Our Menu

Everything we have to offer at one glance

Wednesday – Thursday from 7pm
Friday - Lunch 12 - 2pm | Evening from 6.30pm
Saturdays from 6pm
Sunday Lunch from 12 – 2pm

 

FRIDAY LUNCH MENU



CAR PARKING!
The council car park charges 50p for overnight parking, a fact that is pretty cryptically advertised. If you haven’t yet paid, please do. They even come round on Sunday mornings! Seriously.

All main courses are accompanied by a selection of vegetables and a potato dish.

Please ask any of our waiting staff for advice on any allergies you might have.

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OLIVES VERTES LUCQUES
See over there by the bar?  Those are green olives brought over from the Languedoc by the one-time patrons. 
They are absolutely out of this world and are available to take home, or to order for your table as a luxurious, pre-dinner nibble.
(£6.75 (380g))

ENTRÉES DES PRINTEMPS

£5.00Potage Du Jour *
Home made soup of the day

£6.50SOUPE DE PÊCHEUR
The legendary Paysanne bouillabaisse-style fish soup served with croûtes, rouille & Gruyère

£6.50SALADE FALAISE
Cantaloupe Melon served with Prosciutto, pink grapefruit and walnuts with pea shoots and a green apple coulis.

£6.00ESCARGOTS PHILIPPE
Six French snails cooked in garlic & chilli butter.

£7.50Fromage De Chevre Chaud
Baked goat’s cheese wrapped in smoked salmon and served on toasted Ciabatta bread.  Served with a plum and raspberry sauce and dressed leaves.

£6.50CHAMPIGNON À LA PALFRAMAN
Roast field mushroom stuffed with Stilton, bacon & onions and wrapped in puff pastry. Served with a port coulis.

£6.00TERRINE DE CAMPAGNE
Coarse pork, veal and hazelnut terrine, wrapped in streaky bacon and served with a tomato & whisky chutney.

£10.00CRABE HABILLÉ
Whole dressed crab served either cold with mustard mayonnaise and dressed leaves, or baked with a cheese and breadcrumb crust.

£6.25CREVETTES GRIS AU POT
Brown shrimps potted in clarified butter with mace & nutmeg. Served with sliced radishes and toasted soda bread.

PLATS D’ PRINTEMPS

£16.00POULET PROVENÇAL
Roast breast of chicken stuffed with a black olive tapenade, wrapped in prosciutto and served with a smooth tomato & basil sauce.

£16.75PINTADE À LA MOUTARDE
Roasted supreme of Guinea fowl with bacon, served with a creamy Dijon mustard and tarragon sauce.

£16.00PORC AUX PRUNEAUX
Caramelised pork fillet, served with a rich red wine & plum sauce

£15.00TARTE ST. CHINIAN
Puff pastry start, filled with caramelised onions, Ricotta cheese, cherry tomatoes and pea-shoots.

£16.75CROUPE D’ AGNEAU
Roast lamb rump served pink with a red wine & rosemary jus.

£16.50UN POISSON S’APPELLE COLIN
Fillet of Hake served with a cheese & breadcrumb crust and a pesto dressing.

£16.00POISSON DU JOUR
A choice of fresh fish from our good chums at Mermaid Seafoods in Llandudno.
(Choose from Lemon, Butter & Parsley, Cream & Spinach or garlic & herb butter.)

£20.75CANARD AUX KUMQUATS
Half a honey-glazed roast Gressingham Duck, served with a red wine and kumquat sauce.

£19.75ALOYAU DE BOEUF GWALIA
Welsh beef Sirloin from Gwalia House butchers, griddled to your specifications. Served with either a peppercorn sauce or Horseradish Butter.
(French fries are available if desired - £2.00 supplement)

Desserts D’ PRINTEMPS

£5.00TARTE AU CITRON
Brûléed lemon tart.

£6.00CRÈME BRÛLÉE
Baked vanilla custard served with a yellow plum compote

£6.00PAIN PERDU
Baked loaf of bread and butter pudding with marmalade and custard.

£5.00POT AU CHOCOLAT
Rich dark chocolate and marshmallow mousse .

£6.00FLAN AU FROMAGE
Vanilla and ginger cheesecake with a rhubarb coulis.

£5.00GLACES
Pecan nut & honey ice cream or Mango Sorbet

£7.00CAFÉ GOURMAND
Mini Crème Brûlée, Macaron and red-fruit jelly served with a shot of espresso.

£8.00FROMAGES
Perl Wen, St. Agur, Manchego & Port Salut.
Served with grapes and biscuits.

