Dinner Menu

Garden pea and mint soup, ham hock tortellini
Seared local haddock, thyme lentils and cauliflower velouté
Glazed pork belly, roast monkfish and caramel dressing
Roasted beetroot, goats cheese fondant, apple balsamic and toasted pinenuts
Carpaccio of beef fillet, celeriac rémoulade, parmesan crisps

Seared wild sea bass, crab crushed potatoes and braised baby gem
Creedy Carver duck breast, confit leg beignet, red cabbage and red wine sauce
Roast local cod fillet, chive mash, braised clams and horseradish butter sauce
New season ‘Penhalvean Farm’ lamb rack, spring greens, sauté artichokes and almond tarragon dressing
Devon Blue cheese twice baked soufflé with roasted root vegetables, maple walnut dressing

Dark chocolate fondant, malted milk ice cream and toffee foam
Saffron pear, lemon pannacotta, natural yoghurt sorbet
Vanilla cheesecake, gingerbread and poached rhubarb
Tanners’ selection of ice creams and sorbets
Assiette of fine Westcountry and Continental cheeses:

Selecting Color Themes for Restaurants

color themes

As much as people like to preach the term ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover,’ in today’s day and age that’s exactly what people are doing today. If one doesn’t explore beyond what they can see, they won’t know what the content is worthy of since they refuse to explore past the look of it. This term can be avidly applied to the restaurant and how its looks and hygiene attract the spectator to the phase of actually visiting and checking if the food is as good as the image the restaurant provides.

The restaurant business is thriving in this day and age, with stiff competition at every nook and cranny. Restaurant owners should not only focus on providing high quality food but should add making their restaurant look as spectacular as the food tastes, to attract customers away from their competition onto their to do lists. One of the most important things one might notice about their ideal restaurant apart from its cleanliness is its color scheme and theme. Beautiful color coordination paired with artful furniture has the ability to catch the eye of even the busiest of people and provide an environment the customers are more likely to feel comfortable with.

Good and tasteful color coordination has the ability to lure the customers who would be curious to see if the restaurant with such a tasteful, flamboyant, and appealing look produce food that can be described with the same adjectives? Colors play a vital role in our life, every color having its own qualities to bring about different atmosphere to one’s surroundings. Warm tones such as maroon or purple are often used to provide sophisticated environment whereas light colors such as peach or pink are used to provide a slightly mundane, light and cheerful atmosphere. Hiring interior designers to have the ability to carefully craft colors together to provide a lovely environment, blending them in such a way that the theme doesn’t lose its sophisticated look but at the same time feels aren’t too stern, or whatever atmosphere you are striving to give your restaurant. Color theme designs are great to be used by a heavy duty table saw.

List of Things that a Restaurant Must Have


Are you sure you’re ready to open a restaurant business? Like any other types of business, opening a restaurant is not an easy task. It requires you to do a lot of processes and responsibilities. You’ll have to double-check that you have everything that it needs, such as a menu, a logo, a working staff, and etc. before finally opening your doors to customers. To make it less difficult here is a list of things a restaurant must have.

Point of Sale System

This is one of the most crucial things a restaurant must have. A POS system allows the restaurant to manage their track sales and inventory usage, by defining the exact amount of product used for each investment. This way, you’ll be able to eventually calculate the value of goods sold, which plays a big part in your restaurant outlays.


Obviously, you won’t be able to create the food in your menu if your restaurant does not have the proper equipment. All restaurants have the basic kitchenware such as pots, pans, and etc. For a finer diner, they probably need to have mixers, cutlery, and other state-of-the-art kitchen equipment.

Cold Storage

Almost all restaurants need refrigerators and freezers to be able to keep foods cold. For example, ice-creams will need to be placed in a freezer as soon as it arrives to prevent it from melting. Restaurants also stack meat in big freezers to stop it from spoiling. Most restaurants have a walk-in refrigerator, while others have a room filled with regular freezers and fridges.

A Logo

Even non-dining businesses need a logo for it to work out. But your logo must be more than a park, it should be a mirror of what your restaurant is. Making a logo requires you to research and experiment, and not just a copy of another restaurant’s logo.


There are many things to consider before installing a signage for your restaurant. Is it visible to people passing by? Will it light up during the night? Will trees and bushes cover the sign? Can it be read properly? Does it clearly mark your restaurant, or is there any other name that shares with it? Like making a logo, you can’t just simply “pick up” a signage design just because it’s “fine”.

A Suitable Menu (Or Menus)

If you have a restaurant, then you should know that every detail, from the biggest to the smallest, like a menu should be thought carefully. There are restaurants who do not think of a great design for their menu, which discourages the diners to even read them. It needs to be readable and visible, even to aged people who usually can’t see properly with their naked eye.

A Responsive Website

If your restaurant has a website, you can check your standing through Google Analytics. It will show you how many internet users have visited your restaurant’s online site. Your website must be easy to navigate, and you should have someone who clearly knows your business to answer some of the questions interested customers will ask on your website.