If you've dined with us over the past few weeks, you may have been lucky enough to enjoy these fresh morel mushrooms, which are delivered fresh to our door and are a wonderful complement to our new lamb dish.
Classics are back in fashion, with a modern twist.
Cresselly Road is our take on the traditional Boulevardier cocktail, combining bourbon whiskey, bitter and vermouth. Still Wild is at the forefront of Welsh spirit production, with their locally foraged ingredients, and our Head Sommelier, Mattia, has selected their Red Vermouth for this cocktail. To finish, the drink is misted with a chocolate mint essence, created from fresh ingredients grown at our sister business, Grove of Narberth. This gives a fresh and vibrant touch to the drink.
Recipe: 35 ml Bulleit Bourbon 35 ml Still Wild Red Vermouth 35 ml Campari Chocolate Mint essence Stirred over ice Coupe glass
'The lamb breast is brined and cooked low and slow before being pressed and seared heavily, using new season Turkish Morels stuffed with a chicken and ramson mousse, marsh samphire, ramsons picked up the road and finished with the ever faithful potato skin broth.' - Head Chef, Fred Clapperton
Staying true to our ethos of keeping our people at the centre of everything we do, we hired independent third-party ‘Great Place to Work UK’ the global authority on workplace culture, to conduct a company-wide employee survey.
We’re thrilled that the level of employee engagement and satisfaction shown in the benchmark survey has allowed us to be Great Place to Work® - Certified™, but there is still so much to do.
Our Head Chef, Fred, and our Restaurant Manager, Ryan, are recruiting!
Fred is looking for a passionate and talented Chef de Partie and a Demi Chef de Partie to join the kitchen team.
Ryan is looking for an enthusiastic and skilled Head Waiter/Waitress & a Chef de Rang/Bartender to join the front of house team.
Fred and Ryan work hard to achieve excellence in a supportive and fun working environment, and new recruits will be joining an exciting business with a strong family philosophy. They'll also enjoy a full-time 4-day-week, amongst many other benefits.
If you're interested in joining our team, please send your CV & cover letter to Oliver, our People Manager: email@example.com
Warmest congratulations to the team at Queen Elizabeth High School, who this week won the final of the ‘Tasty Careers Challenge’ at Parc Y Scarlets, against eight other schools from Carmarthenshire, Neath Port Talbot and Swansea. The challenge is a competition that aims to signpost students to careers in the food sector, help nurture valuable business skills, and demonstrate the range of career opportunities that are available in our exciting, fast-paced industry. The students worked with local employers, restaurant and café owners, including our Restaurant Director Mourad Ben Tekfa and other members of our Seren sister businesses, to create a delicious restaurant dish using as many Welsh ingredients as possible, to deliver a profitable and successful addition to a restaurant menu.
All the schools who reached the finals developed outstanding presentations that they should be immensely proud of.
It was really clear how much all the students enjoyed the challenge, and how much teamwork had gone into their proposals. 450 students across the region participated in the overall challenge, which means all of them now understand a little more about what creates a great restaurant dish and how much it costs to produce.
Big thank you to Careers Wales, Castell Howell and The National Skills Academy for Food & Drink in Wales for inviting us to help you deliver this brilliant initiative. We're hopeful that it will inspire some of those participating to enter the sector in years to come – and we also hope that we’ll see schools from Pembrokeshire joining in the next challenge.
Hywel and his team at our sister business Beach House look forward to welcoming the Queen Elizabeth High team to dine with them, which is part of their prize for winning the challenge. ... See MoreSee Less