot - 14 Nov 2010 16:08
|Seven of us went for a meal thier last night. We could only find 2 small things wrong. One of the guys had the Deep Fried Brie as a starter and he said one of the pieces could have done with being cooked a little longer. The second thing was my chicken was just a little over cooked.|
Beer well kept but a little pricey 7/10
I must say that it was not a busy night so things could have been different but I am willing to give the place another go.
regg3y - 20 Oct 2010 08:31
|Tried to eat here once, stayed for about 10 minutes, no service. Times may of changed...|
Passing_By - 11 Jul 2010 18:28
|Goodness me Looi you don't eat out much do you. This place is hopeless. The second wost food in the town (after the Swiss Cottage). Actually no, I think this is worse. |
Note to chef - Swordfish does not taste right with the Rosemary sauce you use for the lamb!
Hopeless. What a waste of a beautiful building and good location. No wonder the Red Lion can get away with charging what they do.
robbyc0 - 15 Feb 2010 09:36
|I am absolutely surprised by the negative comments from some of the reviewers here. I have now been frequenting the Amsterdam since ~1999. I have always found the service, general manager exceptionally polite. Amsterdam do support its local community by recruiting from local children seeking part time position and occasionally these employees (teenagers) are less attentive but not enough to cause me any grief what so ever. More importantly, their food especially their gammon steak is one of the best. Their mix and match menu - 2 for £10 are fantastic value.|
My advise, don't be put off by the negative comments, see for yourself.
Looi - 21 Aug 2009 10:01
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