£2.25CAFÉ
Fresh filter coffee served with mint imperials and dark Belgian chocolate.

FESTINS!

Pre-order something special

If you give us a little notice, we can cook up something a bit different for you and your guests.
Something like...

HUÎTRES
Six Menai Oysters either served cold with tabasco and a shallot & red wine vinaigrette or poached, then baked in their shells with spinach and a cheese sauce with grated Gruyère.

12.00 per person and an ideal excuse to polish off a chilled bottle of Muscadet.

CHÂTEAUBRIAND
The head of a beef fillet, served medium-rare, carved at the table and accompanied with roasted vine tomatoes, Sauce Bèarnaise and a red wine jus.

…which would go very nicely with any of our Clarets, especially the St, Emilion (if I had to choose) 30.00 per person.

GIGOT D’AGNEAU
Boned and rolled leg of Welsh lamb studded with rosemary and garlic, roasted to your specifications and served with boulangère potatoes.

24.00 per person
Not to put ideas into your head but Number 5 in the wine list would be ideal, or any of the Rhone reds.

HOMARD
Local lobster. Either enjoy this magnificent beast dressed and served cold with salad and mayonnaise or served hot with a Thermidor sauce.

The price for this chap depends on his size, but we’ll let you know the day before. A bottle of Picpoul de Pinet would do this justice, I think. .

Sunday Lunch Menu

EntrÉes

Potage Du Jour
Soup of the day.

SALADE FALAISE
Cantaloupe Melon served with Prosciutto, pink grapefruit and walnuts with pea shoots and a green apple coulis.

CHAMPIGNON À LA PALFRAMAN
Roast field mushroom stuffed with Stilton, bacon &onions and wrapped in puff pastry. Served with a port coulis.

TERRINE DE CAMPAGNE
Coarse pork, veal and hazelnut terrine, wrapped in streaky bacon and served with a Cumberland sauce.

Plats

All main courses are accompanied with roast potatoes and fresh vegetables.

BOEUF ROTI
Slices of roast Welsh sirloin, served pink (unless requested otherwise) with Yorkshire pudding and gravy.

POULET PROVENÇAL
Roast breast of chicken stuffed with a black olive tapenade, wrapped in prosciutto and served with a smooth tomato & basil sauce.

AUX PRUNEAUX
Caramelised pork fillet, served with a rich red wine & plum sauce

POISSON DU JOUR
A choice of fresh fish from our good chums at Mermaid Seafoods in Llandudno. (Choose from Lemon, Butter & Parsley, Cream & Spinach or garlic & herb butter.)

There will be plenty of daily specials to boot. All main courses are served with a selection of vegetables and roast potatoes.

Desserts

Selection of Desserts
A choice of sinful desserts will be presented after a short pause (you can always sneak a peek at the blackboard if you can’t bear the suspense).

There is a £2.00 supplement for the Café Gourmand or the Cheeses.

£16.002 Courses

£18.503 Courses

Book Ahead?

If you would like something a bit more bespoke, why not pre-order a whole roast chicken stuffed with lemon, garlic and tarragon? Serves at least four people, including the brave person volunteering to carve.

N.B. This is a sample menu and is subject to weekly changes.

Wine List

House Red

DOMAINE LA COLOMBETTE GRENACHE. 2013
A light and spicy red made from the popular grenache grape, this has lots of raspberry and strawberry aromas and is, if anything, a little too drinkable.
£18.75(Bottle)
£12.50 (Half-litre carafe)

House White

DOMAINE COLOMBETTE. SAUVIGNON. 2014
This has that wonderful elderflower nose with the dryness you would expect from a good Sancerre and is highly reminiscent of the popular New Zealand Sauvignons.
£18.75 (Bottle)
£12.50 (Half-litre carafe)

Our House Wines are also available by the glass:
250ml (£6.25), 125ml (£4.25)

Midi Rouge

REMI ET JEROME. MERLOT 2013
A classic Merlot example from vineyards not too far from the Mediterranean, this is top-heavy with plums and blackcurrants.
£18.75

DOMAINE DE LINQUIERE. “LES CHANTS DES CIGALES.” 2013
Arguably the finest wine produced within the highly regarded St. Chinian appellation, this has been awarded a gold medal in Paris for four consecutive years. It is made with 100% Syrah from old vines and oak-aged.
£23.75

DOMAINE LA COLOMBETTE. PINOT NOIR. 2013
To our knowledge, the only Pinot Noir grown in the region, this is an amazing wine, miles better than anything you will find in Burgundy at this price level. It has been aged in demi-muid (double-sized) oak barrels and if your are a Pinot fan, you’ll love this.
£20.75

