Barbers Crossing (North)


General Information: 175 Leominster Rd
, MA 01564
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Restaurant with function area

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5 Barbers Crossing (North) Restaurant Reviews
ReviewerServiceSelectionQualityAtmosphereAverage Rating
(1=Poor, 5=Excellent)
2.60 2.80 2.20 3.40 2.75
B. H.
Jun 17, 2009
1 1 1 3 1.50
The food is poorly cooked. Under cooked the fish is over cooked. It's dark, like a barn, the wait staff was busy talking amonst themselves rather than waiting on us. Time for closing Barbers Crossing. Out Dated...  
Aug 19, 2007
3 4 4 3 3.50
Surprised to see neg. reviews. Been there many times and seldom disappointed on steak, prime rib or seafood. Very unassuming, "folksy" sort of place.  
Feb 24, 2007
3 2 1 2 2.00
This is a dark and dingy place and not worth your time. The selection is huge but the quality is not. It is almost impossible to get a meal served hot. If I were in the general area of this place, I would keep driving up Route 12 and find another place to eat. Almost any place you choose going from there toward Leominster would be a better choice. 
Sep 7, 2006
2 2 1 4 2.25
After repeatedly seeing a full parking lot at this restaurant, my husband and I decided we should give it a try. What a bad idea! Although the antique decor is pleasant, the food and service were terrible. My salad consisted of limp, pale brown iceberg lettuce, and the chicken parmesan (generally a tough dish to mess up!) was horrible, especially for the price. One bite of my soggy, overcooked baked potato was more than enough. Nonetheless, I opted to try dessert because I can't resist mud pie. It was entirely flavorless. Throughout the evening, catching our waitress' attention was nearly impossible, as she was too busy socializing. I absolutely would not recommend this establishment. 
Jun 24, 2003
4 5 4 5 4.50
If you've never been to this Barber's Crossing and only the one in Worcester you are in for a huge and pleasant surprise. It is loaded with 18th century colonial charm inside. The menu is the same as it's W. Boylston St. cousin, which is varied and good "real" food for the money. Nothing fancy, but just good food. If you're in the area I would definitely check it out. 

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