Restaurant 27 works with fresh ingredients daily, and our "Sample" menus are an example of what we offer. The structure of our menus will always be the same but ingredients may differ. Please inform us of any dietary requirements, so that we can adapt our menus.
Taste of Hampshire (Tomato, mozzarella & rapeseed)
Roasted salmon & burnt butter hollandaise
Angus rib-eye with truffle peas
Taste of cheese
Food Allergies etc.
The entire table must have either Menu 1 or Menu 2.
Please inform staff of any dietary requirements, allergens or dislikes so that we can adapt our menus.
Restaurant 27 operates a policy of no E-cigarettes.
Menu subject to change without notice according to season/availability
Welcome to this edition of the Restaurant 27 Wine List.
Welcome to the Restaurant 27 Wine List.
For warm weather drinking I should perhaps highlight a couple of whites that feature in this edition. From high in the glorious Douro Valley comes a really vibrant blend of indigenous grape varieties in the form of Altano Branco, a new-wave style wine produced by the Symington Family of Port fame.
It is a delicious zesty white wine which partners food really well.
Back after a short break, and this time with a friend, is the Parish Riesling from Tasmania which makes a very welcome return, a single vineyard wine which has everything quality Australian Riesling is famed for, acidity, ripe fruit, length & complexity. Also from ‘Tassie’ is the superb
Jansz Premium Cuvee nv, a quality sparkling wine hailing from the cool Tamar Valley vineyards,
made in exactly the same way as Champagne using the same 3 grape varieties,
but in a style affectionately referred to by Jansz as ‘Methode Tasmanoise’
In the red selection the delicious, mid-weight Cosmina Pinot Noir from Romania, positively bursting full of ripe red fruit flavours makes for delicious Summer drinking as does an old favourite from an underrated appellation, Fessy’s Cote de Brouilly. Both can be drunk very lightly chilled and show a different side to their character when done so. Fuller bodied but just as drinkable is Terra d’Alter’s Alicante Bouschet, an intriguing red made by the highly acclaimed Peter Bright,
an Aussie working his magic in Portugal’s Alto Alentejo region
To finish the evening why not try ‘Sweet Raquel’, a lovely pudding wine from Torreon de Paredes in Chile’s beautiful Cachapoal Valley, and named in honour of the founder’s wife.
Late harvested Gewurztraminer & Sauvignon combine to give a beautifully balanced wine, rich in sweetness but with an underlying acidity that leaves the palate satiated but clean, well worth a try.
If you would like to, please ask one of the Front of House team for any further advice on the wine list or for their recommendations on matching your wine selection to your menu choice. We work together, tasting the wines against the Menu to ensure there is always a suggestion available to you if you are unsure, or perhaps just want to try something different.