Prif Fwydlen – A La Carte Menu
Wholemeal Organic Loaf
marmite butter and shirgar salted farm butter £4.50
Cwrs Cyntaf – Starters
Salt Baked Swede, garlic emulsion, pistachio and goats’ cheese £7.50
Potato Cracker, pickled mustard seeds, onion marmalade and cheddar custard £7.50
Crispy Chicken Skin, chicken parfait, elderflower jelly and grape chutney £9.50
Parsnip and Truffle Soup, crispy pigs head, apple and pickled walnut £8.50
Crab Bavarois, oyster mayonnaise, apple and sea herbs £9.50
Prif Gwrs – Mains
Roasted Pheasant, bacon ketchup, mushrooms and grains £21.50
Cod Five Ways, pea puree, salt and vinegar chips £21.00
Ash Covered Venison Loin, beetroot ketchup, black pudding and blackberries £26.50
Pumpkin Risotto, toasted seeds and goats’ cheese £18.00
Pwdin – Dessert
Coffee Pannacotta, chocolate and coffee textures
Mince Pie Ice Cream, brandy custard and orange
(Great British Menu) Apple Rice Pudding, hay ice cream and caramelised milk skin
Sosban Trifle, lemon curd, pickled blackberries, whisky and elderflower jelly
Ychwanegiadau – Sides
Mixed Vegetables – Seasonal Potatoes – Triple Cooked Chips – Truffle and Parmesan Chips
Our Sosban Fach Menu is available to order on weekdays until 6 pm
£9.50 for one person ~ £13.50 for two people to share
Barkham Blue has a very distinctive appearance. Made in a 1kg ammonite shaped round, it is covered in an attractive natural mould ripened rustic rind. The deep yellow moist interior is spread with dark blue – green veins. It has a rich blue taste, smooth buttery texture with a melt in the mouth flavour, without the harshness associated with some blue cheese.
Kidderton Ash Goats
Kidderton Ash looks special from the outset. It is sprinkled with ash prior to maturing which promotes the growth of its fluff white coat but also produces a fabulous visual effect that can be appreciated when the cheese is sliced. The contrast of textures can be enjoyed from the soft white coat, the firmer charcoal ash layer and then the soft luscious goats’ cheese in the centre. The velvety texture of the cheese when young becomes creamier as it matures. Made at Wilson Fields Farm with pasteurised goats’ milk from Nicola Butler’s pedigree herd.
The Little Black Bomber is a strong, extra mature cheddar cheese that packs a punch as a powerful presence on any cheeseboard with a vintage Cheddar taste. Unsurprising with the company’s strap-line for this cheese being “Cheddar with Attitude”! completely wrapped in a black wax, which retains a moist, smooth texture, distinctive from other traditional Cheddars which are usually crumblier.
Up at Neal’s Yard Dairy, the storeman Bill Oglethorpe began to experiment with the cheese, using the ‘washed rind’ technique which affects texture, taste, smell (more!), and the quality of the rind (softer, stickier). You can guess the next bit: Oglethorpe’s modified Jersey Shield became ‘Ogle Shield’.
Eve is a cute little beauty of a cheese. Made by Pete Humphries of Somerset’s Whitelake Cheese, this small and meltingly soft goats’ cheese is washed in Somerset Cider Brandy and then wrapped in vine leaves. Unpasteurised and non-vegetarian, maker Pete Humphries drew on the character of the French Epoisses in devising the cheese.