Each day, before midday we upload the day's menus, it's always nice to whet your appetite before you even get to us. We also add in more detail about each dish in case you need to check out the ingredients for allergen information.
Wines that are available by the glass are sold in 125ml measure. Larger sizes of 175ml and 250ml are also available and are priced accordingly.
£16.95£3.10(1) Columbard Sauvignon, CrusanA soft Sauvignon nose, this is a crisp white with a citrus lift but the Columbard keeps it friendly.
£19.45£3.55(2)Sauvignon Blanc, Tierra This is herbaceous in style with a distinct nettley aroma: a fine demonstration of Sauvignon's varietal characteristics.
£19.95£3.65(3) Il Badalisc Pinot Grigio, IGT delle VenezieRipe apple aromas with hints of honey and peach. On the Palate the wine is textural with layers of orchard fruit, spice and fresh acidity.
£25.95 (4) Picpoul de Pinet Les GirellesBone-dry and mineralic with great texture. If you enjoy a crisp Sauvignon, this should float your boat.
£33.25 (5) Sancerre, Les Collinettes; Joseph MellotCrisp, clean, refreshing: an elegant and lean wine that avoids any harshness or austerity: this is just as God decreed.
£27.95 (6) Gymnasium 'Fritz Willi' Riesling, Mosel Chill out, put your feet up, and welcome Fritz Willi - a deliciously irreverent modern Riesling. Fragrant aromas of ripe apricots, citrus and apple. Minerality and ripe, rounded stone fruit flavours and balanced by zesty lemon sherbert characters - giving
£22.75£4.15(7) Sauvignon Blanc, Riverstone RidgeClassic Kiwi kit - gooseberries and asparagus, with lots of elegant tropical fruit that just keeps going and going.
£21.25£3.90(8) Garganega, Villa Almadi - ItalyLightly deep straw-yellow. Full, warm, soft, very persistent. Intense aroma, elegant, complex, fruity, spicy. Classic flavor of apples.
£17.95£3.30(9) J Brader Piesporter - GermanyThis elegant white from the Mosel Valley, near the village of Piesport, evokes aromas of nectarine and wildflowers. It's flavours of ripe pears and crisp apples lead to a long, off dry finish.
£20.95 (10) Viognier, Rare Vineyards Marsanne This is a blend of Rhone varieties which have been transplanted to the warm vineyards of the d'Oc region of southern France.Unoaked, you'll find a soft Mediterranean peachiness.
£26.45 (11) Raimat AlbarinoRefreshing citrus with peach hints: Albarino is the new kid on the block and is proving extremely popular.
£19.85 (12) Torrontes, Etchart Privado Juicy and fragrant lychees, melon and elderflower. If I had but twenty pounds left in the world, this is what I would do with it.
£33.45 (13) Rousanne-Marsanne, Alto Los Romeros, Colchagua ValleyRousanne and Marsanne are classic southern French varieties that thrive in Chile’s reliably sunny climate. Rousanne adds spicy pair notes and body, while Marsanne has a fresh, hiney, floral character with good acidity.
£34.95 (14) Paul Deloux Chablis - France Mouthwateringly fresh, flowery and zingy, not a oak barrel in sight making this a winner all day (and night) long
£24.95 (15) Macon l'AuroreSome less expensive white Burgundy can get a bit ponderous, but not this little number with its figure-hugging cloak of oak.
£39.95 (16) Chablis, Dom de la Motte; Premier CruThese days, too often Chablis can be mean, lean and plain unfriendly, but this is old school aromatic buttery lovliness.
£25.00 (17) Mount Horrocks, Watervale Semillon, Clare VallyVery pale lemon-straw. Lemon curd, vanilla pod spice and ripe apple. Beautifully textured and layered wine, delicious apple, apricot and pear fruit combined with excellent oak and barrel ferment character, giving richness and length. Has a satisfying roun
£18.45£3.40(18) Chenin Blanc, Kleine Zalze Bush Vines Really rounded, silky, weighty and oaky but with a touch of lemon. Bags of yellow tropical fruit leap out like gazelles from the bush. One step up from dry, but it never cloys.
