TRURO’S newest, hotly anticipated restaurant has opened its doors on Calenick Street.
Mustard & Rye, which has taken over the building previously occupied by Pippas Steakhouse, officially opens on Friday 20th after weeks of speculation.
“We’re overwhelmed by the amount of support and hype that has swept through the town about Mustard & Rye,” said Tom Hancock owner/manager. “It feels like we’ve hit the spot with our concept of casual, New York inspired dining and look forward to sharing our love of big bold flavours with our customers.”
Mustard & Rye is described as an industrial American diner with a vintage twist. Designed by Alistair Graham, Studiopublic, the main restaurant downstairs is a large, fun space appealing to all age groups, with an informal eating area to the front for a quick bite to eat. Upstairs, the late-night bar Speakeasy, is inspired the 20′s Prohibition era and will open on Friday and Saturday nights until 2am.
Executive Head Chef, Matt Long, has spent months perfecting the Mustard & Rye menu, sauces and cooking methods. The menu has been carefully designed to suit all taste buds and includes; the ‘Classics’ – rib-eye steak, meatballs and burgers. The ‘Smoked’ – pulled pork, belly ribs, beef brisket and beer can chicken. The ‘Hot Dogs’ – with a range of exciting hot dog combinations from ‘3 little pigs’ to ‘sloppy dawg’. As well as sandwiches, salads, veggie options and a kid’s menu.
“We’ve tried and tested the recipes for the past few months and are pretty excited by the results. The smoked section of the menu includes mouth watering, succulent meat which is cooked low and slow for hours in our smoker which was imported direct from the States,” said Matt Long. “We’re now really excited to unleash the food on our customers and really hope they’re excited about the food as much as we are.”
Mustard & Rye is open daily from 11am to 11pm (Sundays until 10pm); the Speakeasy upstairs also has a license until 2am on Friday and Saturday nights.
See you all soon!