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.
£18.45£3.40Colombard Sauvignon Blanc, Crusan, FranceFresh but succulent, this is a juicy little quaffer with a soft attack, late fruit and a clean finish.
£19.95£3.65Sauvignon Blanc, Tierra Alta, ChileClassic mountain Sauvignon Blanc, 'nettly', 'grassy', much like my lawn.
£18.95£3.55Pinot Grigio, Quindi, ItalyA classic from Puglia. Soft apple aromas with a zesty lemon touch for that true Italian flair.
£23.75£4.40Sauvignon Blanc, Milford Point, Marlborough, New Zealand A corker of a Sauvignon Blanc, with a good squeeze of lemon and bags of tropical fruit.
£19.45£3.55Chenin Blanc, Bush Vines, Kleine Zalze, South AfricaThis beauty is bursting at the seams with zingy gooseberries and voluptuous tropical fruit.
£19.95£3.65Chardonnay, The Listening Station, AustraliaQuintessentially Australian, un-oaked with tangerine, grapefruit, lime and a hint of spice.
£20.95£3.85Chardonnay, Les Volets, France Burgundy style with a southern French sun tan, elegant, buttery, nutty and a touch of oak.
£23.95 Viognier, Baron de Badassier, FranceHints of apricots and peaches, that continue through the juicy fruity palate.
£29.95 Bordeaux Blanc, Légende, Domaines Barons De Rothschild, Bordeaux, FranceAn elegant classic white Bordeaux with timeless flavours of lemon, cream, and peaches.
£26.95 Albariño Raimat, SpainSpanish señorita dances on your palate with a kick of zippy citrus, almond and sweet vanilla.
£39.95 Chablis Premier Cru, Beauroy, Domaine de la Motte, FranceOld school aromatic buttery loveliness. A big shaggy dog of a wine that licks you all over.
£27.95 Pinot Gris, Sileni Cellar, New ZealandAdventurous stone fruit, citrus and pear flavours. PG goes bungee jumping!
£19.95 Picoul de Pinet, Les Girelles, FranceBone dry. If you enjoy a crisp Sauvignon this little number will float your boat.
£70.00 Chardonnay, Puligny-Montrachet, Etienne, FranceThis is an incredibly pure with elegant aromas of butter and stone fruits.
£32.95 Chenin Blanc, Elodie, Gabrielskloof, South Africasubtle aromas of citrus pith and white floral notes settle in almond, dried pineapple and lanolin.
£29.95 Pinot Gris Réserve, Cave de Hunawihr, Alsace Elegant flavours of pear and apricot are matched with a subtle smokiness.
£21.95£4.00Wicked Lady White Zinfandel, California, USAStrawberries and cream in a glass. Living in 'zin' with this wicked lady.
£21.95£4.00Pinot Grigio Rosato delle Venezie, Belvino, ItalyPinot Grigio pink at its finest. Fresh flavours of raspberry and red cherry with a lifting finish.
£34.50 Esterelle, Chateau du Rouet, Cote de Provence, FrancePale salmon in colour with aromas of strawberry and raspberry, coupled with notes of wild thyme and rosemary.
£18.45£3.40Nero d'Avola, SicilyA proper Italian quaffer with bags of character – excellent on its own or with food.
£19.95£3.65Merlot, Granfort, ChileSoft, rounded, plummy fruit flavours with a gentle sustained finish. A cuddle in a glass.
£22.95£4.20Pinot Noir, Rare Vineyards, FranceIf wine were footwear this would be a light summer deck shoe. Red cherries spring to mind.
£23.95£4.40Rioja Vega del Rayo, Vendimia, Seleccionada, Rioja, Spain Delicious Rioja. Deep colour, ripe plum and cherry fruit aromas with a smoky dimension.
£20.95£3.85Shiraz Mourvèdre, Percheron, South Africa Strong, robust and dependable with dark, warm, chocolatey notes and a big savoury heart.
£26.95£4.90Passori Rosso, Veneto, Italy This red is like a classic Italian race car. Stylish, smooth, and turns heads with its full body.
£23.75£4.40Cabernet Sauvignon, Baron Philippe Rothschild, FranceA hearty hug with a friendly back slap! Full of ripe fruit, rich flavours and soft tannins.
£27.95£5.10Malbec, Altos las Hormigas, ArgentinaFresh blackcurrant, wild blackberry and soft vanilla blend with a subtle toasted-oak finish.
£25.95 Côtes du Rhône Villages, 'Les Coteaux', France A real gem of a wine. Fruity and powerful, with immense smoothness and harmony.
£19.95 The Guv'nor, Felix Solis, SpainIf Ray Winston met Marlon Brando, this is what they'd drink. Moody with bags of attitude.
£34.95 Gamay, Fleurie, Dominique Morel, FranceElegant violet, iris and red fruit aromas and a palate bursting with velvety tannins.
£34.95 Pinot Noir, Innocent Bystander, AustraliaDark fruits, spice with a velvety mouthfeel and soft savoury tannins give a lovely finish.
£57.95 Cote-Rotie, Domaine Barge, FranceIt is wonderfully fragrant with red fruits and silky tannins.
£62.95 Allegrini, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, ItalyA wine with imposing structure and depth, superb balance and a long, spiced finish
£47.95 Zinfandel, Seghesio, USAWild raspberry and blackberry flavours with the structure of the cooler Dry Creek Valley.
£34.95 Cabernet Sauvignon 'The Brewmaster', Nederberg, South AfricaClaret with a blast of South African sunshine. Big, warm and restrained, a gentle giant.
£32.95 Rioja Reserva, Izadi, SpainRich aromatic intensity and a nice balance of red fruit, liquorice and spice.
£25.95£5.95Prosecco, Midea, Italy The fuel of gondoliers, water-taxi drivers and romances of Venice. Happy bubbles…Ciao bella!
£49.95£8.50Nyetimber, Classic Cuvée, EnglandCreamy and rich with notes of brioche complimented with a refreshing citrus twist.
£39.95 Champagne Louis Dornier et Fils Champagne, FranceA light, fresh, vigorously youthful champagne with a fine elegant, slightly lemony nose.
£49.95 Champagne, Perrier Jouet Grand Brut NV, FrancePerrier Jouet have been making Champagne since 1811, and they've pretty much nailed it.
£54.95 Champagne Taittinger, Prestige Brut Rosé NV, FranceUltimately elegant, pink bubbles from Reims. The 'apogee' of stylist elegance.
Use the calendar to book a table. If the time you're after is not available, give us a call and we will try our best to fit you in. We keep some tables for phone bookings.
We don't reserve any of our outside tables so if you enjoy a little alfresco dining these are first come first serve.
6:30pm, Thursday 30th May 2019