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.
Please inform staff of any dietary requirements, allergens or dislikes so that we can adapt our menu.
Restaurant 27 operates a policy of no e-cigarettes.
…..and it is a truly heartfelt welcome.
As we emerge from what has been an extremely difficult, and for so many a tragic year,
we at last have the opportunity to spoil ourselves by dining out. Thank you for choosing to do so here at
Restaurant 27 and we will all do our very best to ensure that whilst you are here you can sit back, relax
and enjoy what we have to offer to you.
This List has continued to develop and mature and I hope you will find within its pages a wine, or
wines, that you can really savour. Sitting alongside this main List I have curated a Wine Flight,
pairing a selection of glasses that are my representation of the ideal match to each dish.
Of course there is no ‘perfect’ match, we all taste and interpret flavours differently but
I hope you will give it a try and find that it adds another dimension to the R27 experience as a whole.
Should you prefer to drink from this main List there are a host of fascinating wines to try.
If I may draw your attention to a couple of particularly interesting white wines, there is
a stunning example of old vine Savatiano from Vassiliki Akriotou in Greece, her use of this historic but
oft maligned grape variety is remarkable. Another great example is the Pinot Gris from the Lawson
family winery in Marlborough, New Zealand, it is rich and full flavoured and is absolutely delicious.
Or why not try a bold Cotes du Rhone Rose from the notable & historic producing family of Guigal?
The Reds also have some wonderful options including for the first time, a wine from Georgia. This
ancient wine producing region is full of fascinating flavours and I have chosen a traditional-style wine
made with the Saperavi grape, a signature variety of the Caucasus that offers wild berry, spice and smoky ripe flavours of plum alongside smooth, earthy notes. An old favourite that deserves a mention is the sophisticated example of Cru Beaujolais in the form of Fessy’s Cotes de Brouilly which displays real charm and elegance and a good weight and depth of flavour.
If you would like to, please ask Tomasz or Kirsten 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.