Portland & Clipstone Delivered

We offer a Dinner for 2 and Wine Pairing delivered every Friday between 9am and 6pm. Comprising canapes, first course, main course, dessert and petits fours our aim is to offer a restaurant experience at yours while our restaurants are closed. Each item has been considered with ease in mind meaning all you will need is a hob or oven to reheat

Wine Pairing options, cocktails and bottles from our restaurant cellars are also available below

We deliver to addresses up to 15km from Portland. For those up to 10km from the restaurant the delivery charge is £5, for the rest it is calculated at checkout based on your distance from us. If you have any dietary restrictions, please leave a note at the checkout and we'll make sure to accommodate

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Dinner for 2 (Delivered Friday 12th March)

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£85.00
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This week sees the first of this year's asparagus (winter is truly over...) and the return of our famous pithivier. We hope you enjoy

Feeds two people comfortably

Sourdough & French demi-sel butter

Snacks
Radishes & anchovy cream
White bean & wild garlic hummus
Cauliflower & black truffle arancini

First Course
New season green asparagus, miso, hazelnuts, parmesan & egg yolk

Main Course
Dexter beef, potato & truffle pithivier
Or
Gratin of violet artichokes & pecorino

Both served with Vichy carrots & thyme

Dessert
Chocolate mousse, orange creme anglaise & buckwheat brittle

Petit Fours
Pistachio halva

All dishes arrive room temperature, some will need re-heating.
Everything will keep 2/3 days in the fridge if you would rather enjoy over the weekend

We can cater to most dietary requests. Just leave us a note at checkout and we'll make sure to accommodate. 

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Wine Pairing for 2 (Delivered Friday 12th March)

Regular price
£39.00
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£39.00
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Chosen by our sommeliers and decanted into glass bottles on the morning your order is sent out, this is the chance to recreate our Wine Pairing at home... 

An aperitif to share, 2 glasses of white, 2 glasses of red and a small glass each of something sweet to finish things off. 

As in the restaurants, we offer 2 different pairings - a House Pairing of favourites, and A Cellar Selection of fine wines..

House Pairing for 2 - £39
Aperitif
2019 Domaine Laballe Terres Basses Blanc (250ml bottle)
Family-owned since the 1820s, Laballe in Gascony produce provincial wines of brilliant precision. This blend of gros manseng and colombard makes a fine aperitif with more body than you might expect. Rising temperatures have turned Gascony into something closer to Provence and their wines shoe it!
White
2019 Fornaro, Soave Classico, Veneto (250ml bottle)
A classic Soave, ripe peach & stone fruit from a producer who doesn't simply rely on the name and makes interesting and modern wines. This is back this week by popular demand and will go wonderfully well with this week's rich starter.
Red
2015 Chateau Carignan (250ml bottle)
A superb claret to which we return vintage after vintage. Lovely milk chocolate humidor nose and cassis-y Merlot fruit. 
Sweet
NV Moscatel Dorado, Cesar Florido (150ml bottle)
A bit of fun from a great producer in Jerez. These old moscatel vines produce a beautifully ripe, sultan-y treat. Like this week's dessert, it is no shrinking violet and they should be very happy together.

Cellar Selection Pairing for 2 - £59
Aperitif
2018 Domaine Denizot, Rosé, Sancerre (250ml bottle)
Beautiful red-berry crispness from this delightful Loire rose. More subtle and complex than many a Provencal compatriot
White
2018 Ca’ di Mat, Valautin, Madrid (250ml bottle)
A supremely elegant example of the fat and juicy albillo grape, experiencing a rebirth in the super-trendy vineyards bordering the city limits of Madrid. Lovely, rich herbaceous structure makes a great foil for a starter with lots going on
Red
2016 Waterford Estate Cabernet Sauvignon (250ml bottle)
A main course like the pithivier commands a big, brooding red as a partner and this is one of our favourites. Cassis and licorice on the palate, this is clean and elegant Stellenbosch winemaking at its best. 
Sweet
2011 Clos de L'Elu Coteaux de Layon (150ml bottle)
A lighter style of sweet Chenin Blanc, with a brilliant amount of age. Our last few bottles and not much of it left of it anywhere!