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    Quinns for Hearts away

    Are U18's allowed in?
    If they're having soft drinks obviously and do you have to pay to get in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthEnglandHib View Post
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    Are U18's allowed in? Good question - Quinns does food, so I'd imagine so, but I'll let one of the more venerable members answer this
    If they're having soft drinks obviously and do you have to pay to get in? Nope
    My thoughts on the matter - looking forward to it.

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    we may be going up for it yet, as getting up there is cheap, but if not, it'll be Quinns,
    is there atmosphere there?

    and they're loosing out by not charging!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthEnglandHib View Post
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    Are U18's allowed in?
    If they're having soft drinks obviously and do you have to pay to get in?
    Absolutely no problem whatsoever bringing kids. We normally get allocated the alcove in the corner and there's plenty of plush velvet seating.

    As an aside, Pierre in the kitchen will happily cook-up some food suitable for the kids as they don't have to eat la carte.

    We've pre-ordered grilled sardines with tahini, lemon cream and flatbread; (for the vegetarians)there's fennel with feta and pistachio-salted caramel; and spiced lamb kofla with a tomato tagine.

    House wine is Errazuriz Max Reserva Merlot 2008 (it's spicy, smoky and chocolatey) and a snip at 14.99 a bottle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by London Hibs Supporters Club View Post
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    Absolutely no problem whatsoever bringing kids. We normally get allocated the alcove in the corner and there's plenty of plush velvet seating.

    As an aside, Pierre in the kitchen will happily cook-up some food suitable for the kids as they don't have to eat la carte.

    We've pre-ordered grilled sardines with tahini, lemon cream and flatbread; (for the vegetarians)there's fennel with feta and pistachio-salted caramel; and spiced lamb kofla with a tomato tagine.

    House wine is Errazuriz Max Reserva Merlot 2008 (it's spicy, smoky and chocolatey) and a snip at 14.99 a bottle.


    Allocated? how big is this pub?
    do many people turn up for these games/any atmosphere? and what time does the pub open?
    sorry about the questions, not sure if i should travel up or go Quinns..

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    Quote Originally Posted by London Hibs Supporters Club View Post
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    Absolutely no problem whatsoever bringing kids. We normally get allocated the alcove in the corner and there's plenty of plush velvet seating.

    As an aside, Pierre in the kitchen will happily cook-up some food suitable for the kids as they don't have to eat la carte.

    We've pre-ordered grilled sardines with tahini, lemon cream and flatbread; (for the vegetarians)there's fennel with feta and pistachio-salted caramel; and spiced lamb kofla with a tomato tagine.

    House wine is Errazuriz Max Reserva Merlot 2008 (it's spicy, smoky and chocolatey) and a snip at 14.99 a bottle.

    Have Quinn's increased their food prices after being awarded their Michelin Gold Star?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Have Quinn's increased their food prices after being awarded their Michelin Gold Star?
    You'd think so. What's incredible is that they manage to disguise all this extraordinary food as sausage rolls, onion rings and chicken wings.

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    Was the cuisine of an acceptable standard yesterday?

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