Had the breakfast was exactly as it said on the menu piping hot cooked to perfection pleasant staff and free refill on coffee included in price will go back for sure ☺
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It was a quiet night we were there and the staff were friendly and helpful. The food was ok, nothing special but very edible all the same.
Nice food but the staff were distracted and obviously concerned with something amusing as the girls kept giggling and forgetting things. Food was nice. I'll not go again but do not let this put you off.
My husband and I first came in 2009 for an evening meal. Great meal, lovely host and an excellent desert. Then I started work in Somerset and had to work in Wells in 2014 for a night a week staying at Bed and breakfast. The...More
I attended a wake yesterday afternoon at Beah's the food was excellent and the assortment of cakes were delicious. The staff were very attentive and helpful .
Visited for the first time tonight to celebrate my birthday with a very special friend.From the moment we walked through the door the welcome and the service was the best i had received in a long time.We decided to order from the set menu and...More
Took campervan to Wells Touring Park to visit Wookey Hole, Wells and friends who live in Weston-super-Mare. Came across Beah down a side street, sign could be a little clearer, but very glad we found it. Shared a starter of Hummus with mixed olives and...More
I was trying to think of a better adjective for the title, but everything I experienced was "good", nothing was outstanding. I dined in a group of 4. 3 of us had tangines which were really good. I had the soup of the day (French...More
Beah is hidden away just off the High Street in Wells. It's well worth seeking out. We received a warm welcome from the very friendly and attentive staff. The restaurant is bright and comfortable. I can highly recommend the duck pastilla and lamb tagine. Both...More
4 of us had a very nice dinner here last week. The restaurant is situated on the corner of a large car park which was surprisingly not busy for a friday evening in August. The emphasis is on Moroccan quisine and the place has a...More