Sunday Times "cheap eats" 2014
Rock Salt was recently listed in The Sunday Times Top Restaurants for £20 a head as part of the Best 130 places in Britain for cheap eats. The list was developed with well known restaurant guide Hardens. The listing, 1 of only 10 in the West Country lists the locals come back for dish as “pork, skate and peanuts” of our Dave’s favourite dishes with an Asian twist. Diners verdict “complex, inventive food combinations” served in a “defiantly upmarket” spot!!
Steak night specials which might be a 10oz rump served with crispy potatoes, onion rings and a dessert for only £18
Please call us on 01752225522 to reserve your table- you won’t want to miss this!!
We are offering a series of Pan Asian nights- 5 courses for £34.95 pp featuring cuisines from Malaysia, Thailand, Japan and India.
The next one will be the evening of Thursday 26th September 2019.
You know the feeling, why is it like that? That’s how it all started, why can’t I have a great breakfast at 2pm?
“Not only is the food at this brasserie a guaranteed hit on Instagram (beautiful plating; flowers and micro-herbs aplenty), it’s also delicious. “
We’re open 7 days a week…
10am – 3pm
5pm – 9:30pm
We are closed between 3 and 5pm
First-class ingredients and creative flavours – no wonder Rock Salt keeps bagging awards. Their range is remarkable
Dave Jenkins, who works at Rock Salt Café and Salumi, picked up the prestigious Best Chef award at the Food Reader Awards 2019 and now joins the likes of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Nathan Outlaw, who have previously received the award.
Rock Salt was recently listed in The Sunday Times Top Restaurants for £20 a head as part of the Best 130 places in Britain for cheap eats.