I had lovely spicy meatballs with my pasta. Not to spicy but enough. Unfortunately 4 desserts off the menu. the coffee was great.Good service.
Visited with family in law tonight, we have a few points: Mains and service were fairly good, my girlfriend had veggie ravioli, which was extremely bland however the other 3 mains were good. Main downsides were men's toilets were a complete mess, the whole place needs a thorough cleaning. Probably a reflection of poor management. Overall if you are after... More
We were visiting Cheltenham on a short break and took two young student friends to this restaurant on Wednesday evening. Our first visit to this particular location but we have eaten in other "Ask" restaurants elsewhere. The food, as usual, was very good and the service excellent: our waiter was polite and attentive. We would recommend this restaurant.
Took my mum here as we were staying at a hotel very near and wanted somewhere within a short walking distance. It was a Friday evening so I expected it to be busy but it was incredibly noisy to the extent my mum and I gave up having a conversation as it was so difficult to hear each other. We... More
Ended up here on a Saturday evening when the place was absolutely crammed. (I think we grabbed the last free table...) After explaining to the staff that we had a train to catch and needed to eat quickly, they did a really great job of getting our meals to us quickly. The staff were really friendly and attentive, despite us... More
Eating at the Cheltenham ASK is a friendly and efficient experience. The staff are just the right mixture of helpful but not too much in your face and the food is surprisingly varied for a chain. Recommended.
Visited with my wife as it was her birthday. Previously checked the menus on the web and decided on the set menu, that we had to ask for as it was not shown on the table or advertised. My wife ordered the garlic bread for starter and it arrived looking like a 10 slice pizza, which she had no chance... More
Excellent food , very helpful staff reasonably priced and had many gluten fee options which is rare. It was however very busy .
We felt like we were on a conveyor belt here, the staff wanted to feed us and send us on our way. Poor food and even worse service.
We've been to the Ask in Exeter before and had a really good experience so we were expecting similar. It felt like a cafe rather than restaurant. The tables are very close together. We had to ask for cutlery and wine glasses as they were not provided. The toilets were a disgrace! Smelly and dirty. We certainly won't go back.... More
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