Food, Drink & Restaurants

Dining With Table Table : Review

Last Sunday the Clearly Family embarked on our first ever restaurant review, a reason for never reviewing food before is the simple fact I am a terrible cook, my presentation is disgraceful and I have absolutely no patience. I live by a “seefood” theory, I never usually give chance to allow photo’s to be taken before wanting to dig in.

This opportunity seemed like an ideal opportunity to dip my toe in the Food Bloggers water but also this is a family restaurant which provides ideal food for my terribly fussing eating Daughter. So with all that in mind we headed over to Table Table in Moseley Park, Wolverhampton to sample the foods and service.

To start with I struggled to actually find the restaurant, I knew it was close to the M52 junction 2 island but the building was really hidden from the road and I couldn’t see a sign anywhere telling me where the restaurant was. This was slightly worrying as passing trade could easily miss the location altogether unless travelling there for a reason.

Table TableUpon our arrival we were promptly greeted, checked in and shown to our table where we were given a few minutes to make our decisions on our drinks and meals. Our waitress, Jessica soon popped along, introduced herself and handed the kids their Activity Sheets and crayons of which caused a whole manner of excitement with colouring thus giving ClearlyDaddy and I 5 minutes peace to study the menu.

There is a new Autumn menu which is now available for grown ups which feature gorgeous autumn warmers like, Shepherd’s pie, Lamb Shanks, Brie and Cranberry Gormet Burger. The kids also have a new menu which features Awful Egyptians, this is something I remember from my childhood! Did you know kids eat free on weekdays before 5pm with a full paying adult meal?!

We choose to forgo starters as we tend to never be able to fit in 3 courses and having weighed up the desert menu we opted to have main course and pudding.

There is so much for the kids to choose from of which they can devise their own meal, simply pick 1 mummified main and then choose 2 smashing sides.

Table Table 1Here is what we chose;

ClearlyDaddy: A Sharps Brewery DoomBar beer, Beer Battered Fish & Chips, Mushy Peas, Coleslaw and Side Salad.

Myself: Pepsi Max, Brie and Cranberry Burger with a side of Battered Onion Rings.

Lewis: Pepsi Max, Tomato Penne Pasta, Tortilla Chips and Rice

Leah – Apple & Blackcurrant My-5 Fruit Shoot, Cod Cubes, Tortilla Chips and Peas.

Table Table 2We were all made up with all of the meals, the kids dinners were perfect portions for both of them. Unfortunately the kitchen reported there was no brie in stock for my burger at that time but I was more than happy to accept cheddar cheese as a replacement and the coleslaw was delicious.


Our puddings were absolutely amazing, again Lewis got a great deal with his as he ordered the Sweetie Sundae and was served with 3 bowls with the additional toppings in to make his own Sundae, cue one very impressed 5 year old! ClearlyDaddy ordered the Coconut Crunch of which is new to the Autumn Menu and contains Coconut Ice Cream, mixed granola and rum sauce. For Leah she had a plain Vanilla Ice Cream and Myself I had the Banana Waffle Ice Cream.

Table Table 3

Overall we really enjoyed our meal out with Table Table and we spent less than £60, given that was 4 meals, 4 puddings and 2 rounds of drinks (the fizzy drinks were unlimited refills) it was really good value for money. All the staff were immensely friendly, welcoming and interacted really well with myself and the kids it made the whole experience that more relaxing.

**This is not a sponsored post, we were provided with a family meal out at Table Table Moseley Park, Wolverhampton in return for a review. The staff did not know we were there to review until the end of the meal. All words and opinions are my own.

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