The Source

Locally sourced

OUR MEAT DOESN’T FLY

Port of Call will be a modern British grill cooking meat such as steak, lamb, chicken, in both traditional and innovative dishes to bring out distinctive textures and flavours that will excite and interest all taste buds. x                                                                                                                   Having travelled across Britain in pursuit of the very best in meat, Port of Call will be using Hereford Angus Longhorn beef, which has excellent marbling - essential for tenderness and taste. x

"Port of Call will use locally sourced British meat from a select group of local farmers in County Durham and North Yorkshire."

GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO WAIT  x   At the head of Port of Call’s menu will be 28 day-aged steak that is both tender and full of favour.x

THE SEAFOOD

Sunderland grew from a small fishing village formed at the mouth of the River Wear and was granted a charter in 1179. Fishing has been at the heart of Sunderland ever since and, up until the 1970's, was one of the main sources of employment in the area alongside shipbuilding. x                                                                                                     Smoked, seared, grilled and broiled, Port of Call will carefully prepare seasonal, fresh seafood brought in daily from North Tyneside so as to accentuate the natural flavours of the sea without overwhelming them. x

"Sunderland has a proud tradition of ship building, at one point it was the largest ship building port in the world"

LOBSTER BREEM SCALLOPS MUSSELS

Craft with pride

-CRAFT BEERS ON TAP & IN THE FRIDGE . x                                                                                                                                      A wide range of craft beers will be available with no added preservatives and no cheap substitutes, just barley, hops, yeast, water and huge mind-blowing flavours. x

"Brew Dog, Double Maxim, Sharp's cornish pilsner
and Anchor steam are but a few of our headline beverages. "

drift seamlessly into the early hours, fuelled by our craft beers. craftybeer

THE RUM

The history of Rum can be traced back to Navy vessels entering the Caribbean regions in the 1600’s. Captains of the vessels used beer and water as rations on long distance journeys but, on discovery, were keen to use the cheaper source of liquid sold by local sugar cane plantations called “kill devil” – a by-product of sugar cane processing, which became known as rum. Rum has since developed into an incredible spirit that comes in a huge variety of colours, strengths and flavours. No matter what your taste, there’ll be a rum to suit. x

"Over 40 Rums
Exclusive rum cocktails
Rums from around the world "

OVER 40 RUMS THE NORTHS HOME OF THE DARK & STORMY  rumbottle

Must Create