With autumn bedded in and winter approaching it is time to think about keeping warm with some comfort food. Beat the cold weather blues with hearty warming foods such as stews, ragouts, root vegetables pickled foods, spices, compotes, preserves. Although conceived as less healthy, this is not always true. In season we have delicious golden beetroot, chicory, carrots, conference pears and cauliflower (the new superfood!).

Both our new winter menu and our specials board will feature seasonal food to reflect this – we only use locally sourced meat and fresh vegetables.

Park you car and go for long walks, come back and have a warming lunch with your friends. Enjoy the stunning views from the restaurant.

Or need a pick up after a long day – enjoy the candle lit dinner in the restaurant and some winter warming food.

The Winter Menu will be available from Wednesday 8th November.



Duck confit, celeriac slaw, sour dough £8

Soused Mackerel, potato and beetroot salad £8

Chestnut and date pate, parsnip and honey beignets, cranberry dressing £8

Main Course

Slowly braised beef, wild mushroom, potato and swede hash £15

8oz Steak burger, baked beetroot, tomato relish, served with chips and celeriac slaw £14

The Point Fish chowder, shrimps and smoked haddock, served with sour dough £14

Goats cheese, carrot, chicory and puy lentil, charred orange dressing £12


Classic Margherita, buffalo mozzarella, tomato, basil £13

Shredded chilli beef, wild mushroom, chestnuts, mozzarella £14

Goats cheese, red onion, beetroot, chicory, mozzarella £14


Mulled poached pear, vanilla bean ice cream, shortbread £7

Spiced rice pudding, apple compote, honeycomb £7

Sticky plum pudding, ginger ice cream, plum jam £7


Really good food, beautifully presented



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