Vanilla cheesecake, passion fruit, pineapple sorbet
Roasted figs, pistachios, thyme, honey, ice cream
Blackberry trifle, white chocolate, orange
Warm Valhrona chocolate cake, sorbet, salted caramel, pecans
Caramelised banana, yoghurt gelato, honeycomb, dime bar, pistachio
Hazelnut meringue, quince, ginger, apple, ice cream
Selection of European and Irish farmhouse cheese, biscuits and chutney
Desserts £6.50 / Cheese £8.50
Please inform your server if you suffer from any food allergies
Why not pair dessert or cheese with a delicious glass of port?
Fonseca Bin 27 Ruby- this medium to full bodied port has lovely sweet plum and raisin fruit flavours
Taylor’s Late Bottled Vintage 2009- Deep ruby red colour, black morello cherry on the nose, great vibrancy and wonderful freshness of fruit.
On the palate, cassis, plums and blackberry combine harmoniously with the well-integrated and tightly knit tannins. Long elegant finish.
La fleur d’Or Sauternes AC 2012
The aromas feature candied pineapple and lemon with a hint of crème caramel.
Bright and almost tangy before the sweet honey, candied fruit, and crème brûlée flavours expand to coat your palate.
Glass £6.00 ½ Bottle £25.50
Black Elysium Muscat 2011
Magenta in colour, this wine is provocatively rose perfumed with deep layers of Black Muscat flavour.
Glass £6.00 ½ Bottle £24.50
Brumont Chateau Bouscassé ‘Les Larmes Célestes’ Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh AC 2012
A very aromatic wine, with a rather discreet sweetness. The rich acidity combines perfectly with the sugars.
Finesse, elegance and lightness perfectly characterise this wine.
Glass £6.00 Bottle (500ml) £27.00
Campbells Rutherglen Muscat
A delightful offering, in a fresh young style, exhibiting the sweet luscious fruit flavours for which Rutherglen Muscat is famous.
Won gold medals at both the International wine challenge and Decanter world wine awards 2010.
Glass £6.00 ½ Bottle £26.50
Seifried ‘Sweet Agnes’ Riesling 2010
A powerful and potent dessert wine, with all the elegance of its cool climate roots.
The concentrated ripe peach and nectarine flavours are balanced nicely with the fine natural acidity,
backbone and zest, leaving a smooth lingering finish
Glass £8.00 ½ Bottle £31.25
Chateau d’Orignac Pineau de Charentes
Made from two thirds grape must (Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot) and one thirdCognacand taking ten years to produce,
this wine results in an intense, complex nose of peaches, apricots, honey, almonds andCognac,
with an unforgettably smooth texture on the palate.