Three Seasons Restaurant: Bury College


Trips & Adventures – 17 October 2019

Some of our readers (and I think you know who you are) will be delighted to learn that this report is all about food.

Fifteen of us travelled by tram and bus to The Three Seasons restaurant at Bury College. In the photo below, Mr Essoldo is holding a personalised signed copy of the 7-inch single Rebel-Rouser by Duane Eddy. It is a rock and roll instrumental (either that or Duane Eddy forgot the words). It appeared on Eddy’s debut album Have ‘Twangy’ Guitar Will Travel and was released as a single in 1958, charting at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100.

We arrived at Bury College just after 12 noon and made our way directly to The Three Seasons. The college restaurant serves a wide range of meals from bistro style to gastronomic delights, all of which are prepared and served by the catering students and supervised by experienced professional catering staff.

This is a little something I prepared:

The truth of the matter is that the students had only just started their course a month ago and were a little nervous. One young man served me a glass of wine, but unfortunately managed to pour two glasses of wine all over me. I was soaked through and had to change my shirt and don a catering uniform.

All in all we experienced quality dining in a vibrant commercial restaurant at competitive prices (£7.95 for a three course meal including tea or coffee and just £2.00 extra for a glass of wine).

The college also has a Hairdressing Academy, but I don’t think that was necessary for most of the male members of Out In The City.

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2 thoughts on “Three Seasons Restaurant: Bury College

  1. Our chief became a chef, and the ladies might try the hairdressing option. Great company, the food was OK and the students tried hard and it was good value for a tenner. hugs Pauline xxx PS the spills with wine added spice as did the soup poured over the collar of Ed’s jacket.


  2. Oh my … the poor waiter must have been so embarrassed! I have to say though that Tony looked quite the part in the chef’s whites, especially with the hat as well. Great review, thank you!


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