Devonshire Fell in Skipton Menu

Starters
Soup of the day £4.50
Eggs Benedict - A poached egg on muffin, Parma ham, hollandaise sauce £4.95
Mussels - Moules mariniere £5.50
Linguini - Asparagus, blue cheese & pea £6.95
Tripe - Tripe, black pudding, chorizo, peppered red wine & mixed leaves £6.95
Artichoke - Artichoke & walnut cream horn, celery, pickled walnuts, apple, whipped goat’s cheese,cress, truffle and honey dressing £7.95
Scallop - Seared scallops, fennel, tomato jelly, tomato and capers £7.95
Salmon - Beetroot & fennel cured salmon, beetroot, horseradish and mustard cress £8.50
Foie gras - Textures of red wine plums and orange, served on brioche with toasted walnut £9.50
Main course
Fell Burger - Home made burger, caramelized onions, tomato, gem lettuce, pickled cucumber, fried egg, onion rings and chips £12.50
Fish & chips - Beer battered haddock chunky chips, crushed peas, tartar sauce & lemon £12.50
Sausages & Mash - With Yorkshire Pudding £12.50
Poussin - Whole roasted Poussin, game chips, mixed leaves red wine sauce £14.50
Open Ravioli - Wild Mushroom Ravioli, spinach, mushroom broth, cepes foam £16.50
Chicken - Pan friend chicken breast with roast cherry tomatoes and globe artichoke, burnt artichoke puree, olive tapenade, dona encarnacion Zamora, gem lettuce with a chicken reduction £17.50
Cod - Spinach, idiazbal cream, pine nuts & pedro ximenez reduction £18.50
Brill - Red wine poached Brill, pak choi, saffron salsify, shimeji mushrooms, caramelised shallot jus £18.50
Rib eye - 8oz rib eye steak served with real chips, slow roast vine tomatoes, sauté mushroom peppercorn sauce or red wine jus £18.95
Beef - Locally sourced Beef Fillet, roasted root vegetables, spinach, creamed potatoes, Red wine jus, cooked to your liking £23.95
Seasonal Vegetables £3.50
Chips £2.95
Mash Potato £3.50
Green Salad £2.50
Rocket & Parmesan Salad £2.50
Desserts
Selection of home made ice cream and sorbets - Three scoops, please ask for the ice cream menu £3.50
Sticky toffee pudding - Vanilla ice cream, caramel sauce £4.50
Crème brulee - Brandy snap, summer berry compote £4.50
Blackberry Soufflé - Blackberry fluid gel and blackcurrant sorbet (allow 20 mins cooking time) £6.95
B&B - Home made bread and butter pudding, clotted cream and apricot compote £6.95
Chocolate - Chocolate Mousse, praline textures & caramel ice cream £6.95
Panna cotta - Vanilla Panna Cotta, poached berries, winter berry soup £6.95
Cheese - Five British and international cheese board, with quince& walnut paste, raisins on the vine, apple chutney, celery & dried figs £7.95
Steak Night Supper Club
Two steaks & A Bottle of Wine - 7oz Sirloin Steak with chunky chips, cooked to your liking, Sauvignon Blanc 2011, Paul Estate Chile / Merlot 2010/2011, Panul Estate £25
Tomato and mushroom £1.50
Onion rings £1.50
Peppercorn / Béarnaise / Red Wine Jus £1.50
Marmite Butter £1.50
Side salad £2.50
Sandwiches
Yorkshire peppered beef, horseradish cream and rocket £5.95
Local honey roasted ham & whole grain mustard £5.95
Locally smoked salmon & dill crème fraise £5.95
Crayfish tails, lime and coriander mayonnaise £5.95
Ploughman’s (Ham, cheese, salad, pickle) £5.95
Devonshire Fell Special - French Dip - Hot roast beef in red wine jus,caramelised onions on a crusty baguette, Served with Chips & Side Salad £6.95
Sunday Lunch menu
Two Courses £17.50
Three Courses £19.95

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Nearby Takeaway Food restaurants

Name Cuisines
Chicos Pizza Pizza & Pasta, Takeaway Food
Gulshan Takeaway Takeaway Food
Bean Loved Takeaway Food
Bizzie Lizzies Takeaway Food
Caesar Pizza Pizza & Pasta, Takeaway Food

Below you'll find samples from menus of places nearby.

