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Specialising in the fine vintage bottles from around the world, this independent wine merchant and bistro is owned by Dan Cameron of Cameron's Kitchen. Established to be an alternative for the supermarket brands, The Knife and Cork holds over 250 varied wines and a vast array of specialist lagers, ales, ciders and spirits. A knowledgeable staff is happy to provide advice and guidance to ensure all customers find something that suits their taste.
Knife and Cork were closed so had to book into Cameron’s kitchen instead. That was ok but they had no menu to show us what was on each platter to enable us to choose which one was best for us. Only 3 small slices of toast between 2 and a small platter, also the wine was very dry, again with no choice. Probably wouldn’t go there again.
Excellent food and first class service love going here
you wont find better food than here at the knife&cork/camerons restaurant
We had a lovely lunch in the main restaurant the lady was so friendly and welcoming. The fish sharing platter was very tasty . Defanatly go back again.
My friend and I wanted to visit on a friday but the actual knife & cork dining room wasn't open that day so we were offered to dine in the main restaurant Camerons Kitchen which was lovely! We had the fish platter - smoked salmon, prawns, 2 fishcakes and a sml round of goats cheese with 2 long thin slices of toasted baguette each served with yummy tartare sauce. We had a bottle of wine with the offer and chose Red, Rioja came and although I'm not a big fan of rioja it was really moreish! Lovely lunch with a superb waitress - Gill.
The offer was redeemed at Cameron’s bistro as the knife and cork are no longer open at lunch. We had a beautiful red Rioja and the meat platter which was fant
Menu looks great - we had a fish platter deal but could see food coming to other tables. All was well presented and people seemed to be enjoying.
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