Two MICHELIN Stars : Excellent cooking, worth a detour!
The personality and talent of the chef and their team is evident in the expertly crafted dishes, which are refined, inspired and sometimes original.
Lockdown gave many people time to pause and reflect and, here at Liath, it prompted the team time to come up with something new. The room now sports a stylish, contemporary look – and when entering via the rustic market you’ll feel like Alice in Wonderland, as the place has a cosy, magical feel. With just a handful of tables, it makes for a personal dining experience, with Damien Grey and his small team explaining the dishes personally to their guests. There’s an early evening sitting of 3 courses (the ‘Preview’) and a later sitting where they serve the full surprise tasting menu; both showcase Liath favourites from across the years, which have been continually reworked and perfected. Bold, original dishes are centred around the five tastes – salty, savoury, sweet, bitter and sour – which come together in perfect harmony, and excellent wine pairings further enhance the experience.
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