The Roth Bar & Grill combines gastronomy with contemporary art and is a vibrant, informal and convivial eating-place serving honest, simple and seasonal food. The team works closely with local farmers, gamekeepers and gardeners, to use entirely local and ethical British produce. Beyond the gallery, Durslade is a working farm – the livestock born and bred there are served on-site in the Roth Bar & Grill. The restaurant has its own salt room for hanging the meat, which is lined with over 500 hand-cut Himalayan salt bricks, highly valued for their purity. This traditional process is known as dry-ageing, and produces extremely tender and flavoursome meat. All the livestock at Durslade are native breeds including pigs, Lleyn sheep, Hereford and Aberdeen Angus cattle.
The chefs are committed to using entirely ethical British produce and almost all ingredients offered on the menu are sourced locally. At the entrance to the gallery is a small kitchen garden, which provides Roth Bar & Grill with culinary herbs, edible flowers and seasonal vegetables. The menu also includes fish that is responsibly sourced and delivered daily from the south coast shores. The kitchen team cure local meats as well as making their own preserves, pickles, jams and chutneys.
The Roth Bar & Grill truly comes alive on Friday evenings, when the bar is open until midnight with an ever-changing curated programme of live performances, special guest DJs and musicians.
Tuesday – Sunday
Breakfast: 9 am – 12 noon
Lunch: 12 noon – 3 pm
Afternoon tea: until 4.45 pm
Friday Night Late: 6 pm – midnight (last food orders 9.30 pm)
Saturday Night: 6 pm – 11 pm (last food orders 9 pm)
Closed on Mondays except for bank holidays
Advanced booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.
For reservations call: +44 1749 814700, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accompanied children of all ages are welcome all day and early evening until 9pm. Only adults over 18 are permitted on our premises after 9pm.