Three Lamps Swansea Review

Three Lamps Swansea Review

It’s a very exciting time to be a foodie in Swansea, with the opening of brand new restaurants such as Jupiter Place, Old Havana, Meatery & Martini Co and now we can add the opening of Three Lamps to our list of exciting new eateries to visit.

I recently visited the Three Lamps after my last bridal appointment. It was their first day of their new menu launch and we popped in for lunch, since then they have now widened their menus to include breakfast, lunch and dinner.

I started off with some delicious brie and a tomato and chilli chutney, I absolutely love cheese, and brie and cranberry is possibly one of my favourite dishes in the whole world and it was executed well, I did not think I’d like the chutney as I’m not a fan of tomatoes but blended with the chilli it was really tasty.

For my main, I enjoyed the halloumi salad with beetroot, bulger wheat and a lemon dressing. This was delicious, my only criticism was too much beetroot, but not a massive issue.


For pudding we had two classics, a vanilla cheesecake and a chocolate brownie. Again, both delicious. I honestly could not fault a thing, the manager on duty was great, she checked in on us and was very grateful for our feedback.

We both really enjoyed our meals and the price for three courses was just under £15 each. I do believe since our first visit prices may have changed slightly so I’ve popped the menu below for you to look at.

Three Lamps Breakfast & Lunch Menu

If you’re in the area I highly recommend popping into Three Lamps for a bite to eat and since they’ve introduced a full menu perhaps we’ll even bump into each other.

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