Eating Out

Treffry Tavern Table Table Restaurant Newquay Review

Posted on
September 21, 2015

We have visited Trevella Park in Newquay twice now and one of the highlights of our stay is always a meal at Table Table restaurant The Treffry Tavern which is named after Jospeh Thomas Treffry, a local Cornish engineer.
The restaurant was busy when we arrived but they found us a table and seated us quickly. The kids spotted a good selection of books that were on offer and selected the ones they wanted to read whilst we waited for our drinks to arrive. Isaac chose Dr Who and is now watching all the old series with him.
They also received Horrible Histories Packs with their menu’s which they took back and completed in the caravan as they were so content with their books.
Treffry Tavern
The kids menu’s at Table Table are just £3.99 for a main course and either a starter or dessert which is very reasonable and we really appreciated the flexibility of being able to choose two sides for each meal as my lot can be fussy monkeys! The adult autumn menu had just been introduced and was packed full of delicious warming meals now the weather id getting cooler.
Despite being rushed off their feet our meals arrived within 20 minutes and we had to tear the kids away from their books to begin eating.
Treffry Tavern
I went for the chicken and leek pie which was delicious but very filling, hubby went for the double stack steak burger and Kian had the Streaky Bacon and cheese topped chicken breast. The kids were less adventurous with chicken pops, but all chose different side dishes.
The service was brilliant, with the waiter checking we were ok and hurrying off to get Isaac some barbecue sauce. The tables were cleared quickly once we had finished and our dessert order taken.
Treffry Tavern
There was one thing on the dessert menu that caught all our eye – the Jaffa Cake Sundae. Vanilla and chocolate ice cream, mixed with Jaffa Cake pieces, orange syrup and chocolate flavoured sauce, topped with a whip of cream and a Jaffa Cake, Oh my, it was delicious!!!
Isaac, Eliza and Sebby all chose the Scary Face Sundae which is vanilla ice cream, strawberry laces, mini chocolate beans, milk teeth gums and a cone for the kids to make scary sundaes?
Full to bursting it was time to go, with our bill coming in at £75 which is very reasonable for a family of six. We were cursing for not checking our emails after as found a £10 off voucher when we got home.
As we left the waiter apologised for any delays, which we had not noticed. Apparently it was his first day and had been pulled from the bar to cover for someone who had phoned in ill. He had nothing to worry about, the service was excellent and the only thing that gave away they were short staffed was the empty glasses we spotted being stacked up on the bar as we left.
We will certainly be back to the Treffry Tavern on our next visit to Cornwall.

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    Helen Neale

    September 24, 2015

    What a fabulous idea with the Horrid Henry packs!! This sounds like a rather lovely restaurant and that jaffa cake pudding looks delish! We’ll add it to our places to visit when we next go to Cornwall. Thanks for sharing this lovely write up. Hx

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    September 24, 2015

    It sounds lovely, yes very reasonable for £75 for a family of 6!!

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    Fritha Strickland

    September 24, 2015

    you can’t beat pie and chips can you! I’m really craving that at the moment! x

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    sam fernley

    September 24, 2015

    Just had a nosy at the autumn menu – red pepper quiche or vegetable pie for me. Love that they give a Horrible Histories pack to the children, great idea. Those sundaes sound amazing!

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    Kate Williams

    September 24, 2015

    That looks yummy! We love Cornwall so we’ll have to check it out next time we visit.

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    Joanne Dewberry

    September 24, 2015

    Don’t think I’ve ever eaten at a Table Table before. The Horrible Histories packs would go down well though!

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    angela hamilton

    September 24, 2015

    that is very reasonable for a family of six! Love that they had books for the children and I am jealous, where is my Horrible Histories pack? lol
    It cost us £47 for a family of 4 tonight at the Beefeater

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    September 24, 2015

    My boys would have loved the HH packs. I like the side options on the kids meals and they are really reasonably priced too

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    September 24, 2015

    That is good value and sounds like great service. I liked it when staff have their first day they are usually very good but apologetic.

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    September 25, 2015

    Love family friendly restaurants like this, great food and amazing customer care, always a winner in my books!xx

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    September 27, 2015

    Those puddings looks delicious, I’m a sucker for anything choclatey

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    Charly Dove

    September 28, 2015

    Ooh how fabulous Kara, sounds like it’s a great place for lunch. Especially like the sound of that pudding with a Jaffa Cake. LOVE Jaffa Cakes!

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    Donna @OrdCyclingGirl

    September 28, 2015

    The jaffa cake sundae would have caught my eye too! Love it when the little ones get as good service as the grown ups do. Makes dining out so much easier.

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