Lunch: Mon - Fri 12pm-2.30pm
Supper: Mon - Sat: 6.30pm-9.30pm
We like to think the Bunch of Grapes is how a great pub should be, a friendly welcoming bar serving award winning ales ciders and bottle beers in front of a roaring log fire with a restaurant attached that also serves award winning food. Using locally sourced seasonal produce with creativity and flair but without pretence.
A pub where you are likely to walk in to beer festival one day with a Welsh choir in full voice and return another to find a Welsh cheese and cider festival in the main bar.
Where you can enjoy a home made pie and mash in the bar with a pint of Welsh ale while cheering on the Welsh rugby and then return with friends to a fine dining meal in the restaurant with wines from around the world the next.
But if you prefer you can just sit in the corner, read your paper, enjoy your beer and be happy you have found us.
We are looking for the right individual to join a forward thinking, award winning pub team, with job development opportunities for an enthusiastic, passionate and creative candidate.
The Bunch of Grapes is the ‘AA Pub of the Year for Wales 2014-2015′ and the CAMRA ‘Pub of the Year 2014′ for Mid Glamorgan. As such, excellent customer service is an absolute must, with an interest in and knowledge of food.
Previous experience in similar food serving roles required as well as some knowledge of wine.
Candidate will be required to work both individually and with others on the bar, as part of a larger front of house team.
10-20 hours per week working to a flexible rota system. Shifts will invariably include evenings and weekends where public transport may not be available.
We look forward to meeting our new addition to The Bunch of Grapes team.
Applicants should send their CV by e-mail marked ‘FAO: Gareth’ to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday 14th from 6pm
To warm us up this January our regular Cheese night returns, with a slight change to the format.
We’ll be running a special menu for the evening consisting of a variety of cheese styles cooked in many different ways, but all served hot!
Expect to see cheeses baked, deep fried, fondue-style, smoked, marinated and souffled!
Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th in the restaurant from 6.30pm.
Once again we celebrate the best of traditional Scottish cuisine on the night that celebrates the life and poetry of Scottish poet Robert Burns.
A special 3 course menu will be available in our candle-lit restaurant, with the option of adding matching whiskies to your evening as our whisky expert wanders from table to table to talk you through the single malts.
This menu must be reserved in advance.
This Thursday marks the start of our annual American Thanksgiving Festival, with the following Menu running from Thursday to Saturday alongside imported draught beers, bottles and American style Real Ales.
We have live music Friday night from ‘Kitty’s Trio’ playing a wide selection from the great american songbook from 8pm. On Saturday night bluegrass/country/americana band ‘The Garth Mountain Boys’ will be filling the bar from 8pm. Read More