£20.45£3.75(19) Chardonnay, False Bay Good Chardonnay flavours with pineapple overtones: this is concentrated but fresh as a result of the absence of the old oak tree.
£34.25 (20) Pouilly-Fumee Cuvee du Tronsec, Joseph MellotGunflint on the nose, with a slightly citrus edge to the Sauvignon that keeps it fresh but rounded: an aristocrat.
£21.95 (21) Araldica gavi 'La Luciana'A gently aromatic, dry white with green apple, lime and herbaceous characters, typical of the local Cortese grape. Lightly savourly notes combine with fruit flavours to give a pleasantly textured palate.
£29.95 (22) Yealands Pinot GrisSoft and voluptuous, but not flabby - this has a gentle underlying acidity that keeps it fresh in the mouth.
£39.95£7.95(23) Louis Dornier, BrutThis is full and rounded, with flavours to savour. A real find for us.
£49.95 (24) Perrier Jouet Grand Brut NV - FrancePush the boat out with this Grande Marque, well known for its friendly and open style. Perrier Jouet have been making Champagne since 1811, and they've pretty much nailed it by now.
£59.95 (25) Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut - FrancePush the boat out with this Grande Marque, well known for its full-bodied, biscuity style
£7.95 (26) Prosecco Lunetta 200ml - ItalyOver one and a half glasses of green fruit-laden bubbles. Also available as a rose (27).
£24.95 (28) Prosecco Brut Le Dolci Colline - ItalyGood Prosecco nose with a salty tang. Breakfast for the brave.
£24.95 (29) Sparkling Rose Pinot GrigioThis loveable Italian thoroughbred has the mereist lick of red grape that gives it a light blush. Dry, fresh and fruity, an all round well-balanced specimen.
£16.95£3.10(30) Solandia Nero d'AvolaDeep ruby in colour, the full bouquet of cherry and blackberry gives way to subtle flavours of figs and ripe fruits: this is proper kit.
£18.95£3.40(31) Mucho Mas Merlot - ChileA deeply coloured and juicy Merlot. Rich and plumy flavours with herbaceous overtones. This very popular and fresh wine drinks well on its own, but if there is soft cheese around, more yumminess happens
£20.95£3.85(32) Pinot Noir, Rare VineyardsExcellent Pinot character which remains vibrant and alive in the mouth.
£21.95 (33) Chianti Reserva, Teuzzo CecchiChianti as it should be, before they started stuffing it full of Cabernet Sauvignon to please the American market. This is clean, fresh and peppery, just as God intended.
£30.75 (34) Chateau de Fleurie, BeaujoliasThis is the most famous of the Beaujolais Villages. You'll find ripe and savoury strawberry, cherry and raspberry fruit, which stays clean and supple throughout.
£20.95£3.85(36) Mapu Cabernet Sauvignon, Baron Philippe du Rothschild - ChileA combination of Rothschild's exacting standards and Chilie's unique climate and soil allow a rich and flavoursome Cab Sauv. Matching cherry and raspberry flavours with a delicate touch of pepper
£23.95£4.40(37) Cotes du Rhone Villages 'Les Coteaux'Boutinot believe in this wine to their marrow. This is rich and smooth with soft supple tanins. Very satisfying to drink.
£27.95 (38) Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso, Villa Almadi, Veneto - ItalyAn award winner at the Sommelier Wine awards 2015 - With violets and cherries on the nose plus hints of plum and chocolate, this has good grip.
£37.95 (39) Tain Crozes Hermitage les Hauts du Fief, Rhone Valley A stand-out wine for us - powerful and intense, but smooth and elegant with a peppery finish that is long and persistent.
£29.95 (40) Chateau Lyonnat Lussac, St EmilionCracking wine - old fashioned, traditional St Emilion. St Emilion proudly flies the Merlot flag, as copied throughout the New World, and this is absolutely on the button.
