Cocktails and Drinks
- WHISKEY and WHISKY
- LIQUEURS & VERMOUTH
- SOFT DRINKS
|Beefeater London Dry Gin||£2.50|
|Beefeater 24 London Dry Gin||£2.80|
|Bloom Premium London Dry Gin||£2.95|
|Bloom Strawberry Cup||£3.45|
|Havana 3 Year Old||£2.50|
|Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum||£2.60|
|Havana 7 Year Old||£2.80|
|Remy Martin VSOP||£4.35|
|Hine Rare VSOP||£5.65|
WHISKEY and WHISKY
|Chivas Regal 12 Year Old||£3.60|
|Chivas Regal 18 Year Old||£6.50|
|Glenfiddich 12 Year Old||£4.20|
|Glenfiddich 15 Year Old||£4.95|
|Glenfiddich 18 Year Old||£8.50|
|Glenfiddich 21 Year Old||£14.95|
Fancy a sample through the Glenfiddich ages? Try our Glenfiddich Flight featuring the 15YO, 18YO and 21YO, served on a Glenfiddich barrel stave priced at £27.50
|Taylor’s 20 Year Old||£7.35|
|Mortimers Orchard Draft||£3.95|
|Rekorderlig Apple Cider||£4.55|
|Rekorderlig Mango and Raspberry Cider||£4.55|
|Rekorderlig Passion Fruit Cider||£4.55|
|Rekorderlig Pear Cider||£4.55|
|Rekorderlig Strawberry and Lime Cider||£4.55|
|Rekorderlig Wild Berries Cider||£4.55|
LIQUEURS & VERMOUTH
|St Germaine Elderflower Liqueur||£3.15|
|Martini Extra Dry||£1.95|
|Olmeca Reposado Tequila||£2.95|
|Olmeca Bianco Tequila||£2.95|
|Tio Pepe Sherry||£3.95|
|Timothy Taylor Draft||£3.95|
|Liefmanns Fruit Beer||£4.85|
|Bottled Orange Juice||£1.85|
|Bottled Cranberry Juice||£1.85|
|Pepsi||£1.65 / £2.60|
|Diet Pepsi||£1.65 / £2.60|
|Lemonade||£1.65 / £2.60|
|Fentimans Light Tonic||£1.95|
|Fentimans 1905 Herbal Tonic||£2.00|
|Fentimans Bitter Lemon||£1.95|
|Fentimans Ginger Ale||£1.95|
|Fentimans Ginger Beer||£1.95 / £2.95|
|Fentimans Rose Lemonade||£1.95 / £2.95|
|Fentimans Orange Jigger||£2.95|
|Fentimans English Elderflower||£2.95|
|San Pellegrino 250 ml||£1.50|
|San Pellegrino 750 ml||£3.65|
|San Pellegrino Limonata||£2.45|
|San Pellegrino Aranciata||£2.45|
|Fruit Juice||£1.65 / £2.60|
Champagne and Prosecco based cocktails for a lighter drink, perfect before, during or after a meal.
Between 1919 -1930, Aperol became popular in the post war period all over Italy with young adults. Leading into the 1950s where the concept of the Aperol Spritz was born with the infamous Italian actor Tino Buazzeli coining the catchphrase 'Ah, Aperol'. An iconic Italian cocktail combining Aperol, Prosecco and Soda, served over ice with a bold wedge of fresh orange.
A San Giovanni twist on the classic cocktail, created for customers who prefer something a little sweeter. This refreshing in house creation contains elements of mint and lime, whilst following suit using Prosecco and Soda, replacing Aperol with St. Germaine elderflower cordial. Served over ice.
Originating from Burgandy in the 1940s, the Kir Royale was created by World War 2 hero Felix Kir - the Major of Dijon - in an effort to promote the local French wines. He mixed the local wine with locally produced 'Crème de Cassis' in order to sweeten the wine. It has now been adapted through the regions of France to include Champagne, seen as a more luxurious alternative to the original. Piper Heidsieck Brut Champagne served split with Chambord blackcurrant liqueur. Simple, classic and delicious.
