Unfortunately, due to the Corona-virus crisis, it’s with great sadness we’ve had to temporarily close our doors. We are now in Hibernation.
- Our reservations are currently closed for bookings for the months of April, May and June 2020. This will be reviewed regularly based on government updates on guest and staff safety.
- For pre-planned events, we will be in touch 4 weeks prior to the date of your event to help plan, should we be in a safe position to reopen for business. We will continue to review this ever-changing situation and act accordingly.
- For important enquiries, email us. Our offices are unmanned and the boss is looking over emails received as and when possible.
Best wishes, stay safe, and we look forward to welcoming you back soon.
We are missing you, please consider buying a missing you voucher.
Group of friends + toddler. We were so welcome and the service was fantastic. Great food and drinks – something for everyone. We’re regulars because of the chilled vibe, choice, quality and friendly staff. 🙂
Passionately stolen by us, for you
Stolen has a number of meanings for the new bar and restaurant. It marks a new generation of the Gerard family taking over the business. Owner Chris Gerard has been building restaurants for others and himself since 1983, but his son Charlie is now behind the new restaurant.
“Charlie has been involved in hospitality since he first tested carrots as a five-year-old and look what has happened to my helping him, he has nicked my business”
Charlie’s idea is to ‘steal’ the best food and ingredients from around the world and bring them together in an all-day menu of stretched sourdoughs, grills and salads: from Sea Bass, to pesto, to hoisin duck and wasabi.
“We’re celebrating exciting national and international food styles by keeping what makes them delicious but reinventing their style and flavours for today” explains Charlie.
Your Own Bespoke Grill
Customers can take the re-purposing even further by creating their own bespoke grill, sauce and salad options.
The Stolen notion is also evident throughout the restaurant, with ‘stolen’ traffic cones and an old bike hanging outside. Inside menus taken from hundreds of other restaurants provide some of the wallpaper.