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A choice of chickpea, saltfish or curry goat in a roti.£5.50
Served with sweet potato fries.£7.50
Served with duchy slaw.
A duo of heart shaped salted cod fritters served with mango chutney & salad garnish.Popular£6.00
King prawns in a spicy wine, garlic & herb marinade.£6.50
A blend of red kidney beans, green bananas, yams, onion & spices.£6.00
Fresh avocado, watermelon, prawns & mango in a chilli cocktail sauce, served with grilled hard dough bread.£6.00
Grilled wobbly bottom farm goats cheese coated in duchy pot spices with poached christophene salad & guava jam.£6.00
All served with a portion of rice & peas and a salad garnish.
Pork chop marinated & smoked in duchy pot medium/hot jerk sauce.£12.95
“Duchy pot” curried goat with scallion, garlic, locally sourced fresh herbs & spices.Popular£13.95
All served with a portion of rice & peas and a salad garnish.
Half spatchcocked chicken marinated & smoked in duchy pot medium/hot jerk sauce.Popular£13.95
Chicken in a coconut sauce with garlic, fresh herbs & mild duchy spices.Popular£12.95
Seasoned fried chicken in a mix of spicy & panko breadcrumbs.£13.95
Salted cod with ackee, red peppers, onions, tomatoes & fresh herbs served with plantains & fried dumplings (x3).£12.95
Escovitch (onions, red and green peppers & pimento) seasoned red snapper served with rice & peas and a salad garnish.£13.95
Filleted sea bass grilled with fresh herbs and duchy spices served with rice and peas and a salad garnish.£13.95
Blend of chick peas and tomatoes seasoned with garlic, curry leaves & duchy pot herbs, served with rice & peas, roti bread and a salad garnish.£12.00
Baby spinach leaves, sweet potato, cashew nut & paw-paw, with a lime & ginger dressing served with rice & peas.£12.00
Blend of sweet potato, mushrooms, peanuts fresh spinach leaves & duchy pot herbs & seasoning stewed in a peanut sauce served with rice & peas and roti bread.Popular£13.95
Long grain rice boiled with scallions, coconut, red kidney beans and fresh herbs.£3.00
Steamed white basmati rice.£3.00
Potatoes baked in olive oil, seasoned with sea salt, fresh rosemary & garlic.£3.00
A trio of fried dumplings.£3.00
Caribbean flat bread.£3.00
A flakey, torn roti from trinidad.£3.50
Duchy pot’s take on the famous macaroni cheese, seasoned with herbs and spices.£4.50
Plantains oven baked in skins with a dash of olive oil.£3.00
Mixed leaves, tomatoes and red onion.£3.00
A caribbean vegetable that tastes similar to spinach.£3.00
Duchy pot’s take on traditional homemade coleslaw.£3.00
Served with a scoop of fabios gelato i-scream.
Typical of a Continental lager, but with its own distinctive taste, Carib is reasonably full bodied, clear and refreshing – a taste that suits the palate of Trinidad and Tobago.£4.00
This premium lager is the pride of Jamaica with its lightly-hopped full flavour taste.£4.00
Based on that 1801 export recipe, this is an immensely flavourful porter – hoppy and complex with notes of smoky brown sugar, cedar and bittersweet coffee with spicy floral undertones.£4.60
Named after the infamous sand bank on Cornwall’s Altlantic coarst, Doom Bar has a distinctive aroma and balanced moreish flavour. These qualities have underpinned its rapid growth to become the UK’s No.1 cask ale.£4.50
This tasty tipple occurred when Old Mout’s crisp apples met their match with a bunch of ripe summer berries. Translucent sunset red in colour with an aroma of summery fruits of the forest. A special blend of strawberry and raspberry on the palate with notes of blueberry and finished off with a refreshing burst of juicy apple.£4.50
The ingenious pairing of aromatic kiwi and zingy lime. Mixed with cider, these natural partners create a unique combination. Clear, pale and blonde in colour, with a kiwi and citrus edge on the nose. Refreshing and fruity best served chilled with ice and a wedge of lime.£4.50
The meeting of luscious passionfruit and crisp apples, blended to remind you of balmy, far-flung places. Pale gold with a soft summer hue with tropical aromas of passionfruit. The rich sweet tropical taste balanced by crisp apple.£4.50
Is a full flavoured, low alcohol alternative to their premium Pilsener: made using the same ingredients & to German Purity Laws, but under-going a unique process developed by the brewery to retain the full bodied Krombacher taste.£3.50
An exceptionally dark stout that crams a lot of Jamaican flavours into its small bottle. Prepare for flavours such as chocolate, rum, liquorice and raisins.£4.00
This premium lager is the pride of Jamaica with its lightly-hopped full flavour taste.£4.50
A refreshing Prosecco from the Veneto region of Italy. Pale light-yellow colour, with fine bubbles and delicately fruity aromas: the palate is light bodied with a crisp, lively finish.£23.00
Fresh and vibrant raspberry and strawberry scented fizz made from a blend of Merlot and Raboso grapes.£23.00
Shows notes of fresh pear, fig and almond, with hints of orange blossom and richer notesof honey and baked bread.£40.00
Light, delicate and elegant: dry, fresh and balanced with a green fruit and citrus character. Produced from first pressings, with up to 20% of reserve wine used to ensure consistency of style from year to year. The blend is 40% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir, 25% Pinot Meunier: it receives three to four years ageing prior to release, this results in subtle hints of biscuit and brioche.£60.00
Made mainly using black grapes, about 13% of which is vinified red to give the wine colour, with around 33% of Chardonnay in the blend to achieve an elegance in keeping with Taittinger’s style. A beautiful, delicate salmon-pink colour with flavours redolent of ripe, red-berry summer fruits.£70.00
Luminous pale gold with fine, light long-lasting bubbles. Elegant, reflecting fresh citrus fruits, white flowers and peach on the nose, evolves in the mouth, fluctuating between freshness, suppleness and fullness.£90.00
Made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes from Côte des Blancs Grand Cru villages. For those who appreciate the sublime elegance and lightness of this style of Champagne, this is the ultimate goal.£150.00
delicately flavoured, crisp, generally with a very dry finish; ideally suited to partner light, flavoured dishes, particularly fish dishes and light salads.
