As a season ticket holder you get access to the restaurant only. Bit of a pain if you want the half time stuff and you are in the North stand!Yes very good, do you get access to a box or just restaurant facilities.
For me good as a one off experience.
True, but if that was me I would change my seat to suit the circumstances.As a season ticket holder you get access to the restaurant only. Bit of a pain if you want the half time stuff and you are in the North stand!
(as I understood it the last time I enquired)
Yes you get a seat behind the directors box if you're not a season ticket holder. With the meal this costs £79. If you're a ST holder then you have have the lunch by paying £45 but presumably you have to sit in your own seat.Yeah I think the season ticket is just costing, sure it says in the blurb that u get a seat behind the directors box
Yes, but 4 years ago that's where we were! Hopeful it's now League 1. Anyone have a more recent experience of the food?The first time was about four years ago. Can't remember the starter but the main was a shepherd's pie which was, frankly, swill. Tasteless mince swimming in a watery gravy. Last time was last season. Starter was the almost ubiquitous ham hock terrine, which was OK. Main a bog-standard chicken breast arrangement. Edible.
Of course, this is just my experience and the standard might well have gone up this season. But comparing it to other sports hospitality food I've had (Leicester City, Harlequins, for a couple of examples), it was definitely League Two.
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