|Tuesday - Saturday||9am - 10pm|
|Sunday||12pm - 5pm|
Once upon a time, a renowned restaurant critic summarised The Cauldron Restaurant with the following; "Mad: a bit. Delicious: Absolutely."
Oh, Marina O'Loughlin, we applaud your review, and the nationwide recognition you have granted The Cauldron. This rustic wholesome restaurant can be found lurking along Mina Road in the depths of St Werburgh's free-spirited community. The bohemian vibe is channelled in the kitchen, from the use of charcoal powered cast-iron cauldrons, to the wonder emporium of unusual spices and allotment-grown ingredients used in the food. The homely goodness of this place permeates everything; even the pickles, preserves, mayonnaise and cordials are the magical creations of well-kept recipes.
The incredibly moreish favour of every dish is thanks to these archaic cooking techniques. The menus are wacky and metamorphosic - have you ever been presented with charcoal-grilled jerk aubergine, or blueberry and bacon eggy bread with lavender and thyme honey before?
Thanks to The Cauldron, magical eating is no longer an urban myth.