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Pines Benijofar

Postby GLASSMAN » Thu May 16, 2019 7:54 am

Been to above a few times always good food and service for a good price ,what I liked was that you could look on there facebook page and see what they had on the menu,for the next few days, well looked last Wednesday nothing posted, looked Saturday nothing posted, looked Monday nothing posted, Hope the place is still open ,I hope it is, as the Sunday lunch was excellent value and very tasty,
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Re: Pines Benijofar

Postby Glassfull » Thu May 16, 2019 8:17 am

That’s not my experience of the Pines. Just below average I’d say
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Re: Pines Benijofar

Postby Babu » Thu May 16, 2019 8:26 am

Was there for a Menu Del Dia about 2 weeks ago, food as excellent as ever . . . .
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Re: Pines Benijofar

Postby Sig » Thu May 16, 2019 9:48 am

I rang them a couple of days ago and made a booking for next week.
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Re: Pines Benijofar

Postby Mary M » Thu May 16, 2019 3:28 pm

They are definitely still open been today for lunch and as always it was excellent could not fault anything. There was plenty of choice on Menu Del Dia would have have thought something to suit all tastes and love.y fresh vegetable selection with the main course.
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Re: Pines Benijofar

Postby Jan » Thu May 16, 2019 6:05 pm

GLASSMAN wrote:Been to above a few times always good food and service for a good price ,what I liked was that you could look on there facebook page and see what they had on the menu,for the next few days, well looked last Wednesday nothing posted, looked Saturday nothing posted, looked Monday nothing posted, Hope the place is still open ,I hope it is, as the Sunday lunch was excellent value and very tasty,


That's the problem with Facebook ...The restaurants and companies often think it's a good idea to start a FB page but then give the updating to a staff member who then loses interest. One restaurant I was following was good for a few days until the staff member started playing candy crush (and others games) and every post was about that from then on. LOL
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Re: Pines Benijofar

Postby glosman » Thu May 16, 2019 11:26 pm

All anyone has to do is contact any restaurant directly to find out for themselves why rely on others??
Regards The Pines it is still open, is very popular & doing well thanks to the hard work of its owners who are lovely people deserving of success Steve & Nikki.
If in doubt try it.
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Re: Pines Benijofar

Postby GLASSMAN » Fri May 17, 2019 7:28 am

glosman wrote:All anyone has to do is contact any restaurant directly to find out for themselves why rely on others??
Regards The Pines it is still open, is very popular & doing well thanks to the hard work of its owners who are lovely people deserving of success Steve & Nikki.
If in doubt try it.
,because it was easy to look on facebook page and see what was on the menu,,while on the laptop,they should,nt start something off like saying menu aviaable to view on facebook ,then all of a sudden stop ,it leaves people wondering,not everyone has a car ,and to walk there then find theres nothing on the menu you fancy or they are closed ,then find some were else to walk to ,is disappointing.
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