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Had a meal here last night - the food was out of this world - couldn't recommend highly enough!
mikey2327 - 29 Jun 2013 11:03
FABULOUS FOOD, all home made which u dont get anywhere these days. Great atmosphere and friendly staff. Ale great what more could you ask for in a local village pub. No more 'scum' in there like there was 5 YRS ago, totally turned around. Highly recommend to alot of people. 1960's sunday lunch i must disagree, home made patatoes and yorkshire puddings, gravy, carrot and turnip and fab veg where do get that on a sunday anymore?!
geegee09 - 7 Oct 2009 22:00
FABULOUS FOOD, all home made which u dont get anywhere these days. Great atmosphere and friendly staff. Ale great what more could you ask for in a local village pub. No more 'scum' in there like there was 5 YRS ago, totally turned around. Highly recommend to alot of people. 1960's sunday lunch i must disagree, home made patatoes and yorkshire puddings, gravy, carrot and turnip and fab veg where do get that on a sunday anymore?!
geegee09 - 7 Oct 2009 22:00
Have visited this hostelry sveral times over the past 2 years..............on every occasion, the 'guest' ale has always been a lack-lustre version of Caledonia Deuchars (just when does guest become regular ?). Paid a visit last night, expecting a convivial evening chatting with friends, to find we could not hear a word since the 'entertaiunment' was far too loud ! Worryingly, an entire corner of the lounge was occupied by 15-year olds happily swigging bottles of Corona ! Rainhill needs help on the pub front. The 'beer' in The Com is now undrinkable, a night spent in The Vic will leave your ear-drums shattered; whwre can I go for a nice, quiet pint ?
ECLKWRIG - 14 Dec 2008 12:02
Upon entering the Victoria, you cannot help but feel profoundly depressed; there is an atmosphere of grim foreboding, and a look of abject misery in the dull and lustreless eyes of the regulars. Glancing around occasionally- each of them numbed by a Carling-induced melancholy- they down drinks in an effort to forget the unbearable ennui of everyday life.
irish_magician - 10 Mar 2008 21:20
I visited the Victoria for Sunday lunch with my Wife, Mother and neighbour. I found the atmosphere very pleasant, nice and clean also the food was of a high standard. My neighbour goes for Sunday Lunch on a regular basis and recommended it to us. The staff were attentive and polite. I would certainly return for more of the same. I am a local taxi driver and if some asked where to go for a meal the Victoria would be high up their.
jackomul - 12 Aug 2007 17:22
Had a meal at The Victoria, Rainhill recently (Sunday lunch) and was very disappointed. The food resembled a 1960's school dinner complete with meat that was impossible to chew, cold mashed potatoes and the most awful tasting vegetables I have ever had, not to mention the gravy (actually school dinners were better!) All of this was served on a cheap looking white oblong plate with sides ( more like a tray). Needless to say, won't be going there again.
anonymous - 25 Jul 2007 14:35
Meant to have all changed, but dont believe it for a minute. You can change decor, but not customers!
slevinke2k7 - 21 Jun 2007 07:24

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