Popped into Steamers for a quick bowl of soup with friends. It was tasty and the bread good. A nice break.
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What an amazing little restaurant this is. Tucked away off the main street, though well signposted, you must visit if you're near Beer and you love good food. We had a shared taster starter, so many flavours, a treat to the tongue. The mains, plaice...More
This was our first visit to this restaurant to celebrate a birthday. Being on the wrong side of 70 and with diet issues, we requested a fish menu and without onions on the salad. Not only was the salad as requested but without any comment...More
We had dinner here and were impressed by the service and food. With a single waitress and small kitchen the food and service were of a high standard. The fish is very fresh and probably has not travelled far from the seafront. The wine is...More
Very impressed with the quality of food offered here. Went with the taster menu which gave the opportunity to try a verity of styles. All very good. It was on the quiet side, that said it was early evening, midweek at the end of season.
Dinner at Steamers, nice decor,nice jolly welcome, very helpful waitress,we had the tasting menu,all very good and very different,3 tastes on each of 3 courses and a good bottle of wine, all very well done,at a reasonable price.
I have been a number of times in a group of four when we visit Beer. As always it's great, my companions always go for the fish tasting menu which they always enjoy. I don't eat fish but there is always something lovely, this time...More
Tucked away in the village, we really enjoyed an evening meal at this lovely restaurant. The seafood taster meal was delicious, all nicely cooked and well presented. Wine was at the right temperature and the service was very good. Highly recommended.