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Sosban’s menu offers an outstanding culinary experience for guests, with a focus on fresh, seasonal produce of the highest possible quality, to create world-class dishes.
Carefully chosen wine pairings to complement all dishes are also available.

Prif Fwydlen – A La Carte

Toasted Brioche

cultured butter, beef dripping and beef balsamic £2.50

Cwrs Cynfaf – Starters

Goats Cheese Mousse£8.50

textures of beetroot, raspberry

Chicken Parfait£7.50

elderflower jelly and pickled mushrooms

Smoked Scallops£12.00

umami carrot, salt and vinegar branches

Roasted Cod£9.50

artichoke puree, Muscat raisins and split chicken sauce

Glazed Beef£9.00

caramelised cauliflower, anchovies, capers

Prif Gwrs – Mains

Lamb Seven Ways£23.50

onion variations and confit garlic

14oz Dry Aged Sirloin Steak£34.50

oyster and lovage emulsion, triple cooked chips

Cured Fillet of Hake£19.50
salsify and smoked salmon jerky, deep fried potato mousse

Roasted Halibut£21.00

pumpkin texture, fish curry sauc

Huntsham Farm Suckling Pig£28.00

black pudding ketchup and roasted beetroot

Wild Mushroom£18.50

& truffle risotto

Ychwanegiadau – Sides

Triple Cooked Chips£4.00

New Potatoes £4.00

Seasonal Vegetables £4.00

Pwdin – Desserts

Passion Fruit Curd£6.50

coconut & lemongrass sorbet

Raspberry Soufflé£6.50

chocolate ice cream

Beetroot£6.50

with dark chocolate, raspberries and olives.

Guinness and Black £6.50

cob nut, chocolate .

Petit Fours


Selection of four handmade Chocolates£4.00

Cheese Plate

£10.50

 

Shropshire Blue

pickled red cabbage, red cabbage gel, mizuna cress

Kidderton Ash Goats Cheese

lemon curd, fruit loaf, honey comb, edible flower

Manchego Cheddar

fermented cherry, charcoal cracker, borage

Celtic Promise

turnip puree, fermented turnip, nasturtium leaf

Livarot Cows Milk

lemon curd, fruit loaf, honey comb, edible flower

Cheese Board

£9.50 for one person ~ £13.50 for two people to share

Cerney Ash Goats Cheese

This is our fantastic soft goat cheese shaped in a truncated pyramid called Cerney Ash. It is hand-coated with an oakash/seasalt mix. It has a subtle flavour with a hint of a lemony tang. The flavour deepens with age. Shelf life is four weeks. It was one of the original Goats cheeses produced in the UK and remains a firm favourite.

Livarot Cows Milk

One of the oldest and greatest Normandy cheeses, Livarot is a monastic French cheese easily distinguished by its washed rind and pungent aroma.Livarot is consideredone of the finest cheeses by aficionados who love its soft, golden paste with little holes and springy texture. The taste is nutty, melting in the mouth, to release flavours of a salty lemon and spiciness. The texture is creamy, smooth and quite runny at room temperature. Each wheel is washed in brine, coloured in annatto and matured for up to two months in warm, humid cellars to develop the above-mentioned delicious taste.

Manchego Cheddar

The Manchego is produced in the La Mancha region of Spain, which is also home to Don Quixote. It is made from unpasteurised sheep's milk. It is one of the popular cheeses from Spain, made from sheep's milk. The traditional use of grass moulds leaves a distinctive, characteristic zigzag pattern on the Manchego cheese. Authentic Manchego is only made from the Manchego sheep's milk. 

Shropshire Blue

Made of pasteurised cow's milk, it is produced by the Long Clawson, Leicestershire and the Cropwell Bishop and Colston Bassett dairies in Nottinghamshire. For the first time in 1970s, it was made by Andy Williamson at the Castle Stuart dairy in Inverness. Therefore, it was called Blue Stuart or 'Inverness-shire Blue'. It is a semi-firm blue cheese described as a cross between Stilton and Cheshire. In a period of 10-12 weeks, it forms an orange-brown, natural rind and smooth texture. With a sharp, strong flavour and a bit tangy aroma. It can be paired with Port Noir and Riesling.

Celtic Promise

The most highly-awarded British cheese, Celtic Promise, is a Caerphilly type washed-rind cheese with a slightly moist, pink rind. Soft and buttery as it matures it develops a slightly pungent aroma and has a delicate, mild flavour creating a delicious contrast with the rind. It is supple, smooth, spicy and aromatic. Celtic Promise is considered a ‘table cheese’ by some but it is also good to cook with when a strong, creamy flavour is required.

Bwydlen Gosod – Set Menu

£15.90 for 2 Courses – £18.90 for 3 Courses

Our set menu is available for lunchtime only – Wednesday to Saturday

Toasted Brioche

Netherend farm salted butter (supplement – £2.50)

Cwrs Cynfaf – Starters

Goats Cheese Mousse

textures of beetroot, raspberry

Roasted Cod
artichoke puree, raisins and split chicken sauce
Braised Ox Cheek
cauliflower, raisins and capers

Prif Gwrs – Mains

Cured Fillet of Hake

salsify and smoked salmon jerky, deep fried potato mousse

Lamb Faggot
pumpkin variations , olive oil pomme purée
Wild Mushroom
& truffle risotto

Pwdin – Desserts

Passion Fruit Curd
coconut & lemongrass sorbet

Guinness and Black

cob nut, chocolate

Beetroot

dark chocolate, raspberries, olives

Ychwanegiadau – Sides

Triple Cooked Chips£4.00
Seasonal Vegetables£4.00
New Potatoes£4.00

Dewislen Blasu – Tasting Menu

£62.00 per person

For the best experience, we would recommend dining from one menu as a table.
A minimum requirement of two diners for the tasting menu.

