1460 Bethlehem Pike # 100, North Wales, PA | Directions 1945440.208869 -75.223355
Fri-Sat: 11am-12am, 11am-1am, Sun: 1pm-9pm, 11am-10pm, 11am-11pm, Thu: 11am-12am, 11am-12am, Tue-Wed: 11am-10pm, 11am-12am, Mon: 11am-10pm, 11am-11pm
Good food, beer – My husband and I go to the North Wales Iron Hill often, as do many of our relatives. The salads, burgers, and seafood are always delicious. Their beers are very interesting, changing with seasons, but always offering a good selection. The prices are a little high, but we think it's worth it.
The waiters & waitresses make good suggestions and provide good service.
We love it!
Iron Hill North Wales, PA – Not worth it. I first moved to North Wales, PA two years ago. After my first 3 months I had a short list of highly recommended restaurants to visit. Iron Hill was first on that list. My wife and I enjoyed a fabulous meal with great ambiance and well crafted beer.
This year we received a gift certificate to Iron Hill so we went for dinner. Either they have changed owners or have simply given up.
The sampler appetizer was greasy and over spiced. My mouth was numb I tried the Charlie Brown Ale. It was great. OK the appetizer was not great but the beer was so I could let it slide. Later the entrée arrived but it was the wrong entrée. The waiter was not paying attention and was nowhere to be found. I finally flagged down another waiter and she brought the correct dish Caramelized scallop with cold Thai noodle. Looked great. I took one bite and all I could taste was cheap soy sauce. I mean a ton of soy sauce. So much so it was inedible. Really disappointed. But the beer was good and I remembered the Iron Ale as being particularly good so I ordered a growler to go. The funny thing is, the waiter also suggested the Iron Ale.
I couldn’t wait to get home and forget about the overpriced, poorly cooked entrée. But wait, the waiter didn’t sell me a growler of Iron Ale as he recommended, I ended up with some crappy Belgian ale I did not order.
$100 dollars later, the food was a waste, the service was non-existent, and the beer used to be good when you could get what you ordered.
If quality and service isn’t important and paying a premium for crappy food and service is your gig, by all means, go to Iron Hill in North Wales, PA. You won’t get what you pay for and you’ll spend a perfectly good evening doing it.
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