If you are a beef connoisseur, then this is the place for you. The standard menu includes both grass fed and free range beef, either wet or dry aged depending on the cut. The beef is sourced from known small scale suppliers. The blackboard will give you an accurate age for the cuts of beef available on the day, and any other specials.
If you are interested, the staff will happily show you their meat ageing room and describe the differences between the cuts, their ageing methods and how they are cooked. We went for a mix of different cuts, which was a great introduction, each perfectly cooked to our liking. The signature 'rub' with olive oil is well worth going for.
One other thing to try is the local beer, Loxtons (not sure if this is the correct spelling), which is brewed with herbs and honey. It is a good alternative to wine and well worth trying. If you are thinking wine, there is a whole room where the walls are lined with a wide and varied selection.
Well worth a visit, we will certainly be back next time we are in town.
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