Brewers Fayre Autumn / Winter Menu Review

I was invited on behalf of Brewers Fayre to sample their new Autumn and Winter menu at my closest restaurant in Hampton (Peterborough).

Opting for a Friday evening, upon arriving at the restaurant it was already quite busy with families dining out, which is always a good sign.  Although I had been to this restaurant before I think when it first opened I failed to notice on that visit that it actually has a play area attached to the restaurant.  With kids that can easily get bored this is a really nice way to keep them entertained whilst waiting for food.  There is an additional payment for this of course which was £3 per child lasting up to 90 minutes of play.

The kids menu has a Beano theme which was nice and the kids pack came with a comic book and crayons too.

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On to the food, we all had 3 courses each. For starters, I had garlic breaded mushrooms, and the kids had garlic bread and tomato soup from the childrens menu.

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The starters all went down well, there was no garnish with my garlic mushrooms, but to be perfectly honest I never eat the garnish anyway so it suited me well!

Next up for the main course we opted for Chicken tikka masala, spaghetti Bolognese and grilled chicken with fries.

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The chicken tikka masala was tasty and had a slight kick to it, the naan was good, the only let down was the poppadom was chewy and not crisp how I like them to be.  The spaghetti Bolognese was the right size for my 9-year-old and along with the garlic bread he was satisfied.  The grilled chicken was tender and moist with the chips and peas again was a decent portion size for the 7 yr old.

We still had room for dessert of course!  I went for the warm brownie with ice cream and the boys both chose the donuts with dipping sauce and popping candy.

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Both desserts were a nice end to a decent meal at Brewers Fayre, and along with drinks came to a very reasonable price.  Combining the play area and a separate eating area (you can also eat within the play area should you wish), Brewers Fayre at Hampton Peterborough offers the family a pleasant dining experience and one which I would happily return to.

Similar to Beefeater, Brewers Fayre offer a loyalty scheme, where you accumulate points every time you dine out and eventually you can exchange those points for part of your meal on your next visit.

I liked the childrens menu and the choice on offer, and having a menu with the pictures included made it easy for my children to decide what they would like to eat.

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When it comes to value, Brewers Fayre is hard to beat. Their Daytime Value offer runs from 12 – 6pm Monday to Friday and means guests can enjoy two starters for £2.50, two mains for just £10.99 and two desserts for £2.50, so eating out doesn’t have to be limited to special occasions.

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