Midi Blanc

PICPOUL DE PINET. DOMAINE DES LAURIERS. MARC CABROL. 2012
Picpoul de Pinet has been called the new Muscadet and from relative obscurity, it is becoming increasingly popular. Picpoul is a very localised white grape grown just inland of the Mediterranean, south of Montpellier. Monsieur Cabrol makes an atypical, rich and rounded wine that still has the lemony balance required to go especially well with fish and seafood.
£19.75

DOMAINE RIVES-BLANQUES CHARDONNAY/CHENIN. 2013
The grapes for this fine, crisp and dry wine (85% Chardonnay, 15% Chenin Blanc) are grown high in the cold, mountainous region of Limoux near the Pyrenees, famous for its superb sparkling wine, Blanquette de Limoux.
£20.50

Rose

CHÂTEAU RICHARD. 2014
This is absolutely lovely and is what drinking in the summer is all about (whatever time of year it is). A dry Grenache, this is light and fresh on the palate.
£18.75

SANCERRE, ANDRÉ DEZAT ET FILS. 2013
This beautiful, light, elegant rose is made from 100% Pinot Noir and will have you aching for another long summer. Absolutely top class.
£29.50

CHÂTEAU LES MIADOUX. BERGERAC 2013
This organic rose from Nathalie and Gerard Cuisset in Saussignac is made from 100% Cabernet Sauvignon. Crisp, full-bodied and with light strawberry and subtle raspberry flavours for a clean finish.
£20.75

BORDEAUX ROUGE

CHÂTEAU DE CRAIN. BORDEAUX SUPÉRIEUR. 2011
A robust yet easy-drinking Claret, this is predominantly Merlot with 27% Cabernet Sauvignon and 16% Malbec. Rounded and well structured, this is spicy, with plenty of blackcurrant and strawberry. We suspect that some people haven’t realised how good this actually is, hence how we are able to offer it at such a decent price.
£19.75

CHÂTEAU RECOUGNE. BORDEAUX SUPÉRIEUR 2011
Made predominently from Merlot, but intensified by a pair of Cabernets (Franc and Sauvignon), this is a robust, smoky , savoury wine, ideal for enjoying with something like Boeuf Bourguignon.
£25.75

CHÂTEAU LANESSAN. HAUT-MEDOC 1999
What can we say about this? A great, elegant wine, well-developed after fifteen years. A classic Bordeaux bouquet of leather and black cherry fruit. Well proportioned with balanced tannins and plenty of aromatic spice.
£65.00

CHÂTEAU MéAUME. BORDEAUX SUPÉRIEUR. 2010
A rich, plummy Claret with an excellent balance of tannins and soft Merlot fruit, this excellent wine is the work of a Britisher, Alan Johnson-Hill – stands, silently saluting Union Jack, wipes tear – near Pomerol.
£21.75

CHÂTEAU PINERAIE. CAHORS 2011
This award-winning Cahors has a lovely warm nose of ginger and dried fruit, with a good concentration of cherry richness, spicy oak and bittersweet chocolate. A fine, luxurious sup, if ever there was one.
£29.50

BORDEAUX BLANC

CHÂTEAU DE CRAIN ENTRE-DEUX-MERS 2008
This Château is situated right in heart of Bordeaux, bordered by two waterways: the northern Dordogne and the southern Garonne. A fine clay-chalk soil, coupled with a highly favourable climate and the close scrutiny of the Fougère family results in this golden, supple-textured wine with lemon and grapefruit tones.
£21.75

LOIRE BLANC

MUSCADET SUR LIE. SÈVRE ET MAINE. 2012 GUILLAUME CHARPENTIER.
This is the best Muscadet that we have tasted in years – nothing to do with the battery acid that stopped people taking Muscadet seriously a while back. This is as bone-dry as you would expect but with plenty of fresh clean fruit. Probably the ultimate wine to accompany shellfish.
£19.75

SANCERRE. ANDRE DEZAT ET FILS. 2013
This is beautifully made by one of the finest growers in the area, with all of those gooseberry flavours with which one associates top-class Sauvignon Blanc.
£32.50

POUILLY FUMÉ. DOMAINE DES FINES CAILLOTTES 2013
Beautiful, 100% Sauvignon Blanc. Dry and fruity with the classic, slightly smoky finish, this has been winning medals left right and centre.
£30.00

BURGUNDY BLANC

MONTAGNY VILLES VIGNES CUVÉE SPECIALE BUXY. PREMIER CRU 2012
‘Vielles Vignes’ is a term meaning ‘old vines’ which, it is believed, produce more mature, elegant wines. This though is precociously adolescent with ripe lemons on the palate and a lovely crisp finish to it.
£22.75

