Struggling to think of something to do this Easter? Why not take the whole family out for a meal at your local Beefeater? With their new Spring menu full of meals to tickle your tastebuds, there is bound to be something for everyone. Booking a table couldn’t be any easier so why not treat yourself? We visited our local restaurant, the Moor Mill in Bricket Wood, yesterday and here is what we thought of it.
With such a variety on the new menu, we were hard pushed to choose something. Jack eventually decided to have the £5.99 kids deal and a vanilla milkshake. The kids deal included a starter, main, dessert and a glass of squash. He chose nachos, pizza and jelly & ice cream and from the mess around his face afterwards, I would say he enjoyed it too!
We opted for a sharing platter – this had lamb kofta, garlic mushrooms, chicken wings and so much more and tasted absolutely delicious!
Jack’s main arrived quite quickly which was very handy as it gave him a head start on us. He is a slow eater so this was a bonus and meant we all finished our mains around the same time.
Steve and I took some time perusing the menu before he chose the BBQ ribs & chicken and I opted for the new addition to the menu, the grilled salmon and vegetables. I also chose a jacket potato on the side.
Let me tell you…our mains were divine. The meat on Steve’s rack of ribs just fell off the bone and the bourbon sauce that they had was absolutely delicious, the best we have ever tasted. My salmon was nice and plump, cooked to perfection and the vegetables…well, they tasted absolutely incredible. Although I ordered the jacket potato myself I probably could have done without it as the meal was quite filling itself but it was all so delicious!
Of course we did then debate whether to have puddings. I was trying to be good and keep to plan as much as possible hence choosing the delicious salmon but I caved and ordered a Blackforest Gateau whilst Steve opted for a Cookie Dough Sundae. Jack’s jelly and ice cream kept him amused for ages – it’s his most favourite dessert EVER – and we took our time eating them. I don’t often get to eat Blackforest Gateau and as I was treating myself to it, I was going to enjoy every mouthful! Steve’s Cookie Dough Sundae looked incredible too – I may have to try it next time we visit!
Overall we had a really fantastic time at our local Beefeater. The food was affordable and delicious and it was great to see what the new additions to the menu were. Special thanks go to Lisa whose service was exceptional – she really went above and beyond and really kept Jack involved – he really loved her.
Are you going to visit your local Beefeater this Easter?
Our meal was compensated for the purpose of this review. All opinions are honest and my own.