Toasted Brioche, Cultured butter and beef dripping and beef balsami

Chicken Parfait, elderflower jelly and pickled mushrooms

Roasted Cod, Artichoke puree, raisins and split chicken sauce

Huntsham Farm Suckling Pig, black pudding ketchup and beetroot fondants

Guinness and Black, cobnut

Raspberry Soufflé, chocolate ice cream

Dewislen Blasu Llysieuwr – Vegetarian Tasting Menu

£62.00 per person

For the best experience, we would recommend dining from one menu as a table.
A minimum requirement of two diners for the tasting menu.

Toasted Brioche, cultured & marmite homemade butter

Goats Cheese Mousse, textures of beetroot, raspberry

Pumpkin Variations, buttermilk puree and mango relish

Wild Mushroom, truffle risotto

Guinness and Black, cobnut

Raspberry Soufflé, chocolate ice cream

Bwydlen Plant – Children Menu

£7.90 for 2 Courses

Prif Gwrs – Mains

Chicken

with triple cooked chips and seasonal vegetables.

Fish

with triple cooked chips and seasonal vegetables.

Or choose a small main meal from A La Carte Menu

Pwdin – Desserts

2 Scoops of Ice Cream

Bwydlen Dydd Sul – Sunday Menu

£19.50 for 2 Courses – £25.50 for 3 Courses

Toasted Brioche

Netherend farm salted butter (supplement – £2.50)

Cwrs Cyntaf – Starters

Goats Cheese Mousse

textures of beetroot, raspberry

Chicken Parfait

elderflower jelly and pickled mushrooms

Roasted Cod
artichoke puree, raisins and split chicken sauce

Glazed Beef
cauliflower, raisins, capers

Prif Gwrs – Mains

Roasted Beef Rib

Yorkshire pudding, spring vegetables, roast potatoes

Huntsham Farm Pork Chop

roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables

Cured Fillet of Hake

salsify and smoked salmon jerky, deep fried potato mousse

Wild Mushroom

 & truffle risotto

Pwdin – Desserts

Passion Fruit Curd

coconut & lemongrass sorbet

Beetroot

dark chocolate, raspberries & olives

Guinness and Black

blackcurrant sorbet & chocolate

Raspberry Soufflé

 chocolate ice cream

Ychwanegiadau – Sides

Triple Cooked Chips£4.00
Seasonal Vegetables£4.00
New Potatoes£4.00

Petit Fours


Selection of four handmade Chocolates£4.00

Cheese Plate

£10.50

 

Shropshire Blue

pickled red cabbage, red cabbage gel, mizuna cress

Kidderton Ash Goats Cheese

lemon curd, fruit loaf, honey comb, edible flower

Manchego Cheddar

fermented cherry, charcoal cracker, borage

Celtic Promise

turnip puree, fermented turnip, nasturtium leaf

Livarot Cows Milk

lemon curd, fruit loaf, honey comb, edible flower

Cheese Board

£9.50 for one – £13.50 for two

Cerney Ash Goats Cheese

This is our fantastic soft goat cheese shaped in a truncated pyramid called Cerney Ash. It is hand-coated with an oakash/seasalt mix. It has a subtle flavour with a hint of a lemony tang. The flavour deepens with age. Shelf life is four weeks. It was one of the original Goats cheeses produced in the UK and remains a firm favourite.

Livarot Cows Milk

One of the oldest and greatest Normandy cheeses, Livarot is a monastic French cheese easily distinguished by its washed rind and pungent aroma.Livarot is consideredone of the finest cheeses by aficionados who love its soft, golden paste with little holes and springy texture. The taste is nutty, melting in the mouth, to release flavours of a salty lemon and spiciness. The texture is creamy, smooth and quite runny at room temperature. Each wheel is washed in brine, coloured in annatto and matured for up to two months in warm, humid cellars to develop the above-mentioned delicious taste.

Manchego Cheddar

The Manchego is produced in the La Mancha region of Spain, which is also home to Don Quixote. It is made from unpasteurised sheep's milk. It is one of the popular cheeses from Spain, made from sheep's milk. The traditional use of grass moulds leaves a distinctive, characteristic zigzag pattern on the Manchego cheese. Authentic Manchego is only made from the Manchego sheep's milk. 

Shropshire Blue

Made of pasteurised cow's milk, it is produced by the Long Clawson, Leicestershire and the Cropwell Bishop and Colston Bassett dairies in Nottinghamshire. For the first time in 1970s, it was made by Andy Williamson at the Castle Stuart dairy in Inverness. Therefore, it was called Blue Stuart or 'Inverness-shire Blue'. It is a semi-firm blue cheese described as a cross between Stilton and Cheshire. In a period of 10-12 weeks, it forms an orange-brown, natural rind and smooth texture. With a sharp, strong flavour and a bit tangy aroma. It can be paired with Port Noir and Riesling.

Celtic Promise

The most highly-awarded British cheese, Celtic Promise, is a Caerphilly type washed-rind cheese with a slightly moist, pink rind. Soft and buttery as it matures it develops a slightly pungent aroma and has a delicate, mild flavour creating a delicious contrast with the rind. It is supple, smooth, spicy and aromatic. Celtic Promise is considered a ‘table cheese’ by some but it is also good to cook with when a strong, creamy flavour is required.