Large party menu £29.95
If you need to cater for a larger party then our chef has designed some special menus for you.
Our Restaurant can seat up to fifty four people as a private function room, our Conservatory can set up to fifty (these can be combined to make a restaurant for up to one hundred) and our comfortable heated Marquee can seat up to one hundred and twenty.
Handmade smoked haddock & applewood cheese fish cake
served with a fresh tomato salsa
Chicken Caesar salad
Wild mushrooms in a creamy blue cheese sauce served on toasted Ciabatta
Salmon and Prawn Timbelle
Layers of salmon prawn & crushed avocado on a toasted crouton base
filled with brie and caramelised onion coated in a light creamy 4 cheese sauce served with green bean medley and sauté potatoes
8oz Sirloin Steak
Served with potato gratin roasted vine tomatoes French beans & a 3 pepper corn sauce
Served with a creamy Cajun crab and prawn sauce accompanied with herb crushed potato and a green bean medley
Chorizo stuffed pork belly
Served with a hot tomato salsa and potato barvas
Sticky chocolate orange cake
Strawberries & cream cheesecake
Tartelette au cholate
Cheese & biscuits
Special Buffet Menu for larger parties in our comfortable restaurant.
Cheese Platter served with artisan bread
Cold Meat Platter served with artisan bread
Tomato & Mozzarella Salad
Green baby leaf Salad
£12.95 per person
Assorted Sandwich Platter to serve 15 guests – £37.50 per platter
Vegetable Spring Rolls
Buffet Pork Pies
Choice of 5 or 7 items per person.
Choice of any five items £11.45 per person, seven items £13.45 per person.
Some of our fish dishes may contain small bones.
All our food is prepared in a kitchen where nuts, gluten and other allergens are present and our menu descriptions do not include all ingredients, if you have any food allergy please let us know before ordering.
Full allergen information is available please ask a member of staff for details.
Prices and terms were correct at the time of publishing (September 2017) but are subject to change.
Prices quoted on the website are an ‘invitation to treat’ under English Law and do not form a contract.