We serve food, seven days a week. From early breakfasts downstairs in our coffee & bagel bar from 7:30am through to late night bar snacks and everything in between.
In the main restaurant, you have front row seats into our impressive open kitchen, so you can see our chefs preparing your dishes. If you fancy a bit of added theatre to your dining experience you can take a seat up ‘at the pass’ so you can see all of the action up close. The venue itself is very unique, having been a ball room in yonder years, there is a huge amount of history within our walls and some of the greats including Clapton have graced the stage.
All our menus centre on the very best produce from around the county, picking the best of what is in season. We have become famous for our incredible sticky pork ribs and cote de boeuf to share. Most of our shellfish comes straight to us from the North Norfolk coast where we have our sister restaurant establishment The White Horse.
From simple bar snacks, our great value seasonal market lunch menu, through to ‘the works’ on our main menus with Hermitage Rd twists you are sure to have a memorable dining experience with us. We have become famous for our ‘Host a Roast’ on a Sunday which is all the joy of having a family Sunday Roast at home, with none of the mess or stress. Pre-order only, a selected carver from the table will ‘host’ with a glamorous assistant from Hermitage rd to help serve. Help your self veg and gravy down the table.
We can cater for a host of dietary needs. Some sample menus can be seen here…
Friday – 11am-1am
Saturday – 930am-1am
Sunday – 930am-10pm
Monday-Friday 12pm-2pm 630pm-10pm
Saturday – 930am-10pm
Sunday – 930am-8pm
Check out our wine list, you should find something for everyone.
We also have a great selection of guest ales making an appearance over our bar including some from our very own Brancaster Brewery.
Ian is our fantastic head chef. All eyes are on him and his talented brigade in Hermitage Rd’s impressive open kitchen. He has been a professional chef for 13 years, working in a number of London’s top restaurants including Aubergine under the guiding light of William Drabble. He is responsible for giving classic dishes a ‘Hermitage Twist’ and loves to experiment with food and flavour. He puts a high command on great produce and is a keen gardener himself, in fact when not running the kitchen you will find him tending to his own fruit and veg patches.