A few weeks ago Natalie and the team at The Rotisserie Hub invited us down to celebrate their second birthday and try their new menu.
The Rotisserie Hub is a few minutes outside of the city centre, and the perfect place for a meal if you don’t fancy venturing out in town for something to eat. We arrived after work, ready to eat and we were not disappointed by the selection on the menu.
We started with the meatballs and falafel bites with hummus, and a side of the halloumi fries. The halloumi was on point, some of the best I’ve had in a long time. All of the starters are available as small plates, and you can mix and match 3 for £12 if you don’t fancy a full main.
For my main I ordered the half rotisserie chicken deal with chips and smokey BBQ buffalo sauce. Jon ordered the katsu chicken curry, served with white rice and pickled vegetables. Both meals where so fresh, with super generous portion sizes. I have not stopped thinking about the BBQ sauce and how succulent my rotisserie chicken was – definitely beats a cooked chicken in a bag.
I feel like there’s a separate part of your stomach that always stays empty for dessert or something sweet after a big meal. Even though we where full from our feast, we couldn’t resist the dessert menu. I ordered the sticky toffee pudding with diary-free ice cream, which I scoffed entirely before getting a good picture. I also washed it down with a Bramble cocktail. Perfect for a midweek treat! Jon got the cheesecake of the day, which was Oreo and he assured me was delicious.
Everything about The Rotisserie Hub was fabulous and I cannot wait to return in the new year to try their famous Sunday Roast (booking is advisable – it’s that good!). You can follow The Rotisserie Hub on Instagram and Facebook, and book a table with them through their website.
Once again, thanks to Natalie and the Keating family for inviting us and for such a lovely evening! Meal and drinks were complimentary but all views and pictures are our own.