Christmas menu at Table Table: review

Christmas menu at Table Table: review

‘Tis the season for eating your body weight in carbs, gravy and chocolate… or something like that. I’m a bit of a foodie and I love Christmas time because everyone knows the rule that calories don’t count at Christmas, right? In all seriousness it’s a time to be with family and friends and like many people, most of our social get togethers revolve around food and drink. So when we were invited by Table Table to try their Christmas menu at the Showground near Norwich, I jumped at the chance. I’m always on the lookout for new venues that are child friendly and in good locations to meet friends.

We went for lunch on Sunday and had the full three courses. (Well, it is Christmas.)

Christmas menu pin


I had Crispy Mushrooms with a BBQ dip to start and Matt had Tomato Soup with Roasted Red Pepper. I didn’t Instagram it, but I did take a photo, because it was presented really nicely.

Christmas menu starter

The staff were really friendly and asked if we wanted Miss Belle’s meal to come out with our starter, which we opted for. They also got us a high chair and a children’s menu with crayons for her to draw (or should I say for me to draw her a plane and a sun, for a change!)


Matt and I both had Turkey with all the trimmings for our main. Some may say I’m hard to please because I’m always very critical if there’s not enough gravy. Being from up North, copious amounts of gravy is a must. Luckily I had plenty, along with loads of roasties, a Yorkshire pudding, a pig in blanket, traditional sprouts and really tasty buttery carrots. The only thing I missed was a couple of roast parsnips.

Christmas menu Table Table main

Miss Belle tasting Christmas menu

Miss Belle tucked straight into hers and really enjoyed the turkey, roast potatoes and Yorkshire pudding. She loves her veg but it only came with peas so I gave her a few of my carrots. Unsurprisingly she spat out the sprout I offered her! It was a child’s portion so obviously quite big for her as it would cater for older children too, but she gave it a really good go!


We had a little pause then it was pudding time. Matt, ever the traditionalist, had Christmas pudding with brandy cream. I had chocolate brownie and ice cream and Miss Belle had a huge bowl of ice cream with a wafer and a bit of caramel sauce. She wolfed it down!

Christmas menu child dessert

Christmas menu dessert Table Table

A nice Christmas venue

The restaurant was really busy with lots of families enjoying the new Christmas menu. There was a nice festive atmosphere.  The tables were decorated and we had crackers, party poppers and those party tooter things (is that their real name?). Miss Belle enjoyed playing peekaboo with her Christmas hat.

Christmas menu review at Table Table

Trying Table Table Christmas menu

There were other less traditional options on the Christmas menu too if you fancy something other than Turkey. You can opt for rump steak, salmon with a prawn and lobster sauce, a festive burger and a veggie option. There were several puddings too.

We all left feeling very full and having had a really nice Christmas lunch. I would definitely go back with friends, especially those with children. I already want to try out the festive burger if I’m honest! Two courses would normally cost you £15.99 and three would be £19.49. The children’s festive menu of traditional roast turkey followed by either Christmas pudding or ice cream, is £6.99. For the quality, taste and service I think it’s really good value.

If you’re looking for a child friendly venue to meet up with friends of family this Christmas, then check out year nearest Table Table restaurant.


My Random Musings


My Random Musings

**Disclosure**  Many thanks to Table Table for gifting us our meal in return for an honest review. All opinions are my own. 


  1. 6th December 2016 / 2:47 pm

    If we’re up in that neck of the woods, we might pop in (I have a brother living not too far away). The party tooters are always fun and the food looks plentiful. Enjoy the rest of the Christmas season! #BigPinkLink

    • thisismenow
      6th December 2016 / 5:36 pm

      Thanks Jo x

  2. 6th December 2016 / 4:43 pm

    Fabulous food! It looks like you had a good time. I would love to do more restaurants reviews to! So fun to discover new places!

    • thisismenow
      6th December 2016 / 5:30 pm

      I know, I really enjoyed it!

  3. 6th December 2016 / 8:36 pm

    That meal looks really tasty, roast dinners are my favourite dinner!

  4. 7th December 2016 / 8:05 pm

    Very festive to be going out for a Christmas meal. I’ve always had good experiences at table table!! Thanks for linking up to #familyfun

  5. 7th December 2016 / 9:37 pm

    Well all this looks lovely, and really good value too. I’m sure we have a Table Table near us.

  6. 8th December 2016 / 2:38 pm

    You are my kind of people. How rude would we be to not try this cookie, cupcake, Christmas feasts =) Haha. Your meal looked delicious! #SharingTheBlogLove

  7. 8th December 2016 / 9:42 pm

    Calories absolutely do not count at Christmas! I am with you, chocolate brownie all the way. It looks yummy, I could so go for a roast now. A really reasonable cost for a Christmas dinner too, winning all round I feel. Thanks for sharing at #familyfun xx

    • thisismenow
      9th December 2016 / 2:50 pm

      Yeh it’s really good value I think. Thanks for reading and hosting x

  8. Katy - Hot Pink Wellingtons
    9th December 2016 / 9:22 pm

    Ooh that looks like a great roast! I love lots of gravy too, and a real bonus when you get a Yorkshire pudding when it’s not beef! I’d totally have gone for that chocolate brownie too – the big scoop of ice cream on top looks perfect! Thanks so much for joining us again at #SharingtheBlogLove

  9. 9th December 2016 / 10:15 pm

    Sorry did I just read that right – Miss Belle loves her veg?! You lucky thing – pls tell me your secrets!!!! Seriously, looks like a lovely family meal. Your photos are making me VERY hungry xx #familyfun

  10. Hannah G, The 'Ordinary' Mum
    11th December 2016 / 2:45 pm

    Food all looks and sounds delicious, we have a local Table Table that we regularly pop to due to their brilliant childrens menu. Might have to pop over for a little Christmas dinner now! Thank you for sharing with #bigpinklink x

  11. 12th December 2016 / 8:34 pm

    I would have been spoilt for choice, I love both those starters. My husband would definitely of wanted the festive burger and the brownie is always a winner with both of us. It looks a great menu and price! Thank you for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove x

    • thisismenow
      13th December 2016 / 7:41 pm

      Thanks for hosting. The brownie was gooooood! xx

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