Our menu


Baked garlic mushroom & goats cheese (v) (gf)


Coarse, smooth paté & toast




Breaded camembert & cranberry sauce (v)


King prawns, garlic, lemon butter (gf)


Salt & pepper squid, garlic mayo



Sea bass, garlic lime, chilli butter (gf)


Hake, seafood sauce (gf)


Sweet & sour vegetables on rice (vg)


Roasted vegetable tart, salad, potatoes (vg)


Medallions of pork fillet, apple, cider & cream (gf)


Chicken supreme, port stilton, cream sauce (gf)


Lamb rump, rosemary, garlic, red wine (gf)


Slow roasted duck leg, orange liqueur sauce (gf)


Chargrilled 10 oz rump steak, garlic butter, fries


10 oz rib eye steak, peppercorn sauce, fries


Sunday roasts - beef, pork, chicken or a nut roast



Our desserts change often. These can include lemon tarts, cheesecakes, eton mess, brownies as well as a selection of ice creams and sorbets.

£4.95 ech

Drinks & Wine List

We provide a wide selection of soft drinks, premium spirits, local real ales from Somerset and Devon with Otter bitter being the main session.

On tap: Lagers – Peroni, San Miguel, Carlsberg. Cold ciders – Thatcher’s Gold, Thatcher’s Haze. Ales – Guinness, John Smith’s smooth.

White wines

Lightish crisp fresh whites

1. Sauvignon/Grenache, Les Terrasses. Vignerons Ardéchois, Ardéche, France (abv 13%). Fresh and fruity, with a lime and gooseberry tang and a soft finish.

(125ml) £3.35 | (175ml) £4.75 | (250ml) £6.25 | Bottle £17.75

2. Pinot Grigio, Donini. IGT Venezie, Italy (abv 12%). Gently aromatic, with spicy, floral and citrus notes; lemony acidity and a fresh, dry finish

(125ml) £3.75 | (175ml) £5.25 | (250ml) £6.95 | Bottle £19.75

Aromatic, fruity, spicy whites

3. Picpoul De Pinet. Domaine St. Peyre, Coteaux du Languedoc, France. Dry, crisp and fragrant, with a distinctive nutty nuance. 

Bottle £17.75

4. Sauvignon Blanc. Mussel Bay, Marlborough, New Zealand (abv 12.5%). Classic Marlborough Sauvignon with aromas of passion fruit and gooseberry, intense, zesty, citrus and kiwifruit flavours, and a hint of herbs on the finish. 

(125ml) £4.75 | (175ml) £6.50 | (250ml) £8.75 | Bottle £24.95

Richer, more complex dry whites

5. Chardonnay ‘Stablemate’. Excelsior Estate, Robertson, South Africa (abv 13.5%). Classic Chardonnay fruit, peach and tropical influence, with a hint of creamy oak. 

(125ml) £3.50 | (175ml) £5.15 | (250ml) £6.75 | Bottle £19.50

6. Great Portuguese White ‘Terra de Touros’. Quinta do Casal Monteiro, Tejo, Portugal. Ripe, perfumed and aromatic on the nose with a soft, flavoursome, fruity palate. 

Bottle £19.50

Red Wines

Lighter, elegant, soft reds

7. Merlot/Syrah, Les Terrasses. Vignerons Ardéchois, Ardechè, France (abv 13.5%). Vibrant cherry fruit, and a soft juicy palate make this a glass of quaffing red!

(125ml) £3.35 | (175ml) £4.75 | (250ml) £6.75 | Bottle £17.75

8. Fleurie. Dom. Fernand Verpoix, Beaujolais, France. A deliciously silky wine with a pervasive concentration of succulent black cherry fruit. 

Bottle £19.50

Rosé Wines

15. Grenache/Syrah Rosé, Les Terrasses. Vignerons Ardechoisé, Ardechè, France (abv 13.5%). Very fresh dry Rosé with hints of voilets and a soft berry finish. 

(125ml) £3.35 | (175ml) £4.75 | (250ml) £6.75 | Bottle £17.75

16. Zinfandel Rosé. Feather Falls, California (abv 10.5%). Sweet and mellow, with a vibrant watermelon and berry fruitiness. 

(125ml) £3.45 | (175ml) £4.95 | (250ml) £6.50 | Bottle £18.75

Medium bodied, fruit-driven reds

9. Great Portuguese red ‘ Terra de Touros’. Quinta do Casal Monteiro, Tejo, Portugal (abv 13%). A superbly made, vibrant, un-oaked blend of Pinot Noir and Touriga Nacional. 

(125ml) £3.50 | (175ml) £5.15 | (250ml) £6.75 | Bottle £19.50

10. Rioja. Hacienda Lopez de Haro, Rioja, Spain (abv 13.5%). Rounded and expressive with flavours of fresh raspberry, red summer berries and a long, creamy vanilla finish. 

(125ml) £4.25 | (175ml) £6.25 | (250ml) £7.95 | Bottle £22.95

11. Pinot Noir. Languedoc, France. Silky, elegant Pinot with juicy black cherry fruit flavours and superb balance. 

Bottle £23.95

Heavier, more complex reds (supreme ‘food’ wines)

12. Red Herring Shiraz Cabernet. South Eastern Australia (abv 14%). Soft, elegant Shiraz blend with masses of black cherry fruit and a rich, rounded spicy 

(125ml) £3.45 | (175ml) £4.95 | (250ml) £6.50 | Bottle £18.50

13. Malbec, Vineyard Selection. Altivo, Mendoza, Argentina. Rich and brooding with velvety black cherry and damson fruit and a touch of chocolate on the finish. Serious stuff!

Bottle £23.75

14. Cotes Du Rhone [organic & bio-dynamic]. Domaine Roche-Audran, Buisson, Southern Rhone, France. Intense. fleshy and generous with a velvety texture and full, ripe, mulberry and damson fruit.

Bottle £24.75

Champagne & Sparkling Wines

17. Prosecco Frizzante. Botter, Veneto, Italy. Lovely gentle fizz – fragrant, fruity, and off-dry with overtones of ripe pears. The most delicious aperitif. 

Bottle £22.50

18. Cava Rosado. Giro Ribot, Penedes, Spain. Perfect pink bubbles, with a soft, off-dry floral palate and a strawberry and cream finish. 

Bottle £23.50

19. Gremillet Brut Sélection N.V. Aube, Champagne, France. Extremely elegant, Pinot-dominated Champagne, with a creamy texture, lots of white peachy fruit. 

Bottle £38.95 | Half Bottle £19.95

20. Bollinger Special Cuvée N.V. Ay, Champagne, France. Supremely classy, with rich bold flavours and a perfect mousse. When only the best will do…

Bottle £62.00

“Wine is the most civilised thing in the world.” – Ernest Hemingway