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MFA Bowl Leeds, Leeds

Categories: Bowling Alleys, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
1.6/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
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  • At first we couldn't figure out how to start the game, asked for help and they said someone will be over . 15 mins later someone still didn't come. Then we started bowling which was all fine until the...  read more »
  • Went to the desk to hear a bad attitude/rude comments over walkie talkie to another colleague about a customer who couldn't remember their lane number, no eye contact and walked away to help someone e...  read more »
  • Blonde woman at desk gave horrendous service, no eye contact, huffing and puffing, I felt like an inconvenience to her. Never go back again, furthermore the bowling experience was ruined by the machin...  read more »
  • Been great when I go in my friends and a lady serves us but every time I go in with my gf and the male serves us he always turns us away, there's always spaces open but because we haven't booked he turns us away when there's plenty of spaces in the lanes, my girlfriend feels victimised and is upset that the night gets ruined. Went yesterday and a lot served me and my mate and we got on fine she opened a new lane and we bowled and had a great time but when I came back with my girlfriend and it was dead the male employee said there were no spaces and turned us away third time this week!!! Shocking lost my custom for good would rather go to roxys
  • Nothing special, bit annoying about the ridiculously long wait for food though, the poor lass was on her own both cooking and serving which was just absurd
  • Descend down three sets of stairs into what must be the basement of the Merrion Centre to find this bowling alley. It feels like it's on its last legs. They let you use the lanes in outdoor shoes as they have a "bowling shoe shortage". Whats next? Using tennis balls instead of bowling balls? You need these shoes to bowl properly! Still, they have *some* shoes, but even then, with my right shoe, the sole had ripped away from the shoe. And are these ever sprayed fresh? Seriously they can't afford shoe freshener? Terrible. When I arrived, in early Monday morning, ALL of the balls were on the lanes: don't they tidy up each night, and sort out the balls so you don't have to search EVERY lane for the correctly weighted ball? And lastly, I found myself re-racking the pins quite often as they weren't set correctly. In spite of all this, if you brought you own shoes and ball, the cost is astonishingly cheap, and the aforementioned points would be of no concern. BYOB!
  • A bit sticky. But it does the job.
  • The Centre staff are really great, but there are lanes which have been cannibalised and it looks dated so some investment in capital equipment would be good
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