Polished wood and green ceramic tiles mean The Teller looks appealing inside.
Overseen by general manager Andy Mastin and chef patron Sam Armitage, the ethos is ‘high-end quality food, great drinks and decent tunes’. Gourmet small plates are on the menu, and much attention has been paid to desserts too – fried sticky toffee pudding, billionaire’s shortcake with dulce de leche ice cream and ‘Granny’s Queen of Puddings’ are available to order. The restaurant is located in the building where The Vault antiques shop used to be, on the corner of Abbeydale Road and Sheldon Road. Read on to find out more and visit www.theteller.co.uk for further details.
Outside The Teller bar and restaurant, on Abbeydale Road. Picture: Steve Ellis
Supervisor Abby Wright is pictured at The Teller's bar.
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Co-owner Andy Mastin is pictured.
The Teller is the latest addition to a stretch of Abbeydale Road that is becoming ever more populated with interesting places to eat and drink. Cole's Corner - a record shop and cafe bar - and rotisserie specialist La Barracca have recently launched there too.
Chef patron Sam Armitage has said The Teller aims to offer 'high-end food in a really relaxed setting'.
Fine gin and tonics and the dark ’n’ stormy - made with dark rum and ginger beer - are among The Teller's specialities.
The Teller's menu consists of many small plates that diners can pick and choose from - Crab Arrancini, Lobster Mac 'n' Cheese, Stuffed Crispy Pig’s Trotters and Roasted Pheasant Breast are some of the highlights. There are plenty of vegetarian options too, such as Red Onion and Birds Eye Bhajis.
Andy Mastin previously owned The Gin Bar in VintEdge, across the road from where The Teller is now.
The Teller is housed in a building that was once a bank - hence the restaurant's name.