Lunch Menu Specials for Tuesday – Friday
Lamb Tajine Wap filled with cous cous, cucuumber, semi-dried tomatoes, pistachio nuts, fresh coriander, hummes and tahini – R65
Smoked Chicken Wrap filled with avocado, tomotoes, fresh rocket and dill mayonnaise – R60
Choice of 2 Sliders (Chicken, Beef, Lamb or Veg) with a choice of Crispy potato skins or fresh salad – R50
The Lunch Platter (serves 1) R85
Mini Pork Pie
Mini Sour Dough Rolls
Piccalilli (a relish of chopped pickled)
Rocket Parmesan Salad
Beer Battered Hake & Chips with tartare sauce & pickled onion - R70
Pan Fried Calamari & Chips with lemon butter - R60
Caprese Salad with avocado, basil pesto and white balsamic - R60
200g Dry-Aged Rump Steak with a choice of chips or fresh salad and peppercorn butter - R70
Tuna Melt with mayonnaise, emmenthal cheese & fresh salad - R50
Artichoke Linquine with sundried tomatoes, asparagus, basil and goat’s cheese - R75
ALL SERVED WITH A COMPLIMENTARY GLASS OF ICE COLD MINERAL WATER
Bring your mates down for our new After Graft Craft Special! Tuesday – Thursdays 2 for 1 Drinks Special!!
The Griffin will be closed tonight, 4 December 2014, for a private function. See y’all tomorrow though!!
Remember that The Griffin is closed between the 22nd of December and the 5th of January 2015
A neighbourhood local that’s not quite a bar and not quite a restaurant,the gastropub is a British-born hybrid of sorts; offering a casual-meets-refined atmosphere that welcomes beer drinkers and wine snobs, non-fussy eaters and foodies alike.
We have seven craft beers beers and a cider on tap, your usual favourite bottled beers and a range of carefully selected imported beers of the unusual kind, perfectly paired with The Griffin’s English gastropub, dynamic cuisine.
The Griffin Craft Beer Gastropub is Martin Jakoby and Thomas Hughes’ latest venture. The Griffin pays homage to the best beer and wine from home and abroad, while offering beautiful, fresh, seasonal food in the coolest surroundings.
The craft beer market has taken off around the world, led by the United States and followed closely by the UK. Perhaps people are drawn to it because it is artisanal, independent and sophisticated, or maybe because it is plain delicious.