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We do love the clock. Especially on 2for1 night.
They decided to change the steak... and lets just say the side of ‘salad’ was probably not the best decision that they have made....
We had a function booked for a farewell and had space booked for us a party of 15. The service was faultless from the time we arrived until we left. Very friendly, great selection of drinks and excellent bar food all tasty.
Slightly scratty pub venue - whilst the surroundings where basic pub offering the food was actually pretty good with large portions.
I had a steak which was nicely done and other diners came away satisfied - to be fair, prices were very reasonable so nothing...More
Over the weekend I had intended to go to the Clock Hotel to meet some friends for their Birthday Celebration. My partner and I were walking quite fast up to Crown St from the station as we were running late,so we were quite puffed by...More
This place deserves a special mention for its unbelievable value. For $9.95 you get a well cooked and high quality steak (250gram rump) with chips or mash as your dinner. I had two along with a burger!
If your thinking of hurricanes etc , which...More
Came in for a few pre dinner drinks.
Bar staff very friendly & efficient.
Hadn't been here before so bar staff offered a quick tour, very nice touch, made you feel very welcome.
Drank up at the balcony, great cocktails, killer bloody mary. Good range...More
Located in Surry Hills, it has been a long time since I was here last and times certainly has changed it… the Clock Hotel is very different to back then, it is trendy, is that still a phrase that is used? I like the look...More
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