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Stix Bar, Beaconsfield - pub details

Stix Bar

Address: 3 Warwick Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 2PE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14948) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.stixbar.co.uk

Nearest train stations Beaconsfield (0.1 miles), Seer Green (1.9 miles), Bourne End (4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Having been with a large party for a very special occasion I must say I was very very disappointed with the food here. The food quality was of a high standard, but the set menu portions were laughable frankly which is a shame as the rest of the experience was positive.
The ambience, setting and staff were all fantastic but the portions were nowhere near large enough. We'd have rather paid more and got more food so the set menus for parties I would not recommend at all. We were told by the staff, "there's loads more plates coming out" but they never materialised by which point it was too late for us to start ordering more. We all left feeling rather deflated and popped across the road later on to get food from the takeaway van.
I wouldn't go back here, and sadly as a consequence would recommend you going elsewhere to celebrate your occasion
Andrew_Diner - 20 Mar 2011 14:08
Josie,

Great operators in this business listen to feedback, painful as it may be at times, then react positively and swiftly to address the matter. Customers have to be rather hacked off with your offer to bother to go into print; so get off the defensive and channel the energy into correcting the issues raised by others below. Then, and only then, will you have a GREAT business.

I visited at 2100 after the Eng v. Ire match at Twickenham and had an ordinary experience apart from the gents which needed a service, no soap, no paper.
Pubspymaster - 12 Mar 2010 17:55
Great pub, great Barstaff, and a very well kept drop of Rebellion.....
bitterboy1970 - 12 Dec 2007 15:35
What a great find. Our local pub was let down by its supplier of Burns Night food last night so they in turn had to let us down. A quick search of the internet identified the Stix Bar offering Burns night food alongside their normal menu so (despite the anonymous review that was less than complimentary) we booked a table, and we were so pleased we did.

Food? Fantastic - great range of small tapas like portions representing a wide range of cuisines, beatifully cooked and nicely presented. Not for those that like their meat and two veg' type of dinner but great for those that like interest and variety.

Drinks? Limited ale option (as you might expect in a place like this) but a good range of lagers and wines reasonably priced. For those that like to choose wines by the glass there is a good range - for wines by the bottle the prices were very reasonable.

Atmosphere? Buzzing, with a good crowd that filled the place and gave it a really nice feel. This is definitely a wine bar / restaurant rather than a pub but there is a small bar area at the front that seemed very popular while we were there.

Service? Excellent despite all the tables being fully occupied - attentive without being obtrusive. Very friendly, and when I passed a comment (not by any means a complaint) that the oat biscuits in our Burns night desserts were quite hard (as they are probably meant to be) we were presented with a plate of softer, less cooked versions within a minute without even asking for them.

Would we go back? You bet - can't wait. This place has been open for a couple of years and I can't believe we haven't been before. From its popularity last night I would guess it's doing well - in my view it deserves to.
sweatpea11 - 26 Jan 2007 13:31
Absolutelyu right, this is a forum for people (as in clients) to review any venue that serves beer. Not a place for proprietors to promote their menus. I'm sure if people have more positive experiences of your etablishment, they will post them and thus save you the trouble of having to defend yourselves.

Having visited myself, the experience was unremarkable in terms of both beer and venue and I found the criticsm justified. It is one of very many over priced winebar/eateries in that area.

I won't comment on the food as this really isn't an appropriate forum to repeatedly hear your promotion of the menu.
cynicalbastard - 18 Nov 2006 01:08

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