Nearby sample menus

Bizzie Lizzies (sample menu)
Honeycomb Heaven - This truly tempting sundae is made from layers of our delicious soft vanilla ice cream, honeycomb chips, chocolate and toffee fudge sauce. Topped with fresh cream and trimmings £3.95
Quarterpound Burger & Chips £6.99
Mushy Peas £0.82
Speciality Teas £1.45
Quarterpound Cheese Burger & Chips £7.25
Pot of instant decaffeinated coffee £1.50 (per person)
Battered Fillet Of Plaice & Chips - Fried in a crispy golden batter, served with chips and a wedge of lemon. £8.05
Homemade Crunchy Coleslaw £0.82
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Little Chef (sample)
Garlic and Herb Breaded Mushrooms - Breaded button mushrooms, served with a choice of dip; sweet chilli sauce, garlic mayonnaise or BBQ dip. £3.99
Wee Fish and Chips! - Same as above but a half fillet for smaller appetites. £5.99
Spicy Potato and Parsnip Bake - Parsnips in a lightly spiced sauce layered with potato and topped with a creamy, cheese sauce. Served with garlic bread and salad garnish. £6.99
The Tale of Two Dogs - Two hotdogs, large side of fries, side of beef chilli or three bean veggie chilli, caramelised onions on the side. Perfect for two or one hungry appetite! £7.99
Sandwiches, Wraps and Toasties - Cheddar cheese and tomato £4.99
Jacket Potatoes - Baked potato served with a dressed salad. Topping: Flaked tuna mayo £4.99
Monster Nachos - Large portion of nachos topped with cheddar cheese sauce, salsa and crème fraîche. Plain or with a choice of beef chilli, nacho chicken fillet or three bean veggie chilli. £6.99
Salads - Mixed salad leaves with cucumber and tomato, tossed in our house salad dressing and topped with croutons. £6.99
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Angel Inn (sample)
Tagliatelle pasta, sauté king prawns, chorizo, rainbow chard, tomatoes, crème fraiche, fennel and cheese salad £7.95/£12.95
•••Angel’s little moneybag, a treasure of seafood baked in crispy pastry, lobster sauce £6.95
Crispy confit Goosnargh duck leg, classic cassoulet made to Den is’ original recipe £13.95
Charcuterie board, cured meats and salamis, gherkins, goats cheese, olives, rocket and parmesan salad £7.25
Figs braised in red wine, then roasted with Brie de Meux, toasted nut and watercress salad £6.95/£11.50
Prawn and crayfish cocktail, gem lettuce, New York cocktail sauce, tomato and lemon bread £7.25
Buttered new potatoes £2.25
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Popular Menu Items
Image Name Description Cuisines
Popular Menu Item Crispy Chicken Burger Crispy Chicken Burger Very popular as opposed to the normal hamburger, these come in a variety of styles. Some have a crispy breadcrumb coating, and other will just be the chicken breast, marinated and then fried on the griddle. The Cajun chicken burger is probably the most favourite choice, it is coated in Cajun spices and has a bit of a kick. Served in a bun with lettuce and tomato, and served with coleslaw or bbq sauce and chips. Hamburgers, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Fries or Chips Fries or Chips Still predominant on menus, chips or fries are served in so many different ways now. Fat chips or skinny fries, curly fries, straight cut or skin-on wedges are all served with various meals or on their own. Some of the fries are served just salted, but others are seasoned with spices such as Cajun, to make them that little bit hotter. Usually served with dips or sauces such as barbecue sauce, ranch dressing or just plain tomato sauce. American, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Hot Sausage Roll Hot Sausage Roll Usually a queue at the hot counter, everyone loves hot sausage rolls for a mid morning snack or part of your lunch. Soft melt in the mouth pastry with well-seasoned sausage meat is a British institution. There is always a good pie and sausage roll section in bakeries, also serving hot soups to takeaway or eat in. Bakery, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Cod & Chips Cod & Chips What would the UK be without fish and chip shops! Everywhere in every town you will find