Stokehouse City's downstairs offering has been relaunched as [Stoke] Bar + Kitchen. Offering a relaxed bar and eating experience where you can catch up for a quick drink, enjoy a few bar nibbles, or stay for a substantial meal.
The bar offers a selection of wines that start from $8 a glass from Shadowfax and Michael Hall, and an emphasis on craft beers.
The food menu is designed to be enjoyed with a drink from the bar at any time of the day. We recommend the Salt cod & speck croquettes on sweet corn puree and Beef tartare as well as their scrumptious Brussels sprouts, cotechino sausage & smoked almonds to share on the side.
More substantial meals are also available like their The Stoke Burger.
The warm, intimate and moody space has a dramatically different identity to the Stokehouse City restaurant abovee. Warm black gloss sprayed ‘ombre’ walls with an acidic yellow dado line to sharpen the softness of the effect. Parquet floor was striped back to expose natural timber, and graphic borders at the wall and floor junctions were added to highlight the parquet herringbone pattern and bring a vivid sharpness to the space.
Gastrology bloggers dined courtesy of [Stoke] Bar + Kitchen.