We were ten minutes early for our reservation and it was absolutely chucking it down outside. We were rudely told that our table wasn't ready and told we had to leave as there was no room... so we did and went somewhere else!
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Three of us had dinner at Goodfellows, which is well situated in the centre of Wells. A busy place, suggest that you book beforehand. Service could have been better, as some new staff, and the table offered initially was dark and close to the bar...More
We ate here for my fiance's birthday. I was initially a little disappointed with the decor/ambience - it felt more daytime cafe than high end restaurant, however don't let that put you off. The service was very good and welcoming and you could not find...More
The food was excellent and good value but there were too many tables in close proximity. A shame as we have had very good experiences in the past.
We had looked at Goodfellows on the internet and thought this restaurant with Adam Fellows (Chef proprietor) sounded just our cup of tea ! Travelling from South Wales and arriving in Wells mid day Monday we popped in to book for Tuesday evening. Met by...More
We booked here as we have been before on holiday. We arrived to find it was Scandinavian taster menu evening and we were not told this when we booked. Luckily, we like seafood. We were given a table upstairs which was not particularly pleasant. The...More
My wife and I visited Goodfellows for the first time for dinner on Saturday. It's a restaurant we have long spoken about visiting. Positives - main courses were tasty, we had the hake and sea bass Negatives - Service was underwhelming and not attentive. When...More
Had lunch here. Limited menu focused mainly on seafood and deserts. Best value were the set menus inclusive wine. Note there is little choice outside fixed menus. My Hake accompanied with mash and mushrooms arrived at a lightning pace which suggested most of dish was...More
Stopped here for late lunch after arriving in town. This was the first place we came to that we liked the look of, walked past costa etc. after parking. Limited choice but very tasty and 20 quid for 2 including drinks.
A great little restaurant in the centre of Wells. Only a small menu but what they have is superb. Specialising in fresh fish. Staff were friendly and efficient. Fun to see the cooking (tv screen available if you have your back to the kitchen!) Excellent...More