Change is no bad thing and the team at Stoke House, the contemporary take on the Great British carvery, has certainly been busy switching things up since they opened a few months back. Not only have they reinvented their concept to give you more of a seamless dining experience, the menu has also been updated.
Where once there was self-service and a red card payment system, now those buffet style trays have, erm, been given the red card and customers can get their meat fix table service-style. The result? A simple, sleek approach yet still with that incredible food: lovingly selected cuts of the finest quality meats roasted in the wood fire smoker, dynamic salads and original sides.
Brand new to the menu are a selection of diverse small plates, ranging from Smoked bone marrow with pickled shallots, to prawn cocktail with bloody mary sauce, secret smokehouse salmon and more.
Meanwhile those wonderful cuts of meat remain, including Cornish roast rump of beef but this time with watercress and grated horseradish, Smoked beer can roast chicken and Slow roasted Cornish lamb belly with salsa verde. Not forgetting popular sides including Honey roasted carrots with toasted seeds and daily changing, vibrant salads.
Furthermore, there’s a innovative range of sandwiches to add to the mix, served from 12 to 6pm, including the hearty Rare Cornish rump sandwich, chili mayo and pickles, Pork collar brioche with crackling, fennel slaw and burt apple sauce and Gloucester old spot sausage roll.