I had dined at Quay Fifteen shortly after it opened and had been blown away by how excellent the service was and the food. Sadly on this occasion it was anything but impressive. The mixologist had no ingredients for even the commonest cocktails and those they did do were not good. Service was slow.
The braised beef had been cremated and was tough as old boots. The pheasant breast that arrived was more in line with the size of a pet budgie than a pheasant. It was vastly overpriced and such a pitiful portion for the money. Served on an uninspiring wedge of cabbage. I wish now we had taken a photo of it.
The wine was the only saving grace and was excellent but with the meal costing £55-60 per head we all left feeling robbed.
Quay Fifteen you need to raise your game. You started off well when you opened but last week was anything but good which was such a shame as we went there with high hopes for a great evening's dining
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.