This was my first visit to Yesbar. The food was average. We had bruchetta to start, which was little more than garlic bread with tomatoes. I then had pasta al forno which was quite nice. My wife had a pizza, which was a bit stodgy. We then went to the comedy club in the basement. I didnt find the comedians particularly funny and thought they over used the 'f' word to enhance the effect, however other people seemed to find them funny. Overall, not bad for a change and for £12 it was very good value. Nb. We are in our late 50's, perhaps it would appeal to a younger crowd.
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gerald Cooper - 04/01/2015