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places2seeplaces2go wrote a review Jan 2020
England, United Kingdom4,271 contributions811 helpful votes
The reviews for 31 Coventry Street are confusing with some people even posting reviews for restaurants!!! However, to clear matters 31 Coventry Street is actually The Prince Of Wales Theatre & is presently home to The Book Of Mormon. Historically it is most famous for its connection to The Beatles. …
Date of experience: January 2020
Military traveller wrote a review May 2019
Warsaw, Poland62 contributions17 helpful votes
Dear friends I should tell you with great honor that there is also Coventry Street in Volgograd, Russia. We fought together, Englishmen were ready to eliminate Caucasian oil fields not to let Hitler get it in case Russia had lost Stalingrad Battle. We study your language and traditions, we say flat not apartment. Two nations, two cities - one great common pain. We'll remember…
Date of experience: September 2018
Rachael T wrote a review Apr 2018
Hereford, United Kingdom192 contributions108 helpful votes
Visited this Costa whilst on a short trip to London. It was a welcome coffee stop as I was pounding the streets of London doing the tourist thing! I need to say very little as I think people who like good coffee know all about Costa. Service was excellent and the cake 🍰 too !
Date of experience: April 2018
UK_Badger88 wrote a review Mar 2018
Pinner, United Kingdom1,684 contributions105 helpful votes
Burgers & Fries Were Very Good. The Milkshake Was Below Par. Overall I Thought It Was Quite Pricey For What You Get.
I stopped at The Five Guys branch at Piccadilly in January 2018. This was the first time I had visited one of the Five Guys Restaurant. I heard lots of positive review on it and so decided to order a burger for lunch. Although there was already a queue (you order and pay up first then watch your beef burger being freshly made. I ordered my 'standard' beef burger with mayo; lettuce;pickle;tomato;onions;mushroom;ketchup;mustard;jalapeno)hot) with a little cajun fries and peanut butter milkshake. From the time I placed the order to getting the finished burgers, it took around 5minutes. During that time I wandered around the restaurant observing the 'live' kitchen watching the staff busily making up the bespoke beef burgers. I also saw the section where fresh potatoes were 'chopped' into fries. The milkshakes appeared to be ready made and were taken out of a fridge below the end counter. After that once could get extra ketchup, straws for drinks etc. There is a cold drinks machine which I believe provide 'bottomless' soft drinks. As I had ordered the peanut milkshake I did not try the soft drinks. There is also another section where the restaurant placed a box of monkey nuts. Apparently boxes of peanuts are used to form peanut oils which is used to fry the potatoes into fries. Once can help themselves to the monkey nuts free of charge to compliment their meal. My burger was a bit 'squashy and damp'. But the beef burger patties (2x) were moist and succulent. The extra that I ordered complimented the burger as a whole. The fries also tasted good - hot and crisp with a softy centre. The peanut butter milkshake was a disappointment. Considering that it costed £5.45. The portion was small and I could hardly taste any peanut butter - mostly vanilla shake. The milkshake was not thick and creamy as I had expected. I have tasted much better milkshakes at much lower prices than the one this Five Guys Charge. So overall I was not impressed especially as it costed me £16.90p - for a double cheeseburger, fries and milkshake (with a portion of free monkey nuts). I definitely will not be visiting a Five Guys Burger Restaurant any time soon!…
Date of experience: January 2018
nellielim wrote a review May 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4,110 contributions1,502 helpful votes
This is the Prince of Wales Theatre which is a venue for comedy and musicals. It was a famous site for premiering all the Beatles films in the UK in the 60's.
Date of experience: April 2017