With a focus on using high-quality, local and seasonal ingredients, Head Chef Fraser Stark brings a taste of France to The Station Hotel.
Refurbished following a fire in 2016, The Station Hotel is split into casual and formal dining areas. Expect to see warm wood furnishings with muted tones of grey on the walls and modern light fixtures. The casual and welcoming pub atmosphere will appeal to families and groups.
With a reputation for the best steaks in the West, don’t overlook the other options on this French-inspired menu. A standout dish is the garlic and thyme mushrooms: earthy mushrooms cooked in a lightly infused thyme cream sauce and served atop a crunchy slice of brioche. For mains, typical pub classics are available, but try some of the seafood dishes, such as the pan-seared Ora king salmon with a pea and asparagus fricassee. The steak list is hearty and diners can choose between grain- or grass-fed options. Steaks are cooked to order and served with satisfying chargrill scorch marks.
PSST! Ask for recommendations on the best steak option, based on how you like it cooked.