Offering a fresh and innovative take on British classics, The Treble Tile in Colchester is an absolute foodie haven. This chic and stylish gastropub in West Bergholt, not far from Colchester, boasts a menu with enticing and unique dishes and showcases a wide array of flavour combinations that blend together in delicious unison. To begin, sample the smoked salmon with preserved lemon yogurt, dill and turmeric pickled cucumber, before a main of mussels; slow-braised pork belly with caramel apple and pork jus or house made pie with all the trimmings. Or if you’re in for the Sunday roast, you’ll be wanting to arrive with a hearty appetite, that’s for sure. There is plenty of parking available as well as free WiFi and a relaxing beer garden for you to while the day away. You’ll find The Treble Tile on Colchester Road where reservations are absolutely essential.
Excellent food, excellent service really nice setting. A Sunday roast must destination! Thank you for looking after us Luca our little girl enjoyed her baby fish and chips when she finally woke up!
Great sunday roast and lovely desert. The staff were really friendly too. Don't get put off by the decor as it doesn't match up to the service or quality of food
The treble tile was very nice in it,s environment,service and taste of food. The only down side for us was the portion size. They were very small. The chicken Thai curry was tasty but only 3 pieces of chicken. The steak and chips, tasty but again small portions. Otherwise it was enjoyable
Lovely roast dinner on Easter Sunday, fresh vegetables and good value for money. It wasn't busy which was a shame as the atmosphere suffered. The staff however were very attentive and a great start to a 'soft' reopening. I will return again for an evening meal.
This was our first visit since the refurbishment, big improvement, but still retains it’s individually. It wasn’t very busy, it was a Thursday evening, so lacked a little in the atmospheric stacks, the ‘lift music’ didn’t add anything!! The service was very attentive and courses weren’t rushed out, which suited us as it was nice to chat over a leisurely meal, but the wait didn’t seem too long, so well balanced. Bread would have been a nice touch. The food was very nicely presented, and on the whole very good, I had the tempura cod, which wasn’t wonderful, small and dry, the steak didn’t come automatically with chips, the duck didn’t come with potato or anything similar and chips are the only extra available, plus you are adding to the cost of meal. Pudding choice is small and one item ordered by one of our party was unavailable, also all the items on the specials board, were on the menu. Overall I would recommend a visit and will certainly go again.
Loved it but sadly we were the only table in on a Friday evening - admittedly in January which is a quiet month but the place should be buzzing. Food was great, nice menu, friendly service. People need to support this place so we dont lose it. The owner has great plans for the future!
Really friendly staff. Good food but the portion sizes are small for a standard pub Sunday roast and the rest of the menu choice is very limited. The desserts seem somewhat over priced. Considering there was only two other tables occupied, the waiting time was poor. Nice bathrooms but the rest of the building is quite dilapidated. Unlikely to visit again.
Was disappointed with food. Not cheap and served up frozen chips. Restaurant was cold and the smell of paint was quite high. Service was good but need to up the quality of food.
Food ok but portions ridiculous. A la carte menu but s dessert spoon on mashed potato. Little alternative food choices and no atmosphere either. Will never go back. Forgot to add that it is expensive for what it is trying to be.