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Romeros Wilpshire Take Away

Romero’s Pizza House now has four or five shops. The Romero’s in Wilpshire is relatively new and offers standard take away food. If your in a real rush, or you fancy a pizza, kebab or burger, then Romero’s In Wilpshire might be just what you are looking for. It isnt the pinacle of Haute cuisine, but for some Romero’s In Wilpshire could be just the ticket.

Wilpshire Romero Telephone: 01254 246256

To view the Romero’s of Wilpshire Menu, please click below for a PDF scan of the Wilpshire Romero’s menu.

Romeros Wilpshire Menu

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The Shireburn In Hurst Green

Last time I came here was for a wedding reception. It has since been renovated and mixes modern with traditional, to create a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere.

After completing the journey from the car park to the bar, I was unpleasantly surprised to be met by no body. No front of house, no bar staff, nothing. Eventually a bar man did appear, but served the stray who had appeared to my left.

This wasn’t a great start, but these things happen I suppose. There are a few different seating areas to choose from, which gives dining here an intimate and cosy feel.


We choose a table in the corner near the bar, and a waiter promptly appeared with two menus, both of which had seen better days!


Overall the food was fine. I started with Gruyere fitters, which were good and particularly more-ish. The tomato puree and pesto worked well, and Gruyere is one of my favorite melted cheeses.


For a main course I had chicken Normandy. The chicken itself was well cooked; almost pink, perfectly succulent with a good crispy skin. Its a shame the accompanying sauce and bacon bits let the dish down, but this wasn’t well cooked. It was flabby and chewy, the fat lacked that concentrated hit of salty flavor that comes from well cooked bacon bits! The sauce Normandy was lovely and creamy but perhaps could have done with a bit more kick from the apples.


My dining companion had a salad, which was apparently very good, and certainly looked great.


Overall, it was a lovely afternoon. The atmosphere was relaxed, and we sat there long after we had finished eating. In such a pleasant setting, with elegant decor and polite waiting  staff, it is hard not to enjoy a trip to The Shireburn.

The Foodie