Grand Beer Cafe
Palmerston North City 06-357 8028
Every Wednesday night, come in and buy one main meal…
- Tues 2pm – late
- Wed – Fri 11am – late
- Sat 2pm – late
- Business Dining
- Live Music
- Out Catering
- Private Functions
- Private Parties
- Wedding Functions
- Payment Types: EFTPOS, Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Diners
- Price Range: Moderate, $15 - $25
- Dress Code: Casual
- Alcohol: Beer, Wine, Spirits, Cocktails
- Seating for: 100-120
- BYO/Corkage: No BYO
- Parking: Free Off-Street, Pay & Display
- Good For Groups: Yes
- Good For Children: Yes
- Takeaways: Yes
- Delivers: No
- Takes Reservations: Yes
- Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
- Outdoor Seating: Yes
- Meals: Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Dessert
The Grand Beer Cafe is Palmerston Norths Premiere drinking and dining establishment. We cater for corporate and celebratory functions, lunch with friend and after work drinks( or two) with colleagues,
The Grand Beer Cafe offers a warm relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy our amazing range of Wines and Tap Beers, accompanied with fabulouus hospitality.We have a sumptuous
menu, as well as;
Wednesday; BOGOF ( Buy One Get One Free)
Thursday evenings 5.30pm-8.30pm;
Two for One Steak night: 2 x Rib eye steaks, rosti, onion rings, bernaise and salad greens for $27.00. Bookings preferred
LIVE BANDS; Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening.
A Great Place to Party and Celebrate.
9 Reviews for Grand Beer Cafe
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The bar also had cool music, I will definitely go back.
There were two staff serving at the bar and also taking orders for meals. The female bar person took forever to take our orders so I went to the bar to place an order for a pot of mussels (incidentally there were no grilled mussels on offer as stated on their on line menu). She duly took our order and then returned 5 minutes later to say they had run out of mussels, and sorry about this. So we then looked at the menus again, two of us ordering the fish and chips asking what the fish of the day was. Surprise surprise she had to go and ask, and returned saying “teryaki”. Doh! we were not ordering Japanese food, could she possibly mean terakihi? Apparently so! The meals subsequently arrived, and the fish and chip meals were fine. However, the seafood basket bore no resemblance to the desciption on the menu. It contained 3 battered prawns, 6 crumbed (previously frozen) mussels, a ton of chips, and some salad garnishes. No fish, squid rings or scallops. When the male staff member asked how our meals were, we expressed our dismay at the poor show in the seafood basket, and asked to have a reasonable discount to compensate. When we paid our bill, the female wait person deducted $4.00 from our bill. OMG!
If you want mediocre pub food at a price, then this is the place for you! Otherwise choose one of the excellent places nearby to eat e.g. Cafe Express and Brewers Apprentice.
The owner has since contacted us to apologise and has sent vouchers for meals at The Grand and Roma.
We revisited The Grand on 12 February and were warmly welcomed to our table by the lovely waitress.
The mussell platters were divine, and so too was the antipasto platter, which we enjoyed with Roaring Meg Sauvignon Blanc.
Our compliments to the owner Anne Bragg for a wonderful evening, and also for ensuring that everything was rectified.
MoreAnne’s other restaurant Roma is fabulous too.