Welcome to summer in Vauxhall

Every where you look something is blooming or fruiting in summer and Counter News is no exception, sprouting in your direction.

New menu

Our new summer menu rolls out on June 1st. Ever popular scallops come with a Japanese twist while the Chicken Fried Rabbit is brought back for an encore. In the calorie countin' chorus, our five fit salads prove delicious can be healthy.
The Counter Burger is secure in the spotlight  but our new Giant Grilled Tiger Prawns are a star in the making.
Finally, to cool you for the steamy city streets, save some room for an ice cream, now freshly made in-house by Dan and his high kickin' kitchen cuties.

Summer drinks

As the evenings get longer, we decided to give you a whole bouquet of new summer drinks. 
For the vinos amongst you we now have three great French roses to choose from. To tickle your interest, one is a Malbec and one a Sancerre. 
Beer fans get a whole selection of champagne style beers. If that just sounds too complicated, we also welcome Goose Island IPA from Chicago and Angry Orchard Hard Cider from the Hudson Valley on our draft lines.
If you like it mixed, new summer cocktails like the Coyote or Notre Dame should keep you happy.
Don't forget Happy Hour every day from 5pm to 8pm.

Our supplier of the month: Earl of Bedlam

Mark Wesley and Lady C are collectively “Earl of Bedlam” a Kennington based fashion house that takes its name from the previous life of the Imperial War Museum - the Bethlehem Hospital. They have made bespoke suits for many local people as well as names such as Michel Roux jr., Simon le Bon, Roger Daltrey & Gregory Porter not to mention their favourite poster boy, Mark Hill of the BBC Antiques Roadshow. As not everyone wears a suit, they also screen print tee shirts the old fashioned way, and were proud to make a little contribution to Counter by making the staff t shirts and aprons. You can find out more about them on www.earlofbedlam.co.uk or follow them on Twitter @newsfromBedlam
Picture courtesy off Jill Furmanovsky.