A richly flavoured Pinot Grigio, which has benefited from ripening in the Sicilian sunshine, some Viognier is included in the wine, about 15%, which gives it aromatic notes. Show aromas of white flowers, pink grapefruit and Cox’s apple: the palate displays melon and guava flavours with a crisp acidity and a note of richness.£19.00
Unoaked with a zesty, tangy character often with defined green fruit, herb or floral aromas, backed by a mouth-tingling, refreshing palate. The best wines and those from warmer countries show more intense flavours.
This northern Rhône variety is becoming increasingly less rare and is now firmly established in the south of France. As the vines mature, they produce wines with even more of that classic peachy-apricot flavour.£17.00
Shows the typical floral and spice profile that has made Torrontés fashionable recently. Unoaked, but shows weight on the palate alongside delicate and subtle flavours accrued from the grapes’ long hang-time on the vines: the vineyards are over 1,000 metres above sea level.£23.00
Selected from the Awatere and Wairau Valleys in Marlborough, New Zealand’s premier Sauvignon mingled with a crisp, grassy flavour.£25.00
Shows incredible intensity and elegance with a complex palate that evolves in the mouth. Whilst all the typical gooseberry and grassy flavours are there, so much more appears such as candied grapefruit, lime zest and hints of pineapple.£40.00
Richly flavoured with the attention firmly on their ripe, often tropical fruit character, these wines have plenty of personality. Higher quality wines show more sophistication and complexity on the palate.
A crisp, fruity chardonnay with tropical aromas, followed by flavours of juicy nectarines and peaches and a hint of vanilla.£18.00
Hand-harvested premium quality grapes from some of the oldest vines on the estate are used to produce this elegant, full-bodied wine. The initial fermentation is in stainless steel before being transferred to French oak barrels, a third new, the rest second or third fill. The 2008 won Gold and the International Chenin Blanc Trophy at the IWC awards in 2009.£21.00
With such delicate flavours and brilliantly fresh palates these wines are perfect candidates for dishes that may include white fish, shellfish, pan-fried light meats, green herbs and creamy, white sauces.
Made from Albariño grapes grown in the Salnés Valley region of Rías Baixas, located close to the town of Cambados. Here, on undulating hills, the vineyards are planted on rocky and alluvial soils: they benefit from cooling influence of the nearby Atlantic Ocean. Unoaked, the wine is a bright, pale lemon colour with hints of apple green. Aromas of white flowers, hints of peach and apricot lead to a fresh, fruity palate: it has a lovely intensity and an almost saline minerality.£26.00
With a bright green hue, this Riesling flaunts a bouquet of fragrant aromas featuring fresh lime coupled with subtle hints of musk. The juicy, vibrant palate shows luscious citrus and a crisp mineral acidity, ensuring drinkability whilst young. At Bay of Fires, they choose to blend grapes harvested from a number of premium regions across Tasmania: the grapes for this wine come from the Derwent and Coal River Valleys, producing wines that are perfumed, elegant and complex.£28.00
The Cortese grapes selected for this wine came from the best vineyards in the Gavi region around the town of Gavi to the north of Genova. Unoaked, the wine spends a little time on its lees to develop a richer mouth-feel. Pale straw-yellow, the wine shows floral and citrus aromas, with a minerally, dry palate.£45.00
Somewhat lesser known than some Premier Crus, the wines of Vaucoupin nonetheless are well worth discovering. The vineyards are located on the gentle slopes to the south-east of Chablis. Delicate floral aromas and a classic minerality characterise this excellent value Premier Cru wine.£45.00
Generally European wines are the driest with ‘new world’ wines having a touch more fruit richness to them; white Zinfandels from the USA are medium-sweet.
