0.5 miles
41-42 Stodman Street, Newark-on-Trent, NG24 1AW
Built in 1834 and steeped in history, Rushton's is now a contemporary space with tasteful decor and huge picture windows overlooking a tiny cobbled street. Only a minute's walk from Newark Castle, it is possibly the best-kept gastronomic secret in the Midlands.

The deli, which is like a sweetshop for adults, was established eight years ago by quality caterers Adam Rushton and his wife Beth. Expanding into a full deli, bar and bistro two years ago with their business partner and head chef, Steven Church, they now provide a cross-over menu with two and three-course specials and à la carte options, which change daily and seasonally. Locally sourced, their temptingly fresh food is beautifully presented and tastes even better. Testament to this is the starter of smoked Scottish wild salmon and homemade gravlax with celeriac coleslaw, to be followed by the likes of creamy chicken Dijonnaise. To finish, the delectable white chocolate mousse with citrus confit is divine. Such great food deserves faultless service, and with polite and engaging staff, Rushton's definitely delivers.

Bespoke gourmet dinner parties are uniquely catered for here and, with such exceptional standards and two customer service and retailer awards already under their belts, it's clear that Rushton's owners put customer satisfaction centre stage.
Open: Bistro: Mon-Sat noon-3pm, 6pm-9pm; Deli & Bar: Mon-Sat 9am-9pm

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