I have spoken and reviewed Beefeater before, we always find them to be great value for money and places to go as a family.
The Plough at Dover invited us to show their newly refurbished look and revamped menu, we were keen to see the improvements as before it was not a restaurant we would have chosen to go to.
Ideally located just outside the town, looking out over the cliffs it’s in a great location for us for family days out, we took along my Stepmum and Deacon for a spot of weekday lunch.
We were met with an inviting entrance, all clean and very well presented, we were sat straight away and offered a choice of tables for what suited us.
I instantly loved the new feel of the decor, with generous tables for any size party from 2 to 12 (which pleases me for our extended family meals out), no table felt squashed with plenty of room around every table giving a comfortable dining experience.
The colours in beautiful greys, mustard, greens and wooden tones made it feels cozy and inviting. Deacon and I in particular loved all the modern art, from Origami to sewn cows heads, it has an element of fun and modern art to it.
The restaurant has a lovely large wall of windows, which allows in a great deal of natural light allowing you to appreciate the views out.
Not only was the bar and restaurant refurbished to a lovely standard the menu has had a revamp too, offering so much choice, many veggie dishes, mussels, fish, burgers and of course what Beefeater are famous for, their Steak.
All the staff have been trained in Steak and Wine along with the makeover and we found them very knowledgeable indeed.
Our meals were delicious, my Steak was cooked to perfection and my meal size was incredible considering it was from the £10 lunch menu. The restaurant also offers great kids meals, with the ability to choose 2 sides per child meal, Deacon loved his Pasta and Chips (he loves his strange combos).
No plate had food left on, the food was brilliant and such amazing value, Ashley was particularly impressed that the Triple Cooked Chips are endless, so he had a second portion of course.
I could not find a negative to say about our experience, everything was excellent including our Waitress Emma who was by far one of the best I have met in a long time.
We will definitely be heading back, we have plans to try out their all you can eat Breakfast on a weekend and come the Easter Hols we are heading down all the family for a nice lunch before going for a walk across the road at Samphire Hoe.
If you are local to a Beefeater I urge you to check them out, the refurbishments are taking place across the country and if Dover is anything to go by you do not want to miss out.
*We were compensated the cost of our meal for this review but we genuinely loved it!