CHABLIS. LES VALERY. JEAN DUROP ET FILS, 2011
Pure, classic ‘terroir’ wine that has a steely minerality without recourse to any oak use. Elegant with a crisp finish and a nose that calls to mind provincial boulangeries.
£30.50

BEAUJOLAIS

DOMAINE DE COLETTE REGNIÉ 2009 JACKY ET EVELYNE GAUTHIER
Made in Lantignié, regarded as the top village in the cru and less than 1 km from Morgon. This Gamay wine is medium-deep in colour, bright and flashy aromas of wild plum and cherry with a complex finish. This should be of great interest to any Pinot Noir fans.
£21.75

CÔTES DU RHONE ROUGE

CAVE DE CLAIRMONT. CROZES-HERMITAGE 2009
Fans of our Vacqueyras and Gigondas from la famille Bernard, will be maddened by their absence but this may allay your pangs. Made with 100% Syrah, it has a spicy, dark fruit character with a touch of coffee and chocolate on the finish.
£23.75

ALSACE

GEWURTZTRAMINER. KUHLMANN-PLATZ 2013. CAVE DE HUNAWIHR
This is a returning old friend that hasn’t been on our list for about six years. It was one of the first wines to ‘go screw-cap’ which at the time, we couldn’t bring ourselves to countenance. However, it’s become all the rage now, alas, and it’s nice to have this Alsacienne classic back with us. Spicy and floral with a lychee aroma this has a soft yet dry palate.
£21.75

Italy

ALMANTI DE VINO. PINOT GRIGIO 2011
From the Adriatic coastal vineyards of Abruzzo, this unoaked Pinot Grigio is a crisp and refreshing example of an increasingly popular grape variety.
£18.75

DESSERT WINE

CHÂTEAU LE FAGÉ. MONBAZILLAC. 2009
Monbazillac is a rather beautiful spot just south of Bergerac. Full of honey, sweet fig and apricot notes, a bottle of this is a fine way to end a meal in regal style.
£16.50 (half-bottle)

CHÂTEAU SIMON. 20110. JEAN DUFOUR. SAUTERNES.
No dessert wines have the sheer elegance of Sauternes, and this is an exceptional example. Luscious, yet with that clean, dry finish only to be found in the best ‘vins doux.’ It may seem a little steep, but this is how royalty finish their meals, and why should they have all the fun?
£19.75 (half-bottle)

SPARKLING WINES

LE DOLCI COLLINE. PROSECCO
Prosecco is becoming increasingly popular and this is one of the finest examples. A fresh and gently fruity sparkling wine from Veneto in north west Italy. Delicate and lively on the palate with citrus and green apple aromas, and a clean, refreshing finish.
£24.75

AYALA. CHAMPAGNE NV.
A luxurious blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier, Ayala is pale gold in colour with a fine mousse. This is aromatic, well balanced and shows great finesse and complexity.
£22.75 (Half-bottle)

CHAMPAGNE. NICOLAS FIEITEILLE NON VINTAGE
Aged for four years , this excellent non vintage Champagne is an expert blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. This is clean, accessible and stylish. Lots of orchard fruit but with a fine mousse and a touch of yeast.
£40.00

Bar tariff

All shorts and liqueurs are served in single measurements of 25 ml.

£1.75SOFT DRINKS
Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Lemonade, Tonic Water,
Slimline Tonic, Soda Water, Ginger Ale.

£2.00FRUIT JUICE ETC.
Orange Juice,
Appletizer, Fentiman’s Ginger Beer,
£2.75Frobisher’s Tomato Juice.

£2.00J2O
Orange and Passion Fruit, Apple and Blackcurrant.

MINERAL WATER
£3.00Decantae Sparkling / Still Mineral Water. Bottle
£1.50Glass / Small Bottle

Beer Etc
£2.50Carlsberg Export / Kronenbourg (250 ml)
£3.75Peroni (375ml)
£5.00Guest Bitter Bottle
£5.00Henney’s / Weston’s Vintage Cider, Bottle.

Shorts
£4.50Straight
£5.00With Mixer.
£5.50Gaelic Coffee (etc)

LIQUEURS
£4.50Straight
£5.00With Mixer.

Sherry
£4.00Pale Cream, Amontillado, Fino. (50ml)

Port
£4.00Taylor’s LBV (50 ml)

MALT WHISKY
£5.00Talisker, Balvenie, Laphroig.
£6.00Abalour 1989

COGNAC
£5.00Château Montifaud VSOP. Armagnac. Calvados.