REVIEW – Lunch at Candy Bar, George Street


Yesterday I had lunch at the Candy Bar in George Street.

All the main meals are under £5 just now which seems a great offer and no vouchers are needed.  My lunch partner and I both ordered the beef teriyaki ciabatta with onions, fries and honey & mustard mayo (£4.95)

teriyaki sandwich

Beer Teriyaki

The meat was seasoned and cooked nicely and the onions added to the taste.  We did both ask for our honey mustard mayo on the side otherwise it would have been all over the sandwich and I was worried it would be too strong, but it was good.

For dessert we ordered a banoffee pie at £3.75 and belgian waffles with ice cream and maple syrup at £3.75.

These took a little longer to come, i.e wouldn’t have had time to eat them if we had been on our lunch hour, but they were well worth the wait.



 The banoffee pie was really moist so there was no need for ice cream with it (not that it came with it anyway) and the caramel layer was the best bit (very sweet though)



The waffles were also delicious (I tried them so I could report accurately 😉 ) and soaked in maple syrup.

We were both satsified after our lunch and for around £10 with a soft drink, good value, but not the quickest of service, so not  a place you could pop into on a time limit.


Suitable for disabled ?      No, the bar is located down a steep set of stairs, but there are some seats outside, so if you lucked out with the weather, you could sit outside, but the bathrooms are downstairs  :(

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