Purveyors of fine food and drinks
Purveyors of fine food and drinks
Split over 3 levels, the urban, industrial theme you’ll find inside makes this place quite unique. Our state of the art open plan kitchen is perfect for showcasing KNEAD farm’s meat and adding mouth-watering flavours throughout our dishes.
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If you love ale, fine wine and great food, then the KNEAD Love Card is a must have for your purse or wallet!
Paten & Co is currently open for bookings for Christmas Parties.All Events/Offers
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