Thursday, 29 October 2015

Table Table Caernarfon Review

We headed to the Harbour Table Table in Caernarfon yesterday to review and had a wonderful family meal together; the boys think it is one of their highlights of the half term holiday. 

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The restaurant was well positioned next to a blue flag marina and we had a table overlooking the boats.

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As the PR company had booked the table I imaged that the server would have been aware we were reviewing which would explain why the level of customer service was exceptional but at the end of the meal it transpired she had no idea!  It really was the most attentive service I have yet to experience but listening to how Nicola was with all the other patrons of the restaurant it became quite clear she was just a lovely approachable bubbly person, nothing was too much trouble.  We had problems with our discount code but we found the manager was very friendly and efficient sorting it out for us.  So in terms of staff Table Table are obviously doing something very right.

As for the food there was plenty of choice on the menu to suit all budgets.  It was very reasonably priced and on top of that the boys meals were free when bought alongside our own which was a great promotion and definitely another reason for us to visit again soon.  The kid’s menu was very appealing with the Horrible Histories theme some of the puddings suited it very well, lime slime jelly, scary face sundae and graveyard horror!  So worth a quick visit before Halloween too.

The kid's menu was also very flexible which really helps encourage children to eat; they could pick their own two accompanying sides from a comprehensive list (including rice, salad, peas, coleslaw, corn on the cob, baked beans, tortilla chips, veg sticks, jacket potato, garlic bread, chips and mashed potato) to go with their main choice.  Youngest was absolutely delighted as it meant he could pick mash and beans to go alongside his choice, always a firm favourite, you can see from his smile how pleased he is with the menu.

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The boys were given activity booklets and colours on arrival so hubbie and I could relax as they were busily occupied completing spot the difference, mazes and colouring in.  If children get fed up eating out can be stressful but everything was taken care of here.

I picked the chicken and leak pie and it was a decent portion, very filling, ideal as a choice for Autumn.  The green vegetables were crisp not overcooked that can often be the case with pub grub type meals.

The desserts were lovely and difficult to finish on top of a big main!  But I would say its worth preserving as you do not want to miss out on such a tasty treat.

We had a fabulous meal and would definitely recommend anyone to Table Table who wants an appetizing meal that won't break the bank!

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