Our Tuesday steak nights are having a bit of a facelift.
From Tuesday 20th September you’ll be able to choose from the following cuts of 40 day dry aged Welsh black beef, all grilled on our Green Egg charcoal grill:
8oz Rib Eye: £28 for 2 people including a Carafe of Wine
7oz Prime Fillet: £28 per person
8oz British Wagyu Rump: £45 per person *
All steaks are served with triple cooked chips, grilled garlic scented mushroom and a choice of the following sauces…
Kentish Blue Cheese
We recommend the following to go along with your steaks…
Barbera Terza Generazione Ricossa Piemonte, Italy
A light red for white wine lovers, from North Italy, keeping
full of freshness and liveliness. Per glass (175ml) £5 – Per Carafe (500ml) £12
Carmenere Gran Hacienda Santa Rita, Chile
From the Merlot family, this flagship grape ranks itself amongst some of the best reds to have with meats thanks to its savoury finish. Per glass (175ml) £6 – Per Carafe (500ml) £14
Vieux Chateau Negrit, ST Emilion Montagne, France
A classic Bordeaux, from the satellite appellation of St Emillion, 2013 was a good vintage allowing the wine to be suave with balanced tannin. Per glass (175ml) £8 – Per Carafe (500ml) £20
Zinfandel, Sebastiani, Sonoma USA
One of the old favourites, plummy, spicy, velvety and ripe with leathery notes. Complex and long with depth and delicate textures. Per glass (175ml) £10 – Per Carafe (500ml) £28
* Wagyu Beef
With its healthy eating properties, Wagyu beef has no equal when it comes to tenderness, marbling and eating quality.
One of the most important factors for assessing beef quality is ‘marbling’, which refers to the fine white layers of fat that run through lean beef and which intensify flavour and tenderness. This marbling releases flavour into the meat when cooked. The fat in Wagyu has more monounsaturated fats and melts at just 77F (25C), a lower temperature than any other beef, which in turn can make the beef suitable as part of a lower cholesterol diet. This explains why Wagyu Beef melts in your mouth and is reputed to be the finest and most tender tasting beef in the world.
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