A local pub with a butcher’s counter where you can choose your cut the size you want and have it grilled to order – that’s the special attraction of the Butcher’s Tap.
The man behind this concept is celebrity chef Tom Kerridge, who has installed Jamie May, former chef at his nearby two-Michelin-starred Hand & Flowers, at the head of a team of knowledgeable and skilled butcher-chefs.
Choose from rib-eye, sirloin or fillet steaks, Launceston lamb chops, Blythburgh pork or a mixed grill, served with a side of loaded truffle and parmesan fries, or plump for a classic burger, turkey shawarma or American hotdog.
While it’s being cooked the way you like it, settle down in a relaxed atmosphere with a pint of ale or glass of quality wine and nibble on fried mac ‘n’ cheese bites or salted white anchovies.
Kerridge’s aim is to bring back the vibe of the local butcher, and there’s a real community feel to the Butcher’s Tap - you can even watch the footie on telly.