£39.95 (41) Chateauneuf du Pape, Chante CigaleA sexy, seductive, up-front effort revealing loads of berry fruit along with hints of herbs, licorice and smoked meats. Evolved, ripe, round, full-bodied and loaded.
£25.95 (42) Passori RipassoPassori' is an anagram of 'Ripasso', a style of wine renowned for its rich, dark-baked Christmas cake flavours and aromas of sun-dried raisins. Amarone for the people.
£39.95 (43) Finca Villacreces Pruno - Ribera del Duero, SpainDeep in colour and full of black cherries, with hints of toffee and oak from the aged french barrels, this predominantly tempranillo based delight will not disappoint
£33.95 (44) Flor de Finca, ToroConsidered the 'Noble Grape of Spain,' Tempranillo has beautiful notes of plum, berries, cherries, and tomato. Hints of tobacco, vanilla and leather can be tasted due to oak aging.
£21.75£4.00(45) Malbec Bonarda,Tesoro de los Andes, - Mendoza, ArgentinaIn France, Malbec has a body designed for the scrummage, but in Argentina it is a tango-dancer. Blended with Bonarda, an ancient French grape known as Douce Noir, or 'sweet black', which is cut from Merlot clot: this is beautifully balanced.
£19.95£3.65(46) Shiraz, Percheron - MouvedreClassic southern Côtes du Rhone blend with a twist of Cape sunshine. Full, rich and fruity.
£35.25 (47) Pinot Noir, Urlar VineyardA gorgeous drop if your tastes run to earthy, rotty, bosky, ferny, truffly wines. Like old fashioned Burgundy before they cleaned up their cellars.
£26.95 (48) Nicolas Perrin Syrah Viognier - Northern RhoneThis ripe and aromatic wine has red and black berried fruits with a touch of spice. The addition of the Viognier grape adds smoothness to the finish 'the baby Cote Rotie'.
£19.45£3.55(49) Crianza, AriumA Rioja in all but name...this slips down a treat and is immensely moreish.
£23.75 (50) Chateau La Croix de QueynacThis is a real find - a proper Claret that tastes and smells like Bordeaux should.
£26.45 (51) Rioja, Don Jacobo Crianza - SpainVelvety vanilla, but balanced with a fresh kick of fruit.
£19.45 (52) Carignan Vielles Vignes Les ArcheresThis is a cracking little wine produced from 40+ year old Carignan vines in France's Languedoc region. An impressive nose of raspberry and wild strawberry leads into a medium bodied palate with juicy red fruits and a touch of spice
£39.95 (53) Chateau Lamothe Bergeron Haut MedocFocused, with solid bitter cherry, plum and cassis flavors with overtones of toast. Lingering tobacco and iron notes give this vigour and style.
£19.95£3.65(60) Pinot Grigio Rose, Ancora - ItalyA classic picnic wine, this has juicy raspberry overtones and is most agreeable. Great on a sunny day.
£19.95£3.65(61) White Zinfandel, VendangeStrawberries and cream in a glass.
£23.95 (62) Chateau L'Ermitage tradition rose - FranceVery light bubblegum pink with coppery highlights. Beautifully fruity nose of strawberry, watermelon, and crisp grapes. Direct, fresh, and fairly full-bodied for a rose, yet not heavy at all.
£30.95 (63) Château Gairoird Rosé, Cõtes de ProvenceA beautiful organic rose from Provence, A lovely gastronomic wine, this is elegant with delicate aromatics and a ripe fleshy textured palate.
£27.50 (64) Stopham Estate English RoséThis rose has a bright pink colour with aromas of fresh summer raspberries. It is off dry with crunchy red fruit along with crisp balancing acidity. This is a great one for a sun trapped patio.
£17.50£5.85(65) Sauvignon Blanc, Concho y Toro Late harvest Papaya, peach, apricot and mango combine well with honey and spice on the nose. Rich but not cloying, this shows a nice touch of orange blossom.
£24.75£6.15(66) Ginestet Classique SauternesThis wine blew our socks off - sometimes Sauternes can be a simple glass of honey, but this has so much more going on: intense, complex and long. You will linger over it.