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Eating Out – Don’t Tell Titus – Bar and Restaurant

By Tom 0
21 August 2015

When an evening filled with the prospect of a double date and a restaurant renowned for good food come together, they deliver results. Especially if that restaurant is called Don’t Tell Titus in Saltaire. Saltaire is only a short drive from where I live and is an ideal place for anyone to visit due to it’s collection of bars, cafés and restaurants including Aagrah, The Hop, The Boathouse and Fanny’s Ale House to name just a few.

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Don’t Tell Titus Logo

Don’t Tell Titus is a bar and restaurant with the bar located downstairs and a small, dainty, restaurant upstairs. The bar itself serves various ales, ciders and lagers including local brews too, while upstairs in the restaurant they have a rather tantalising selection of starters, mains and desserts.

If you’re looking for a small snack or some nibbles they have a separate bar menu where they serve anything from tapas, curries and salads to sandwiches and full English breakfasts.

Don't Tell Titus - Starters

Don’t Tell Titus – Starters

The main menu itself has a delightful selection of tasty treats including home made soup and my favorite, poached eggs. All for a very reasonable price too, the items on the menu don’t cost a lot in comparison to other restaurants but they are definitely worth every single penny.

While we were there, we all decided to order a starter and a main each. I for one, chose the poached egg starter. Nothing can beat a good poached egg and to go alongside, grilled asparagus, black pepper and hollandaise.

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Grilled Asparagus, Black Pepper, Poached Egg and Hollandaise.

The starter itself was nicely presented and tasted even better, The asparagus was grilled and cooked to perfection, as too was the poached egg perfectly cooked with a gooey, runny yolk.  Overall, I was pleased with my choice of a starter and would probably have the same again.

For my main meal I decided that I would go for the Chicken option. You can never go too wrong with Chicken, no matter how it is cooked (as long as it is cooked properly) you can have it with many, many different sauces and flavorings.

On the menu was Pan-fried chicken breast with tenderstem broccoli and broad bean nage. Winner. This sounded great and also nutritious, tenderstem Broccoli is fully loaded with vitamin C, vitamin A, Iron and Calcium. Both of these vitamins help make up our antioxidant capacity; read more about antioxidants here.

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Pan-fried chicken breast with tenderstem broccoli and broad bean nage.

Clearly, this dish was a good choice; it not only came presented well, cooked perfectly but also tasted great. The quality of the food was top notch for both of my meals.

We all had different meals while we were there which was great because we got to sample different palates and had more of an insight into their cooking, presentation and quality.

Would I go again? Definitely. Was it good value for the money? Yes; the quality was excellent. The staff are all very friendly, the room is small but not crowded with nice ambient background music. Well done Don’t Tell Titus team. We’ll be back.

Don't Tell Titus - Main Meals

Don’t Tell Titus – Main Meals

If you would like to view their menu’s please visit the links below.

You can also get in touch with the Don’t Tell Titus team to book your reservation from their website www.donttelltitus.co.uk or get in touch with them via Twitter with the username @donttelltitus. Alternatively, get in touch with the team on Facebook.

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Tom has been in the fitness industry for over 8 years. He is qualified in functional movement, Kettlebells, Boxercise, Nutrition and many other qualifications. Tom is also the founder and director of ActivityX. For more information on Tom, see his trainer profile.

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