Delicious summer-fruit flavoured wines, generally European wines are the driest with ‘new world’ wines having a touch more fruit richness to them; white Zinfandels from the USA are medium-sweet. Medium-sweet rosé made using Zinfandel grapes from warm Californian vineyards. The juice from the crushed grapes spends a short time in contact with the skins which gives the wine a salmon-pink colour. Shows red-fruits on the rich, juicy palate.£18.00
Pinot Grigio is neither dark or light skinned (actually somewhere in between): as such it lends itself well to the production of pink wines. Just off-dry with delicious peach and strawberry flavours, this fashionable combination of colour and grape is a good choice for many wine lists. Beautifully presented in a tall, clear Bordeaux shaped bottle.£19.00
Fashioned from grapes grown in some of the highest vineyards in the Côtes de Provence. Grenache is blended with the punchier Syrah with its ripe cherry and raspberry flavours: a smattering of Vermentino provides delicacy and a hint of white pepper. Provençal, herbaceous ‘garrigue’ flavours meld well with hints of grapefruit, cherry and orange blossom on a palate which finishes on a refreshing minerally note.£45.00
With their juicy fruit-led character, these wines make great partners for fuller- flavoured pork and chicken dishes.
Estate-grown Pinot Noir from the Dealul Uberland vineyard was employed: 25% of the grapes were transferred directly into small tanks without being de-stemmed, then sealed and put through a ‘carbonic maceration’ fermentation for ten days in order to produce a strawberry fruited element for the blend. The bunches were de-stemmed, lightly crushed prior to fermentation and a brief period of French-oak ageing. Shows black cherry, raspberry and strawberry with cinnamon and spicy fruit-cake notes.£17.00
El Púgil throws a ripe cherry, raspberry and wild strawberry punch, backed by a soft creamy palate, caressed by oak: about 15% of the blend is oak aged. A thoroughly modern wine, made from Tempranillo grapes grown on bush vines in the Toro region in northern Spain, close to the north-eastern Portuguese border: it’s playfully packaged to go the distance.£19.00
A rich and chocolaty Merlot with some exotic touches of eucalyptus and tobacco on the palate. The 12 months in French and American oak barriques gives a lovely toasty edge to the typically smooth, rounded finish.£23.00
A blend of 85% Tempranillo, 10% Garnacha and 5% Graciano, mostly from the Rioja Alta region: about 15% of the grapes come from Rioja Alavesa. After de-stemming, crushing and controlled primary and malolactic fermentations in stainless steel, the wine is aged for a year in oak barrels, 60% French and 40% American, about 25% of the barrels are new. Shows a fresh bouquet of red fruit such as strawberry and raspberry, wrapped in vanilla spice: the ripe tannins are balanced well with fleshy fruit.£24.00
Their spicy character and often rich, fruity style make them a good selection with strongly flavoured dishes. The richest, ripest wines, when paired with spicy foods, intensify the foods spicy nature – they turn the heat up.
The grapes for this silky, red berry and spice scented wine come from vineyards around the Son Excellence Syrah, Pays d’Oc, France village of Cruzy near Béziers: selected for their ideal warm daytime temperatures and cool nights.£18.00
Enticing aromas of cherry and plum with a background of warming spice. Well-structured with freshness to the finish and ripe fruit and spice again.£21.00
Sophisticated wines for the sophisticated dining experience. Perfect for dishes based upon red meat or game; they also work well with autumnal vegetables and mushrooms.
The reputation for Lodi as being one of the best areas of California for producing Zinfandel is increasing rapidly. The sandy soils have poor water retention properties resulting in low yields but great concentration in the grapes. This wine, from the 100-year-old Kettleman Road Vineyard is a superb example of Lodi ‘zin’. Matured for 18 months in French oak, the wine has great power but also complexity and good ageing potential.£26.00
The Nebbiolo vineyards of Lo Zoccolaio are situated in the village of Barolo itself. This superior selection has been matured in the traditional way for three years in large old oak barrels before bottling. A wine with great complexity and smoothness.£45.00
Intensely flavoured wines, a match for full-flavoured dishes. The elegant style of the wines from the best European regions, can partner quite simply prepared dishes brilliantly.
The grapes for this full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon come from vineyards in the south of Clare Valley. Here established hardy vines ripen early providing grapes which are very aromatic. An intense mix of blueberry and cassis aromas w/ minty notes, cigar box spice and chocolateon the nose. The palate is well structured w/ fruit, acidity & tannins in harmony. Again, blueberry & cassis appear, this time wrapped around smooth dark chocolate tannins that lengthen into a fine, textural, cigar-box finish£28.00
The wine has a fragrance of ripe red fruits such as plums and dark cherries, with earthy complexity and yet still expresses minerality, freshness with a well- integrated ripe and seductive tannin structure.£38.00
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