We work closely with our suppliers ensuring a short supply chains and control over ingredients. We talk with our Fisherman, Butcher and Cheese monger every week to bring you the best seasonal products.
Whist recycling is a given, preventing recycling is also a focus. No bottled mineral water, purified filtered water is offered. For the spirits we buy in reusable plastic bags and refill high quality bottles.
Our decor also changes on a monthly basis, bringing you contemporary art displays from our neighbours, the Woolf Gallery.
Late night live Music & DJ sets Thursday to Saturday until 1am.
Bespoke Bottle & Barrel Aged Cocktails along with classics and Wines.
8 Course Tasting Menu: £35.00
From the current seasonal a la carte menu. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other menu.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 10 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 2 - 10 people
Starts: 3 June 2019
Ends: 1 September 2019
Availability: Daily 12:00-22:00
See availability for 1,000 point tables
Tue - Wed 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Thu - Sat 12:00PM - 7:00PM
Wow. This is the best place I’ve been to for a very long time. Lovely warm welcome, delicious food and drinks, beautiful live music and looked after so well by the lovely team. I can’t wait to bring my husband here for his birthday. All the food was outstanding but I can’t stop thinking about the charcoal cheese. I will be back soon. Thanks all.
Had a lovely lunch on the small outdoor terrace. The lunch menu was exceptional value for money, chill squid followed by a mushroom and truffle burger with sweet potato chips salad was just £11.95.
There was a full sharing plates menu available also which I’ll be back to try. Service was friendly as needed. Will be back.
This restaurant clearly takes a lot of pride in sourcing top-quality ingredients, but on our visit this was, unfortunately, somewhat undercut by a lack of precision in the kitchen.
Miso Salmon arrived with burnt skin and a large amount of sashimi-raw flesh; rare-breed beef sliders were overcooked and served on what appeared to be mini bread rolls from a supermarket variety pack (M the pine nuts with the mozzarella didn't seem to have been roasted; grilled whole tiger prawns were also overcooked, with an underpowered garlic oil overwhelmed by raw slices of red chilli that would have been better incorporated into the cooking process rather than added as garnish, and I remain unconvinced that orange is an appropriate accompaniment to either lamb or salmon, but that's a personal preference.
The food that was good was very good - artichoke, spinach & parmesan dip was warming and delicious (though could have used some more bread with it), the sea bream was excellent (a perfectly-cooked piece of fish that made one question how the salmon was actually allowed to leave the kitchen), and the Cafe Patron Banoffee dessert was exquisite.
This place has a great vision and ethos, with friendly and attentive staff and a relaxed atmosphere, but it currently shows a lack of consistency in the kitchen that made the overall experience feel like a home-cooked meal, and sadly not in the best way. This IS a new establishment, though, and there's nothing here that can't be fixed - fingers crossed.
First Time at Cutting Room
Tried the artichoke Dip, Lamb croquette and the cheese board, top quality !!
Service was really good and Friendly
Thanks you, hope to see you again soon,
Really good lunch great atmosphere!
Octopus salad and chicken wings are my fav!
Glad to hear you enjoyed your visit!
Had dinner in the basement cocktail bar area, very cosy and charming. Food was very good with some interesting cheeses.
Wine menu was fairly priced and service pleasant.
Thanks for the review!
Lovely place with friendly staff. The food was delicious. Artichoke and Spinach dip was the unexpected winner! Will be back!
Many thanks, hope to see you again.