Reopened in 2018 by a group of local residents, the Brewers boasts a team of chefs who have honed their skills in kitchens around the world to focus on transforming fresh, local produce into the kind of bold dishes that make memories for guests.
Tastefully refurbished in a modern style, inside there’s a spacious bar and restaurant area featuring exposed brick-built bread ovens from a bakery that used to be on the site, while outdoors the summer terrace is a great spot to while away a warm evening. Dogs are welcome.
A frequently changing menu might include, to start, hand-dived scallops with sweetcorn, cauliflower and chicory or beef tartare with egg yolk, capers and truffle. Among the mains you might go for a 500g ribeye steak to share, or stone bass with cauliflower, Romanesco, pomme puree and compressed cucumber.
There’s also an interesting bar snacks menu and a set lunch at £20 for three courses. On Sundays a lobster risotto features as an alternative to roasts.
The Brewers prides itself on a well-chosen wine list, too, and local ales are poured at the bar.