Take Away Menu

Thank you for last weeks support with our Take Away service, we are loving the feedback. This week we be offering it Thursday to Saturday.

Information on orders

. The dishes come in foil containers. Please let us know when ordering if you would prefer plastic containers for the microwave.

. We can provide for larger families, for families of four or more, you will receive a 15% discount.


. A discount of 35% will be given to NHS workers. (providing an NHS card)


. We will be doing bank transfer for payment so we can all keep our distance.


. When you come to collect, we ask that you open the boot and step away

from the car – I will come out and place the order into your car, wearing disposable gloves. You will then need to close your boot.


. We need 24 hours’ notice prior to collection of your order.


. This service is available from Thursday to Saturday, but you can order Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for collection on Thursday.


. Please email or text your order. info@jewshouserestaurant.co.uk or 07590058666

. When we receive your order we send you an acknowledgment with bank details and a reference for immediate payment by bank transfer. This gives us time to match the order to the payment.

. Collection slots will be available from 3 pm till 6 pm Thursday to Saturday.

Wine Wisdom

Samanatha Tomkins just loves comparing classic wines and gets plenty of practice on her travels.

She owns the Jews House Resaurant with partner Gavin Aitkenhead and trips abroad tend to have a touch of the Busman’s Holiday about them. Bewlow Samantha shares just a little of the knowledge gleaned on a recent wine trip to Australia.

I have been in love with Australian reds since we got the restaurant in 2006. It was the only non-French wine in our cellar at the time. Now 14 years later, our wine list is reflective of our love for travelling, food and wine.

I love French wines but do believe you can get better value further afield. On our recent trip I compared two classic French grapes that have been grown in Southern Australia. From the light reds to the knife and fork ones, I have been enjoying them all. The 2004 Fox Creek was up for comparison against my all-time favourite 1999 Park First Growth. It did well! The 2004 Fox Creek is 100% Shiraz. I have always loved my Cabernet Sauvignon but the Mclaren Vale has opened my eyes to Shriaz. Known as Syrah in France, it’s such a versatile grape. From softer, fruity reds to deep, dark powerful ones. Drop down further in Australia and you have coonawarra, full of Cabernet Sauvignon, again known as the Bordeaux grape but South Australia has created a wonderful balance of rich reds that doesn’t break the bank.

While I keep debating which grape I love more and from where, why not compare Cabernet Sauignon and Shiraz from Australia and see if you agree with me on the value for money.

A few that are worth a try:

Fox Creek Shiraz, Reynella Basket Pressed Shiraz, Kay Brothers Block 6 Shiraz

Two hands, Cabernet Sauvignon Wynns Cabernet Sauvignon Park Coonawarra, Cabernet Sauvignon