Created by Giuseppe Cipriani founder of Harry's Bar in Venice between 1934 and 1948. The name 'Bellini' was chosen, as he perceived the colour of the drink to be similar to that used in a painting by the 15th century Venetian artist, Giovanni Bellini. Itynera Prosecco, decadently served split with refreshing peach juice.
If you like rum and you’re looking to try something with history and character yet contemporary, this drink is for you. This vintage cocktail is based around Havana Club Especial golden rum, delicately combined with notes of ginger, mint and lime. Fragrant and smooth lengthened with a splash of Piper Heidsieck Brut champagne.
|Berries and Bubbles
A stunning in house creation, St Germain Elderflower liqueur muddled with fresh raspberries, blueberries and strawberries served long, topped with Piper Heidsieck Brut Champagne.
Hailing from the stunning capital of Tuscany, this thirst quenching cocktail is perfectly suited for those with a sweet tooth and a taste for fruit. Faultless for a bright spring day to a hot summer evening, this in house creation is an Italian fusion of Limoncello and elderflower, accompanied by cranberry and elongated with a generous serving of crisp Itynera Prosecco.
Classic cocktails made the San Giovanni way.
Invented in 1941 by John G. Martin, known also as Jack, who was having trouble launching a certain vodka brand. He had made a similarly bad decision in investing in ginger beer. In an effort to save embarrassment, he cleverly combined the two. Thus the Moscow Mule was born. The untarnished and distinct blend of Absolut vodka, ginger and lime. Served purely over crushed ice, with a confident citrus lime wheel.
|Dark and Stormy
The Royal Navy has been well known to enjoy a rum or two, however in the late 1800s to early 1900s, the Navy opened a ginger beer plant in the dockyards. This lead to the sailors mixing their drinks, hoping to get 'sea legs' but instead creating an alternative taste to neat rum. Aromatic ginger beer floated on a lavish Havana 7 Year Old base, with a crisp helping of lime and a sprinkling of bitters.
Havana was the birthplace of the Mojito, which is even more of a reason to use the original Havana Club Especial rum in this cocktail! It was created in 1586 as Francis Drake sailed the seas, when an outbreak of scurvy threatened those on board. Once docked, the local South Americans in Havana used this drink as a local remedy cure. An ample serving of Havana Club Especial, artistically muddled with sugar and a handful of fresh mint, a citrus hit of lime, elegantly finished with a dash of soda.
Fancy a spiced version? Just ask your bartender for the Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum Mojito!
A favourite of both Ernest Hemingway and President John F. Kennedy, the San Giovanni daiquiri is made the simple classic way, served short in a coupe glass. Using the basic principles of lime, sugar and fresh strawberries, shaken with a double serving of Havana 3 Year Old rum, this is a simple but stunning drink.
|Hendrick's Gin Mojito
A San Giovanni twist on the classic Cuban cocktail. Using a double measure of Hendricks premium gin, muddled with lime, sugar and mint, with some fresh cucumber thrown in for good measure. Finished off with crushed ice and a serving of Fentimans Tonic, this is a prefect refresher for those with a taste for gin.
In our opinion, the summer drink that cannot be beaten. The perfect gin creation to put a smile on your face. A double helping of Hendricks gin, with a raspberry and lime citrus edge, topped with Fentimans Ginger Ale.
In 1938, a Mexican bartender Carlos Herrera was working when a famous Mexican dancer on the other side of the bar revealed she was allergic to all spirits other than Tequila. The Margarita was born. This cocktail is a well-balanced mix of Olmeca Anejo Tequila and the zesty flavours of Cointreau accompanied by fresh lime and a dose of sugar. Salt or sugar rim? The choice is yours.
First made in Puerto Rico back in 1952, with this rum, pineapple and coconut cream cocktail in your hand all you'l be missing is the sand between your toes. Sit back, sip and relax. Summer is here.
There are many accounts of where this drink originated from, however it was proved to be a popular creation among bartenders in the 1970s. Most famously, John Caine introduced the drink to San Fransico in 1987, where it become the pin-up for the cocktail revival. A genius combination of all things citrus into one flawless balanced drink. Using the opulent flavours of Absolut Citrus vodka, a squeeze or two of lime, Cointreau and cranberry with a trace of jam and a twist of flaming orange to finish it all off in style.
