The Roth Bar & Grill combines gastronomy with contemporary art, serving honest, simple and seasonal food. Beyond the gallery, Durslade is a working farm and the livestock born and bred there are served on-site in the Roth Bar & Grill. All the livestock at Durslade are native breeds including pigs, Lleyn sheep, Hereford and Aberdeen Angus cattle, and a small number of pedigree Ruby Red Devons and Welsh Blacks. The chefs are committed to using entirely ethical British produce and almost all ingredients offered on the menu are sourced from a 5-mile radius – the butter is produced in the restaurant itself.
The distinctive architectural features of the former Cowshed are complemented by an intimate and highly personal salon-style hang of works based on the intertwining themes of food, cooking, animals and the countryside, incorporating Hauser & Wirth’s entire family of artists alongside works from the private collection of Iwan and Manuela Wirth. Works on show in the dining area range from Henry Moore’s fine drawing of lobster claws to vibrant neon chandeliers by the late Jason Rhoades, which hang from the ceiling illuminating the dining area.
Morning: Tuesday to Saturday, 9 am – 12 pm (a light breakfast is served between 10 am – 11 am)
Lunch: Tuesday to Sunday 12 pm – 3 pm
Afternoon tea: Tuesday to Sunday, until 3.45 pm
Friday Night Late: 6 pm – midnight (last orders 9.30pm)
Sunday Brunch from 10am
Closed on Mondays except for bank holidays
Advanced booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.
Last orders at 2 pm on 24 December
Closed 25 & 26 December 2014
Open from 10 am – 4 pm on 27, 28, 30, 31 December & 1 – 4 January
Closed 5 – 12 January 2015
For reservations call: +44 1749 814700, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Children under 16 are welcome, accompanied by an adult up until 9pm. Only adults over 18 are permitted on our premises after 9pm other than if attending a private or community event.