What's on the menu?

What's on the menu?

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Taste Nottingham 2016- Beer and Main Course at Purecraft

Up until recently we'd not noticed Purecraft Nottingham on our radar. Having rarely ventured into the city of late there have been a number of restaurants and bars that have slipped past us. Purecraft is housed in what used to be Dome on St Peters Gate and is a collaboration between Paul Halsey of Purity Brewing Co, Andreas Antona a Michelin Starred Chef and Martin Hilton, former direct of Mitchells and Butler. With such a wealth of talent behind the venture Nottingham drinkers and diners should be in for a treat.

As part of an event to promote Taste Nottingham we were welcomed into Purecraft for a Main Course of Beer Brined Pork Belly, Potato Purée, Black Pudding & Apple

Beer Brined Pork Belly, Potato Purée, Black Pudding & Apple at Purecraft Nottingham
The Pork Belly was beautifully cooked and broke away easily as you slide your knife through. I worked well with the crumbled black pudding and fine potato puree to make a very nice main course. Very simple yet we know many people who would love such a classic dish.. At £12 on the menu we also believe it represents good value compared to many other restaurants. 

Our Pork Belly was paired with a glass of Purity Gold Beer which would be an excellent drink to many a real ale lover. Sadly for me I'm not an IPA or hoppy beer lover and they tend to leave a soapy taste in my mouth which masks any significant food flavours and I struggle to pick out other significant notes, Mark really loved his however and thought it was a great beer he'd happily drink more of. 

Purity Pure Gold Beer 

For the drinker in us we're certainly very interested in Purecraft's extensive selection of Beers and very nice food menu. They're gone a level above with a night for food and beer pairing on June 30th (Which we'd have ordered tickets for if we didn't have some other significant plans). With a 6 course menu paired with beer we're pretty sure for £30 you'll come away very happy having tasted plenty. 

What Beer Next- Purecraft Nottingham










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