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With specially crafted Junior and Culinary Kids menu available all year round, eating out with the family is an enjoyable, stress-free affair.
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- Surfaces sanitised between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Clean menu provided to every guest
- Sanitiser or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Waiting staff wear masks
harissa, chickpea, watercress & smoked crme frache
'Ajo blanco', cucumber, broad bean, lime. Allergens: Molluscs, Dairy, Mustard, Nuts, Gluten
Toasted almond butter, capers. Allergens: Plant-Based, Nuts
The restaurant is totally dead, granted it was a Monday, but there’s no atmosphere. The restaurant set up is strange with a plate clearing area by the toilets. Staff were friendly and the food was alright, but the whole experience was odd. I would not recommend.
The main thing is always the food and the food here is great. Nice stylish restaurant.
We had the offer and i suppose you get what you pay for, albeit that the bill with extras was 65 each. However the cocktail offered and the dessert tasted of little but sugar. Starters were ok. Mains were an Incongruous mix of flavours (a pork and a hake). Worst of all was a 5 pound side portion of broccoli that came as a large head swimming in an awful sauce. It looked dreadful.
Excellent service from the moment we arrived to the end of our meal, the Considereat menu is a great idea and was delicious and phenomenal value. Highly recommend the fish cake and prawns, dessert was divine
What a shame! We had booked this as a Friday night treat before the theatre. The experience left us rather cold. The meal was OK. The service hot and miss. The knowledge of the staff poor.
This is the 3rd time we have tried it but each time we have come away saying that it was disappointing.
We won’t be back for a 4th time I’m afraid.
One of the most delicious vegetarian meals I have tasted and a yummy dessert. A little pricey for what it was.
All good, nothing to add. Happy with food and atmosphere.
The food was very good, but they need to work on speed of service. They offer a prix fixe pre-theatre menu but were unable to serve us in time for our show, despite the restaurant being only half full.
Overall, we had a very good dining experience. The service was a little slower paced, which afforded plenty of time for conversation during dining. Make sure to save room for dessert, which was delicious!
Good food and service, portions on the small side but tasty, we had wine instead of the cocktail and got a thimbleful!
Great for a pre theatre dinner. The considerate menu with 3 courses was enjoyed by everyone. The only slight criticism was the hake , perfectly cooked and beautifully fresh was slightly bland for my taste. A bit more seasoning would have been perfect
The other courses were all lovely and the staff were friendly and attentive. It is not hectic as some other restaurants have proven to be making conversation difficult. Tredwells has atmosphere and is roomy enough to relax. Recommended.
Tredwells is just a lovely restaurant. Friendly, lovely food, relaxed. Love it
Great food, excellent service would definitely recommend Tredwells
We went for our wedding anniversary - before a going to a show.
It was the second time coming here. The first time was 'okay', nothing to shout about. This time was different - in a very positive way.
Before we arrived, we received a call confirming the booking - and my wifes dietary requirements. First restaurant to note dietary issues. Normally restaurants don't read that bit when we book online so we're greeted with an - "er-um, we'll see what we can do" when we get there.
It didn't start well on arrival and when we were seated, not because of the restaurant, but because of parents seated near us bringing their children for childrens birthday party (!!). I know - not the place for shouting children when clearly people were having a belated valentines 'couples' dinner (15th of Feb). It was quite selfish, and we were not the only ones exchanging looks.
Just to be clear; children in restaurants - fine, if they behave or are kept quietly entertained. But not when they shout and scream. I blame the parents - not the children.
So rather than hoping the chef will surprise us by Flambe the little darlings, we asked to move and it was acknowledged with a knowing look before we finished the sentence. We went to another floor.
The rest of the evening was faultless. The waitress (Tina) was very attentive and skilled in managing my wife's diet - which is not the easiest and appreciate is can be a royal pain for restaurants. The food was timely and delicious - and more than enough quantity. I did regret ordering the Mac&Cheese side order - i didn't need it - but forced it down as it was so nice.
With sparkling water, cocktail, wine, coffee and 3 courses for two people, it came to £135 with service added. Not cheap, but worth it - we look forward to returning.
I would recommend the restaurant updates its policy that children are expected to behave and not disturb other diners. We were moved, but others people looked really annoyed. I doubt they will return.
Great meal and great customer service. Would recommend to anyone thinking of going.
Booked at the last minute and was extremely pleased with both the service and the quality of the food. The staff were all very attentive. It does close at 21:00 during the week but definitely worth a visit.
Lovely meal which was very good value with the top table offer.
Nice intimate atmosphere and casual setting. Good food. Really let down down by the service - understaffed and under qualified.
Very good restaurant. I cloud enjoy British traditional dishes. It was pity that the Sunday roast was served until 5PM.
We had the 3 course set menu with a free cocktail for £29. The food was delicious though the main course portion was on the small side. The wine is expensive starting at £30 a bottle and with service and coffee we paid £55 each.