The Brook Bistro
Excellent service coupled with a menu that’s informed by the seasons is what makes The Brook Bistro stand out. Inside this small but perfectly formed restaurant, the interior is light, bright and suitably rustic – think blue and white country-chic chairs, wooden flooring and white ceilings, with touches like a vintage-style clock and retro signs.
The Brook Bistro is open for brunch, lunch and dinner. Start the day as you mean to go on with an amazing brunch – there are ample options. Try the Welsh rarebit on sourdough, maple-cured bacon with scrambled eggs, mushrooms and tomatoes, or the delicious Spanish breakfast of pan-fried chorizo with paprika-fried eggs, spicy baked beans and toast. Accompany your meal with freshly squeezed grapefruit or even a Bloody Mary and you’ll be set.
Lunch sees the likes of fresh mussels in a white wine, chilli and cream sauce, and breaded hake with thick-cut chips, minty mushy peas and chilli tomato sauce grace the menu. The dessert choices are tempting indeed; the salted caramel and white chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream is a sure winner. Visit in the evening to tuck into a 28-day-aged rib-eye steak or rack of lamb with mint and balsamic jus. Here, you’ll not only be treated to fantastic food but also a bill that won’t break the bank.