Welcome to 2016 and our thirtieth year down on the river. As ever, we look forward to your visits and will endeavour to provide top notch hospitality and great value riverside dining.
We are so lucky to have such a variety of customers: regulars and locals who have been coming for years and years, first timers who have just discovered The Depot, families who flock to us on Sundays and many parties, which we have been privileged to host over the years.
It really has been an amazing journey to our fourth decade and, needless to say, we couldn’t have made it without you!
The traditionally ‘leaner’ months of January and February see the return of our annual value fest, ‘Supper for a Tenner’: gesture and enticement in equal measure, which we hope you will take full advantage of this winter.
And before we know it spring will have sprung and the terrace will be set for long lunches and evening sundowners, with seasonal cooking, a new wine list and the heady atmosphere of new beginnings.
Meantime, don the Hunters and Barbours and make your way to Tideway Yard, where we await your continued visits, which we have come to value and appreciate so much during our thirty years.
Our best wishes to you all for a peaceful and prosperous 2016, may you linger long over delicious meals chez nous, and may we add some joie de vivre to your New Year.
We also continue to receive regular questions from happy customers. We do our best to answer them all. Recently, we were asked about how our grilled bread tastes so much better than that at home. Well, we have a little secret here: we think it may just be the environment in which it is cooked!
Although timing is important, it’s perfectly possible to replicate at home using a simple toaster. Take a look at the selection of Kenwood toasters, for example, over at Number67 toaster reviews and you won’t go far wrong.
We’re passionate about food and naturally it’s at the heart of what we do; suppliers are carefully chosen and relationships built to ensure top quality produce is delivered daily to our kitchen. It’s about trust and reputation, which we seek to nurture and rely upon to our and your best advantage.
Gary has been our Head Chef for many many years now. He is always busy creating new dishes for the menu, in line with the seasons and the feedback he gets from our many regulars. Brasserie staples are featured and other old favourites remain, but otherwise the menu is constantly changing to enhance your dining experience. When sourcing ingredients, we continue to believe that you simply cannot beat the local markets that bring us so much.
Weekly set menus have always been hugely popular, hence why we continue to offer them throughout the year. What’s not to love about 2 courses for only £15.50 and 3 courses for £18.50?!