Guinness soda bread, seaweed butter 4.00
Potted secret smokehouse salmon, sorrel 6.50
Dooncastle oysters, pickled apple & dill £3 for 1 or £15 for 6
Irish lamb tartare, St.Tola goat’s cheese, dulse 8.50
Potato & smoked eel risotto 9.00
Stout & beef stew, champ mash 12.00
Guinness cheesecake, coffee caramel 7.00
A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to your final bill.
This is a sample menu and dishes are subject to change.
Welcome to Counter Culture - The Dairy’s naughty little brother, located just next door.
Join us on our WORLD TOUR!
March and April = Ireland
See the events tab for full details.
We are a small plates restaurant with just 14 stools, Counter Culture is a celebration of all of the small things we are passionate about. We’re pickling, fermenting, curing and bottling the best of the season’s produce, and coupling it with the incredible meat, fish and vegetables from all of our key suppliers to create delicious simple plates.
BYOB available with a corkage charge of £10 per bottle of wine. Non-wine drinkers also welcome to BYO Beer/Spirits.
For bookings over 4 persons and further enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0208 191 7960 after 4pm.
Counter Culture is available for exclusive hire for groups of up to 18 guests Tuesday - Sunday. Please email email@example.com for all enquiries.
Jameson Old Fashioned 8.00
Jameson, brown sugar, angostura bitters
Tomás' Margarita 9.00
Bán Poitín, agave, lime juice
Gangs of NY 9.00
Butter washed Jameson, Vault Vermouth, Maraschino
MARCH - APRIL: IRELAND
We are currently running our World Tour with an evolving menu focusing on a different culture's cuisine every few months. For March and April, we are off to the Emerald Isle celebrating some of the best suppliers and ingredients that Ireland has to offer across both our menu and drinks list.
ST. PATRICK'S WEEK
•12th-16th March: Our Irish menu, pints of Guinness and Irish cocktails are available every evening.
• 16th and 17th March, 12-4pm: Robin will be shucking Dooncastle oysters and pulling pints of Guinness in celebration of Paddy's Day and The Dairy's 6th birthday.