Pat Brophy's transformed railway storehouse gives out all the right messages with stone walls, exposed beams and old wooden floors divergent with fashionable high-backed chairs, and gleaming bare wooden tables set up purely in contemporary style. It makes a warm and comfortable setting for meals that echo the same philosophy of updating classics. This restaurant is ideal in a fairly conservative area, where a restaurant needs to appeal to all age groups and a wide range of tastes.
Themed nights are held form time to time - there may be a jazz and dinner package for example, or classical music and fine dining. A user-friendly wine list is organised by style. Modern European food with Asian influence is the major food style at this striking restaurant with Seared Tuna Loin as the signature dish. Some special facilities include:
• The building dates from 1885.
• Irish, red Oak, original beams.
• Original floor and stonework.
• Arches where trains used to pull through.
• Free Car park.
• Also cater for weddings etc.
• Private dining.
• Wheelchair accessible.
78 Main Dining Rooms
16 Private Function Room
House area (holding area)