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Harvester The Summerhill, Kingswinford Central, Kingswinford

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Harvester (Mitchells & Butlers)

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Soup Dragon left this review about The Summerhill

A detached Harvester chain restaurant, with patio area, which is adjacent to a Travel Lodge. Summerhill was its own community, until swallowed up by Kingswinford. The place consists of a Georgian house (now the hotel) in brick and moulded stone, with what appear to be the outbuildings, also in brick and some wood panel, being the Harvester. The interior is mainly given over to the restaurant and carvery area, but there is a section that you feel is given over to drinking - you will find it just past the kid's grabbing machine. The area is in green and red, with the usual bistro art on the walls - fruit, bottles, animals etc, along with the odd old photo. The seating (in the drinks area) is a mix of booth areas, pouffes and Sherlock Holmesian styled high backed leather chairs. There is a nice brick fireplace in the main area. The service was fine and the clientele mixed and mainly dining. The music was general stuff at a soft level. Beer; no real ale, just the usual keg drinks with a pretty tasteless and far too cold Pedigree. A place to go to eat, not drink.

On 16th September 2013 - no rating submitted
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