The San Giovanni serve of a British classic. A double helping of the original Pimms No.1 Cup, served with an abundance of fresh citrus fruits, raspberries, mint and cucumber. Topped with lemonade, to create the perfect serve.
Pimms cup sharer. Drinking with friends? Enjoy a summer carafe of Pimms No.1 Cup - perfect to share with a friend priced at £12.50
The subtle ambrosial union of flavours with the use of an infamous Italian liquor, Disaronno Sours proves for a popular cocktail. Disaronno has a lineage dating back to one of the most romantic and creative periods of Italian history. In 1525 Italian artist Luini was commissioned to do a painting of the Madonna and for his muse he used a local beautiful innkeeper. For his work, the innkeeper gifted him a fragrant and delicate amber liqueur. Disaronno was born. An unpretentious concoction of Disaronno, lemon, bitters and egg white, shaken for a foamy smooth finish. Served over ice with a cherry or two.
If Disaronno is not to your tasting, why not try a Glenfiddich 12 year old Whiskey Sours? Just ask your bartender.
Created in the iconic London district of Soho by Dick Bradsel in 1984. The story goes - depending on who you ask - a notorious supermodel asked for a drink to both wake her up and ‘****’ her up (insert as appropriate). An alcohol, caffeine and sugar hit all in one; all you need for a good night out! The smooth shaken mix of Absolut Vanilla, Tia Maria coffee liqueur, vanilla syrup and a freshly brewed single espresso. Traditionally served with 3 coffee beans, to represent health, wealth and happiness.
This classic cocktail originated from Venice. Created by Fernand Petiot in 1921 whilst working there in Harry's Bar. The San Giovanni Bloody Mary can be tailored to your liking, just let your bartender know how spicy you would like it. The savory blend of Absolut Peppar Vodka, lemon, Worcester sauce, horseradish, basil and tomatoes. All finished off with a dash of tabasco and a sprig of celery.
The menu concludes with our slightly more robust drinks based on old classic cocktails. Perfect for those who prefer a heavier taste.
This pre-prohibition timeless cocktail was said to have been created in London in 1922 for the wedding of Princess Mary to Viscount Lascello. This particular cocktail is a perfect alternative to an after dinner drink. This equally balanced concoction uses Disaronno, Martell VS rolled with cream and milk. Lightly finished with a dusting of chocolate.
This iconic Italian cocktail originated in Florence, Italy in 1919. The drink was created by Count Camillo Negroni, who asked the bartender at Café Casori for an Americano made with gin. Ask any bartender their drink of choice and they’ll probably try and impress you with something that you haven’t heard of. Ask them their second, they’ll almost definitely say a Negroni. This ingenious combination of herbal aromatics uses Beefeater gin providing the dry earthy taste, Campari with spicy bitter qualities and finally Martini Rosso for sweetness and herbal flourish. Culminating in an orange twist for a carefully crafted finish.
Not one for the faint hearted. This drink rose to fame in the 1970s, as it was a favourite of the actor Marlon Brando in the USA. Simply crafted with a double helping of Chivas Regal blended Scottish Whisky and Disaronno, stirred down and dramatically served with an ice ball.
Finally, the cocktail that stole the fame of the Americano in the James Bond series. However, contrary to 007, please don’t ask us to shake it, it should always be stirred! Your choice. Vodka, Gin or Vesper (Vodka & Gin) Wet or dry? Straight up or dirty? We’ll do the work.
Exquisitely crafted alternatives with the same great flavours of our alcoholic creations.
Mint, apple, lime and elderflower combine to create this refreshing mocktail Mojito, topped with soda. Fancy making it a little more fruity? Just ask your bartender.
This creamy concoction contains fresh strawberries, a squeeze of lime, enhanced with vanilla syrup and finished with a healthy helping of cream.
The fresh citrus hit of grapefruit is married with a selection of fresh fruits and mint to create a refreshing combination, served in a jam jar and topped with lemonade and a bold wedge of pink grapefruit.