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All reviews lunch chilli con carne welsh rarebit salad pie sandwiches salmon sharing board fantastic range fabulous wine nice atmosphere upstairs area favourite bar teas coffees excellent service and the food private parties brilliant staff
The Bank never fails to deliver lovely lunches but today we had an afternoon tea treat. It was delicious and so fresh and tasty. A large selection of cakes and lovely sandwiches. Will definitely be back for more.
Went with friends for lunch and hadn’t realised how popular it was so lucky to get the only table available. Good menu with lots of choice, excellent service and the food was lovely. Great atmosphere in there and very welcoming. Highly recommend a lunch time...More
Celebrated my 50th birthday here on Sunday and the venue was perfect. A big thanks to Alex and special mention to James and his staff for looking after us and keeping the drinks flowing!!! Our favourite bar and if you could bottle the atmosphere you...More
It is easy to see why this place is number two on the listings of where to eat in Wrexham. Attentive staff and a fantastic range on the menu that makes it a must visit whether you are having lunch or indulging in cocktails.
We had a lovely couple of hours relaxing here & sampling the fine wines, delightful find and real ales. The drinks were all delightful & really reasonably priced. We opened up a bar tab and we were extremely surprised with the final bill. Although we...More
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There is a carpark next to the big church behind the Bar, drive through the Town past the Bank and then follow the one way street to the bottom of the hill, turn left and then follow the road, the turning into the carpark is... More
There is a carpark next to the big church behind the Bar, drive through the Town past the Bank and then follow the one way street to the bottom of the hill, turn left and then follow the road, the turning into the carpark is on your left. When you have paid and displayed go up the steps to the Church and walk through the grounds and out of the other gate, the Bank is just up that road on the right.
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