Goat on the Roof: New restaurant bringing British tapas to Newbury next week
A new restaurant is due to open in Newbury next week.
Goat on the Roof is owned and run by Patrick Vaughan-Fowler and head chef Sam May and will welcome its first customers on Tuesday (May 3).
The new British tapas restaurant and wine bar is opening on Bridge Street, in the former bank that was until recently Arigato Japanese restaurant.
The restaurant will be on the ground floor, with the first floor occupied by the wine bar – which boasts more than 50 specially-selected natural and sustainable wines – and tapas bar.
The new owners said the focus was on “seasonal and sustainable British tapas” and that the “new dining concept celebrates the incredible fare from producers and farmers in the British Isles”.
The focus is on small plates and sharing dishes, with the former starting from £3.50 and puddings starting from £7.
You can see the menu and book a table at www.goatontheroof.co.uk
Mr Vaughan-Fowler said: “We’re thrilled to bring this concept to the historic market town of Newbury.
“We always wanted to produce a menu that truly celebrates the farmers and producers of the UK and heralds an identity of what British cuisine has now become.
“From fisherman to cheese mongers, local vintners to farmers, Goat on the Roof offers a fresh new take on the bounty of ingredients that we’ve always been lucky to have in the UK.”