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That’s all well & good you say, but why should I choose a ‘Seagers’ venue?
Our aim is to offer quality, yet simple, unpretentious food, within a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. We are not fine dining & deliberately so. We like to think that we offer casual dining at it’s best. Our front-of-house staff members are friendly, helpful, yet unobtrusive, allowing you to enjoy your experience without too much interference or interruption. Our grill chefs, assisted by their hard-working brigade, are some of the most experienced in the country, ensuring that your food is consistently cooked to your liking. Our cleaning & maintenance staff whistle while they work, (well maybe not, but they are a happy bunch & have been known to sing out loud on a regular basis), & keep the place in tip-top condition.
We were once reviewed as ‘friendly enough for a quick lunch & stylish enough for a special occasion’ an accolade we are happy to accept, along with the title of ‘Gastro-Pub’ of the year 2015, as voted by the readers of the Evening Post & ‘Swansea Life’ magazine, the biggest awards in this part of the world.
Food at our outlets is served from Noon-9pm, seven days a week* so you’ll never be ‘too late for lunch’. We offer the widest range of steaks & grills in the area, along with a selection of fish & traditional favourites. Sunday lunch is also available Sunday (obviously), from Noon, but get it early ‘cos when it’s gone,it’s gone! But don’t worry the steaks & grills just keep on coming.
But whatever we say the ‘proof is in the eating’ & eating is the name of the game. We also offer a full range of beers, wines & spirits & our coffee is arguably the best around, (we use only 100% Arabica beans). Yet don’t take our word for it, find out for yourself. Book your table today. We accept all major credit cards & good old-fashioned cash. We also offer a loyalty scheme should you choose to become a ‘friend of the family’.
‘When it comes to Steaks…., it has to be Seagers’.
*serving times may change Xmas/Boxing Day etc. Apparently even hard-working hospitality workers deserve a break, (bah, humbug).