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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLake View Post
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    Sadly, my wife opted for Zuma over Quinn's.
    Your wallet will thank you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Haymaker View Post
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    Your wallet will thank you.
    You can also get dropped off in a basic model Rolls at Zuma. I expect it would be waved on from the Quinn's drop off point.http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...408481b484.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLake View Post
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    You can also get dropped off in a basic model Rolls at Zuma. I expect it would be waved on from the Quinn's drop off point.http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...408481b484.jpg

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    Most certainly would! Only top end Rolls at Quinn's if you are the sort of person to drive yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haymaker View Post
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    Most certainly would! Only top end Rolls at Quinn's if you are the sort of person to drive yourself.
    I couldn't possibly drive myself to Quinns when there is such an exceptional wine and champagne cellar not to mention the rare selection of Armagnacs dating back to the 1700's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLake View Post
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    I couldn't possibly drive myself to Quinns when there is such an exceptional wine and champagne cellar not to mention the rare selection of Armagnacs dating back to the 1700's.
    it's a marvelous selection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Clash View Post
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    Quinn’s definitely reopened. Was there for the Hibs v Celtc game.
    Twice? 😎

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    I am looking forward to the next Quinns meal, I guess the menue has moved on since Mr Quinns passing. I am hoping for some ants next time, all the rage in Scandinavia I hear.

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    I was in there for the England v Sweden game, enjoying the hay-smoked haddock and wild mushroom risotto, to discover that the third brother was now running Quinns.

    It put me in mind of another quirky, now deceased, fine eatery - Les Trois Garcons. If this is anything to go by, then the fine traditions and reputation of Quinns, will soar to levels unbeknown in the culinary world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brummie_Hibs View Post
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    I was in there for the England v Sweden game, enjoying the hay-smoked haddock and wild mushroom risotto, to discover that the third brother was now running Quinns.

    It put me in mind of another quirky, now deceased, fine eatery - Les Trois Garcons. If this is anything to go by, then the fine traditions and reputation of Quinns, will soar to levels unbeknown in the culinary world.
    Third brother? Vinnie not get the nod? Still maître d'I hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpj View Post
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    Third brother? Vinnie not get the nod? Still maître d'I hope
    I didn't see Vincent. However, the third brother looks very much like Vincent, except with a keen fondness for Quinn's famous in-house chocolates and vol-au-vents...

    In fact I spend the day there calling him Vincent and how 'fit and well' he looked, until his wife (the first clue that this wasn't Vincent) corrected me. Much to my shame and embarrassment.

    In fairness, I had had one too many Sherries that day.....

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