There are reviews and there are awesome reviews and where food is concerned I am in my element.
So when asked to go visit the newly refurnished Three Fish Beefeater restaurant in Newport I wasn’t going to say no.
We have visited Beefeaters in the past and enjoyed wonderful steaks so this was just up our street.
The Three Fish is a lovely restaurant and was easy to find and park. Its on site with a premier inn if you fancied staying the night. The surrounding area is beautiful so well worth a visit.
We all had started with Brodie and I choosing the crunchy chicken wings in BBQ sauce whilst Alan had the garlic prawns. Both Brodie and I enjoyed our wings, Brodie so much that we had to tell her to stop sucking the bones, (seriously it was as if we had never fed her). Alan enjoyed his garlic prawns but would have prefered a little more garlic but he does say that about everything.
For our mains Alan and I both choose steak, I had the rib eye and Alan had the fillet. Brodie ordered the chicken and ribs. We all enjoyed our meals, Alan was a little disappointed as his steak was a little fatty not something you would expect really from a fillet.
For pudding Alan polished off an Eton Mess Sundae and Brodie the Cookie dough one. I was a little more reserved and just had a coffee.
The restaurant is beautiful furnished and lovely to eat in.
Our only complaints was the wait for the starters as it was a lot longer than we expected and didn’t go well with the boy but once the food came he did calm down loads. He enjoyed the three course kids meal which he absolutly loved.
The staff were pleasant but a little scarce.
If there was maybe more staff and quicker meal times it would have been perfect.
All in all we had a lovely family and do think Three Fish Beefeater is well worth a visit.
*We were gifted with vouchers towards this meal but all views and opinions are my own.