Restaurant

Burgers

Man Bun

14.90

Two Angus beef pattys drenched in BBQ sauce, served with bacon, cheese, beer battered onion ring, mixed lettuce and cheddar cheese. Topped with fries and served on a fresh brioche bun

BBQ Cheeseburger

12.90

Angus beef patty drenched in BBQ sauce, beer battered onion ring, mixed lettuce and cheddar cheese. Served on a fresh brioche bun

Chicken, Camembert & Cranberry

11.90

Tender grilled chicken llet topped with cranberry and red onion marmalade, tomato chutney and creamy camembert cheese served on a fresh brioche bun

Hawaiian Chicken

12.00

Southern style fried southern chicken served in a brioche bun with bacon, mixed leaf, pineapple and mayo. Served on a fresh brioche bun

Homemade Vegan Burger

12.00

Veggie burger made of spinache, corn, oat and chickpeas, served with eggplant, guacamole, little gem lettuce, red onion, pickle and tomato. Served on a fresh vegan brioche bun

Nachos

Nachos

13.50

Big portion of cheesy homemade nachos topped with lettuce, guacamole, sour cream and pico de gallo

Grilled Chicken Nachos

13.50

Big portion of cheesy homemade nachos topped with grilled chicken, lettuce, guacamole, sour cream and pico de gallo

Chicken ‘n Waffles

Classic

13.90

Southern style fried chicken on a cheddar waffle with apple and celery slaw drizzled with maple syrup hot sauce

Red Velvet

14.00

Southern style fried chicken, streaky bacon and caramelised banana served on a fluffy red velvet waffle with a side of maple caramel sauce

Snacks & Sides

Fries

4.00

Sweet potato fries

5.00

Onion rings

4.00

Bitterballen

5.00

Fried Chicken Strips (4)

6.00

Brunch Weekend

Because a brunch is held on Saturdays and Sundays, guests should linger at the table for a leisurely meal. Invitations may be made by telephone. Bloody Marys are a good brunch drink as is the mimosa, a mixture of champagne and orange juice.

The Good Etiquette Guide

Kiwi Breaky

16.00

Two fresh poached farmers eggs, Two small rashers of bacon, pork sausage, grilled tomato and Portobello served with 2 slices of toasted ciabatta and our homemade tomato chutney

Veggy Breaky

15.00

Two fresh poached farmers eggs, roasted sweet potato grilled haloumi cheese, tomato and Portobello served with 2 slices of toasted ciabatta and our homemade tomato chutney

Pancakes

12.50

Pancakes with crispy bacon served with fresh blueberries, maple syrup, caramelized banana and blueberry coulis

Huevo Rancheros with Fried Chicken

14.50

Southern style fried chicken served on a crispy tortilla. Accompanied by guacamole, tomato salsa, sour cream, bean chili and topped with a poached egg

Cocktails

Sour

11.00

Choose: Vodka, Gin, Whiskey, Bourbon, Rum or Amaretto

There are few drinks more delicious than a classic Sour. The perfect balance of sweet and tart with enough alcohol to make it enjoyable.

The recipe itself was first written down in the 1862 book ‘The Bartender’s Guide’ by Jerry Thomas. However, the basic recipe was known for over a century prior.

Old Fashioned

11.00

Choose: Bourbon Whiskey, Dark Rum or Spiced Rum

This iconic drink seriously is old fashioned. In fact, it has been around since the early 1800s when the private social club, Pendennis, was credited for making the very rst one. A simple classic, made with a dark spirit, orange notes, sugar, angostura bitters, a splash of water and a good stir.

Negroni

11.00

As that story goes, the Negroni was invented by Noel Negroni, who claims that it was a relative of his, Pascal Olivier Count de Negroni. A Corsican war hero who famously led the rst cavalry charge of the Franco-Prussian War of 1870. A simple, equal part concoction of gin, campari and sweet vermouth.

Grassroots

11.00

The claims to invention of this cocktail are hotly debated by two Polish-New Zealand brothers, named Wieclawski. One thing is for sure, this fresh and fruity drink inspired by clean green New Zealand is a big hit. Vodka based with melon liqueur, apple and kiwi flavours.

Bloody Mary

11.00

Choose: Vodka or Celery Gin.

It was the 1920s when Fernand Petiot, an American bartender at Harry’s New York Bar in Paris, rst mixed up tomato juice and vodka and gave it a name perfect for a future bar called Cut Throat.
Aside from the obvious excuse to get your drink on at 10 a.m. the Bloody Mary can (hypothetically) help atone for the previous nights sins.

Mimosas

8.00

One origin story has it that director Alfred Hitchcock invented the refreshing equal parts orange juice and sparkling wine cocktail in San Francisco in the 1940’s. Such a refreshing combination it has become synonymous with brunch the world over.