We believe Welsh produce to be amongst the best in the world, which is why we use so much of it daily in our dishes, and have a bar packed
We believe Welsh produce to be amongst the best in the world, which is why we use so much of it daily in our dishes, and have a bar packed with Welsh beers, ciders and spirits.
So, on St. David’s day, we’re holding our All Welsh Food & Drink Dinner. We’ll be championing the Welsh food and drink industry with six courses using only Welsh produce. To accompany each dish will be a Welsh wine, beer, spirit or liqueur.
The menu will be served to one large communal table, with only twenty spaces available. Call us on 01443 402934 now, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any enquiries.
Sautéed cockles, laverbread and pancetta on sourdough toast with charred lemon
Served with Da Mhile Seaweed Gin, Ceredigion
Baked Sewin (Welsh sea trout) wrapped in leek and bacon with stone baked whole meal bread and home-made butter
Served with Hallett’s Oak-Aged Cider, Blaengawney farm, Caerphilly
Chump of Welsh lamb on buttered crushed Pemrokeshire potatoes, braised fennel and charred baby leeks with red wine jus
Served with Ancré Hill Pinot Noir, Monmouth
Bara Brith and Merlyn cream liqueur cheesecake
Served with Penderyn’s Merlyn cream liqueur, Brecon Beacons
Five Welsh cheeses with 5 Welsh Breads and pickles
Served with Otley Brewing Co., O6 Porter, Pontypridd
‘Coal-Town’ Welsh-roasted coffee and Nom Nom chocolate beans
Served with Penderyn Legend Whisky, Brecon Beacons
(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm