The menu ranges from snacks, such as near-definitive conch fritters and a fine po'boy sandwich, to standouts like shrimp Provençal or anything from the enormous rotisserie. Now the pub feels more like a tourist trap for the young and those passing through Victoria, looking for a fast evening meal. That is mine and my friend's go-to spot. Next to Sticky, is The Games Room, which has another bar, pool tables and darts. On the bright side, the waitress was great.
That was simply not possible at this happy hour. If you arrive early, you'll think you have better chances of finding a better party spot, you might be right, but if you're squeezing till the last minute possible, you'll be back, often to find a lineup during weekends. Since everywhere else was closed. It has been my friend's and I go to bar for the past 5+ years. And they had a really good kid's menu. The atmosphere is nice and service was great. The staff is said to be cheerful here.
In all it was way less food than a single chicken drum stick. The restaurant is opened Monday-Sunday from 11:30 am to 2:00am. It was totally empty at the time we arrived. The atmosphere is very clean and nice. Drink the great ice tea or good coffee served here. The place reflects an owner who did not know what's good enough and decided to put a pub, a restaurant, a club, and so much more all together.
If I lived in Victoria, this is where I'd be hanging out and meeting up with friends. If you went in without being stamped and stayed later, and had to head out for a phone call without the knowledge that you need a stamp to go back in, you will be harassed by their slightly racist bouncers, even though they literally saw you walk out two minutes ago when there's no lineup yet. Many visitors come here to try tasty friands, gâteau and cheesecakes. When I objected, the waitress stared at me blankly and sat me in a corner. A lot of visitors say that waiters offer perfectly cooked brownies, sticky toffee pudding and gâteau here. Waited forever between drinks, and had to listen repeatedly to the waitress dismiss us because she generally hated being there. It was not a very sad thing we found a nice place at the harbor and had some nice tuna.
The potent house cocktails and daily specials, not to mention the ambience, remain pure Antillean. I think it was a very gentlemanly sort of atmosphere and quite warm and comfortable. It was surprising to us that we had to wait over 10 minutes for the host to find a table for our party. Sticky Wicket is quite popular for its varied menu available at reasonable prices. We don't need its content. We also came in for happy hour 3-6pm.
The nachos went around the table through the whole group and barely looked like a dent had been made. We asked for mayonnaise; she ignored. Lobster is cooked to perfect and deshelled. The quesadilla was literally just that: a tortilla with cheese in the middle, served with sour cream. Food and drinks were average, chicken strips were a tad over cooked. We enjoyed the subdued music and overall ambience.
At Sticky Wicket, guests can have great tea. The food for happy hour was rather dull. Unfortunately, this was absolutely not the case. Great place to come after work and get a drink or watch some sports. Burping and feeling part of a sausage fest. The restaurant also features gluten-free options on the menu for conscious people.
Great British pub atmosphere with a lot of class. Overall, the experience was just okay. In the later hours we offer live music and if that's not enough on the weekend you can head upstairs to the nightclub! And by the time you decide to go there anyway, you'll discover that heading home and cuddling with your pets was probably the better thing to do. The server removed the charge, which was appreciated. What a super place for lunch! Rough start, with one clear winner and a couple of misses. When it arrived our pizza looked and tasted like a frozen pizza warmed up.
Was very impressed with the nachos, and i'm not easy to please. If the restuarant is going to continue using the same name I suggest they work up a better menu and decor otherwise change the name and there will be no disappointment. The artichoke dip was the best I can remember ever having. When we arrived, the restaurant was about only half full with many tables marked as reserved. We followed our servers recommendations and she Brenna was spot on.
Every single time it's been a good time. This bar can be characterized by the beautiful decor inside. It's not a nightclub night. Lots of times I ended up being just one of the dudes. While tasty, the burgers were way overcooked and the buns were very dry. Desperation often reach those in the hunt. I can't comment on things like parking or the like, but if walking from a local hotel, you may find some rougher folks walking about We had no trouble though.