Wolf down Gerard’s Bar’s new menu | Gourmand and Gourmet

Wolf down Gerard's Bar's new menu

After a false start in March, executive chef Adam Wolfers is ready to launch Gerard's Bar's new menu!

A staple pre-COVID, and even throughout (when Gerard’s Bistro dished up some of the best take-home meals in town), Adam’s range of house-made breads with Middle Eastern and Mediterranean roots have become something of a staple at the acclaimed James Street stalwart.

Now, Gerard’s Bar is finally back in action with Adam’s pared-back, Middle Eastern-style grazing menu in tow from Thursday, October 22. Led by a list of 11 mezze dishes to pair with fluffy wood-fired laffa bread, standouts on the new menu include wagyu basturma, smoked Kinkawooka mussels, and aged tehina sprinkled with Aleppo pepper.

While we were guilty of downing more than a few of the cheeseburgers that featured on the former menu, our peepers are now set on the manoushe with sujuk, onion and sumac, and pide with akawi, spinach and cacik—perfect for pairing with a rosé off the revamped drinks list, we reckon! 

Now, with a cohesive influence and expression across both Gerard’s Bistro and Gerard’s Bar, the hardest choice has become which one you’ll settle in to… 

Images by Dan Mumbles.

 

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Words by Georgia Condon
- the gourmet whose love for mezze is laffa-ble.