Stephen Terry’s stellar Welsh pub is a favourite dining spot for the country’s foodie elite, garnering rave reviews from the likes of Masterchef’s Greg Wallace and a whole host of other national restaurant critics.
The Hardwick’s menu is hugely comprehensive, which doesn’t make choosing an easy task. But the pub’s hard work pays off, with customers visiting for old favourites and new dishes alike.
Chef Stephen Terry has a great choice of ingredients and stock available locally and selects from producers directly, crediting them on the menu.
On his website, Terry says “the Hardwick is only as good as the produce it uses” and this is a clear message throughout the menu, which he describes as the pub’s shop window – a good indication to the establishment.
From fish and meat to grilled pear and Boksburg blue with chicory, castel franco and candied pecans, the menu has wide appeal.
The pub offers something a little different too in its ‘home experience’, where the pub goes out to customers’ homes for parties of eight guests or more.
Dishes chosen by the customers are cooked by one of the kitchen’s experienced team, accompanied by a member of waiting staff who will prepare the table, serve dinner and make sure wine is topped up throughout.
À la carte prices range from £8-£30, with a variety of lunch offers and set dinners available too.
The pub also offers an extensive range of Champagnes, sparkling, white and red wines as well as a variety of beers.
The Hardwick / CHEF
The Hardwick is only as good as the produce it uses