October Lunch – get dry and warm

Forget Oktoberfest, we’ve got an October Feast.

Feast your eyes upon these beauties!

This menu is available 12-3pm then 5-7pm (6pm on a Saturday)

2 COURSES £12.50, 3 COURSES £14.50

FIRST COURSE

Chicken – slow-cooked & pressed with bacon jam

Onions – boiled in a white sauce with parsley (v)

Soup – ask the staff

Mushrooms – creamed with garlic on toast (v)

Mussels – with samphire and tomato relish

Ham – with warm pease pudding


SECOND COURSE

Shin beef – braised with thyme potatoes & gravy

Pork – slow-cooked belly with haggis, neeps and tatties

Dover sole – pan fried with new potatoes & cherry tomato

Venison – sausage and mash

Aubergine – baked with mushrooms, shallots & garlic (v)


PUDDINGS

Sticky toffee pudding – ice cream & butterscotch (v)

Blackberry Eton mess (v)

British cheeseboard – hand-made biscuits (v) (add £2)

Chocolate – dark mousse with hand-made shortbread (v)

 

SOMETHING SUBSTANTIAL

Raby Castle venison

Meatballs with thyme potatoes, grilled chicory & smoked garlic £16.00

8oz Rump steak

Chips, onion rings, cherry tomato “fondue” & watercress £17.50

Durham lamb

Cutlets with a bubble and squeak rosti, & French beans £17.00

Smoked haddock

Potato croquettes with a soft boiled egg , tomato chutney & spinach £16.00


SANDWICHES

Mon-Fri 12-4pm

Roast of the day
ask the staff for today’s roast £4.75

BLT

Bacon, baby gem and tomato £4.50

Steak

Rump steak & mature cheddar cheese and red onion marmalade £6.50

Ham Hock

Pulled Ham Hock and Pease Pudding £5.50

Egg mayo

Boiled eggs, creamy mayo and watercress £4.00

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