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Taylors is a family run business serving the simple food that we have made and loved over the years. Our Art deco styled restaurant is called Taylors after our grandson. The restaurant has a bar area called Tias named after our granddaughter. So we also welcome customers who would just like to relax with a drink. Please come in and enjoy!
All reviews mussels seafood sea bass dover sole steak sunday roast yorkshire pudding fries chicken art deco lovely food fine dining great restaurant mouth watering main course be visiting again lovely evening
We went last night for birthday meal for my husband had really lovely food good service and very good price have been before and will definitely go again the Sunday lunch menu looks good would highly recommend 👍😀
I came here with my partner & his Mother for Sunday lunch & had a really excellent meal. We shared two starters between us - halloumi fries & calamari - delicious! & for our mains, I had the vegetarian roast, which was lovely & my...companions had the beef & the lamb, which were equally good. The meals came with a good selection of vegetables & with gravy, the portion sizes were perfect. Also, the Peach Bellinis that we had on arrival & the bottle of Pulpo Albarino went really well with the meal. We'll definitely be coming again!More
Had the Sunday lunch roast lamb but said I was gluten free but was given my meal minus gravy and minus Yorkshire pudding. For goodness sake, Taylor’s, get some gluten free gravy in your stock room. If you make your own gravy then make some...with cornflour and freeze it for gluten free guests. If you don’t serve the Yorkshire pudding at least offer an extra potato instead. The dry meal was not good to eat and consisted of overdone lamb, tiny portions of vegetables and two minuscule roast potatoes. Very disappointed so won’t be visiting again.More
Taylor's is a great restaurant. The food was the best we had all week. I'd definitely recommend the scallops from the specials board and grilled sea bass from the main menu. The staff were fantastic with my baby daughter - they pushed and rocked her...whilst I ate, life saver!More
We have lived in Broadstairs for 2 years but only visited this restaurant last week for the first time. Partly the delay has been down to the fact that it doesn’t always look open, (entrance not well lit) and the menu display outside is uninspiring....We also didn’t know anyone who had been. Better marketing is definitely needed. The decor inside is Art Deco and stylish. Some of the staff dress smartly. A Rat Pack style night would work really well.
We went for Sunday lunch and tried salt and pepper chilli squid, roast guinea fowl and rhubarb rumble. It was all absolutely delicious. Guinea fowl isn’t easy to get right but both that and the squid were amazingly tender and flavoursome.
As a result we went back last night for the special menu with magic night. The guy doing card tricks was both amusing and very clever. Could have done with a bit more of home.
The menus was very simple and advertised as fine dining. However, the menu was poorly written and certainly wouldn’t have encouraged us to book, had we not enjoyed the Sunday lunch so much.
One example is Fish and Chips was an option. Hardly fine dining. No description of the seasoning or flavouring in the batter and no vegetables mentioned. However, it was well cooked, very crispy light batter and really tasty mushy peas with a kick was included.
The chicken main course was described as chicken, salad and chips. Again not inspiring. The waitress did not know how the chicken was to be seasoned and said it was plain ( boring). We were offered a mustard cream sauce. The chicken had been extremely well seasoned, had a lot of flavour, was very tender and the mustard sauce was delicious.
We’re the chips double,triple cooked?
The cocktails were fantastic. It is also a cocktail bar and there are tables set out for those coming in for a drink. Try it.
We will definitely be back but if this restaurant really wants to attract more customers to enjoy its lovely food, in my humble opinion, it needs to make a few small changes to stand out from the crowd:-
1. All the staff need to be smart (no jeans)
2. All staff need to know what’s in the food and how it’s cooked.
3. The menu needs to be more descriptive.
4. Better menu display outside.
5. Promote the cocktail bar side.More
We first visited this restaurant when it first opened three years ago and vowed to go back again. We returned tonight and it hadn't changed, thank goodness! The service and staff/owners are first class. It has a "select" menu, and the food is excellent. I...hope it stays around for many years to come and will still be there when we return in another three years. Thank you for a lovely evening.More
Response from 928nickyd | Reviewed this property |
If you are on Facebook, go to their Facebook page and message them- that tends to get answered in an hour or two. Or phone their pub- The Balmoral (next door) and book through them. Worth persevering. The food is lovely
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