Roadtrip Bar and Deli, Old Street - pub details
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|It's a relatively down to earth late night bar. Strict door policy ensures a good gender mixture and as a result there's plenty of action on the dancefloor. Not the best place in the area but very far from the worst.|
QueensParker - 7 Oct 2013 02:27
|Fun little place and open pretty late. Always a nice mix of guys and girls. Service is a little slow but decor is really fun. The food service took forever. Live music downstairs too.|
Bonniedrake - 9 Dec 2011 11:21
|I wish I'd read the review before I gave any money to this bar. The completely ignorant barman was more interested in chatting to his mate than serving anyone at the bar. There was no bar etiquette problem and nobody had to worry about the order in which they arrived at the bar as nobody was getting served! You can only hope that the owner reads these reviews and realises how much money this guys is losing him. My whole football team decided to leave based on this guy's inability to do his very basic job!|
Peyers - 7 Jul 2011 12:39
|Nice ambience, decent music and comfy outdoor seating, but truly appalling service. Went there with three pals on Wednesday night probably looking to spend about £100 between us. There were three people on duty but the chef and one barman were taking an extended break at the same time and the girl the right side of the bar showed no interest in serving anybody, just faffed around making a mojito for herself. We stood at the bar for four or five minutes in open-mouthed disbelief before walking out.|
Not a shred of business sense between them. If I was the manager I'd be very disappointed to learn that profits at the very agreeable Bricklayers Arms a short walk away went up as a direct result of his employees' bad attitude.
anotherkneesup - 7 Jul 2011 12:12
|Been to this bar mid-week a couple of times recently, it has a nice vibe inside. The barman however, has a serious attitude problem and doesn't seem to grasp the concept of serving punters in the order they come to the bar. Fair enough if it's too busy to keep track but when there are only 2 people there and another comes up its easy enough to work out the order! When he did get around to serving me he went off to serve someone else after I began to give him my order! One of the worst barmen i've ever encountered. The main barman (not sure if he's the manager, but he's in charge) is very chatty & friendly and seems to appreciate your custom though.|
Both times I had a pint of Peroni and both times unfortunately it was pretty flat, so had to resort to the pricey bottled beer. Had some snacks the second time which were very tasty.
Unfortunately the flat beer and crappy service have put me off ever going back.
poggs - 27 Apr 2011 10:25
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