not just great food , the service is also very good and I love the location now the brewers quay is reopened , you can join shopping and a lunch , will come back
Had an excellent meal where we had the Tapas, great price and amazing tastes, wine and beer was good and the staff attentive. If I had one comment that could be improved was that when ordering something like the king prawns and there's a party of four, they only gave 3! Disappointing for 1!!
Microwaved chicken casserole was edible but nothing there to make me want to return. Steak was cooked nicely with potatoes and a very plain salad. Calamari was over cooked almost burnt. Quiet dissapointing on the whole.
Great find for lunch, where we enjoyed Rosie's Home Made Fish Pie. Perfectly cooked, pipping hot with plenty of fish and not packed out with too much mash as you find and taste in some places. This area is in stark contrast to the main "seaside resort" of Weymouth with Olde World Charm and narrow streets tucked away from the... More
Do try this super little restaurant in Hope Square near the antiques Emporium. So much nicer than the 'chain' restaurants and pubs. The Crow's Nest has freshly cooked, interesting food in a very pleasant setting.
It is the "locals" that keep small restaurants going through the quiet winter months in a Holiday town such as Weymouth, and therefore value for money as well as great food is the key to success. We recently visited the Crows Nest with our great friends and neighbours and had a fantastic selection of very tasty Tapas, but it was... More
We have eaten at this establishment on previous occasions and I am pleased to say the standards are maintained at a high level. We both ate the scallops with black pudding, mixed salad and chunks of granary bread washed down with decent white wine. We sat outside in the sun under the trees and found the whole dining experience very... More
Tucked away in Hope Square, and sandwiched between the excellent Red Lion pub and another restaurant on the corner, this is a tiny, hidden gem. We went there for a large family celebration and the food was superb. One end of the table shared the very good tapas - highlights sardines, garlic prawns, patatas aioli (potatoes with garlic mayonnaise) -... More
Visited September 2013. The summer holiday season was finished and so the restaurant was quiet. We had read previous reviews about the quality and planned to try it out before we left. The menu caters for all tastes and the quality is outstanding. Friendly welcome, lovely service and have no reservations about recommending this tapas bar as a must visit... More
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