this ubiquitous eatery. Cod and Chips is probably the most well known eat-in or takeaway dish, served with huge pickled onions, gherkins and mushy peas! Lashings of salt and vinegar are the usual accompaniment, although all other sauces are provided. The fish is always in batter, not in breadcrumbs and served with a mound of big fat chips, are all deep fried. Eat in or takeaway available at most restaurants. Fish & Chips, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Scampi and Chips Scampi and Chips If you don’t like batter, scampi and chips is a good option, as this is normally cooked in breadcrumbs, but still deep-fried. Scampi tails are generally used and vary in size but do taste nice and juicy. Accompanied by big fat chips, lemon, tartare sauce and a side salad, it is quite a filling meal. Fish & Chips, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Plaice and Chips Plaice and Chips Another great favourite of the British nation, plaice is a much softer, flatter fish but with a lovely delicate flavour. Interestingly, plaice is always cooked to order, whereas other fish is seen sitting in the hot cabinets above the fryers, so if you are having a takeway, there will be a wait! Served with fat chips, lemon, peas and tartare sauce. Fish & Chips, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Saveloy Saveloy A bright reddish coloured sausage,similar to a large hot dog, but with a much spicier taste but quite soft interior. Very delicious and served with chips as normal. Some fish and chip shops offer a soft long roll with the meal. Sometimes the saveloy is dipped in batter and fried as well, and is called a ‘battered sausage’ on the menu. Fish & Chips, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Pepperoni Pizza Pepperoni Pizza Probably the most popular pizza, four varieties of crusts – thin, deep pan, frankfurter stuffed and cheese stuffed! A base of rich tomato sauce is applied before the cheese and pepperoni, and then baked in a pizza oven. The frankfurter stuffed crusts have only been introduced in the last year and have mixed reviews. Pizza & Pasta, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Cheese and Bacon Burger Cheese and Bacon Burger Probably one of the most popular burgers with the addition of crispy bacon and cheddar cheese. Usually served in a seeded bun with lettuce, tomato and onion and accompanied by skinny chips or fries. Quarter-pounder is the norm, but you can often get deals for a double! Hamburgers, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Spicy Jalapeno Burger Spicy Jalapeno Burger Not for the fainthearted! 100% beef content in this burger, topped with a very spicy chilli-style sauce, sliced mega-hot jalapenos, lettuce, diced chillis,tomatoes, cheese slices and crispy onion rings, all in one bun! Some restaurants will offer you a free drink if you promise not to sweat! Extremely popular, particularly with the young braves! Served with chips and extra sauce, if you can take it. Hamburgers, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Fried Rice Fried Rice ‘Kao Pad’ is the name of this dish which has a basis of seasoned fried rice, but is a box of delights when you start to eat into it and find its hidden secrets. Beautiful fresh herbs such as Thai basil and coriander are combined with shrimp, chicken, garlic, tomatoes and egg. Usually served with chilli sauce. Some restaurants serve the dish on banana leaves. Thai, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Burgers Burgers What is an American restaurant without burgers? Every US café and restaurant in the UK will serve burgers and plenty of different varieties and toppings. Usually come with bacon, cheese, barbeque sauce, jalapenos, lettuce and tomatoes inside a seeded bun. Other varieties include chilli burgers (served with minced beef) ranch burgers served with blue cheese and Italian burgers served with crisped up pancetta and mozzarella. Side dishes are usually fries and salads. American, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Kebabs Kebabs Turkish kebabs come in two ways – Adana, which is a large elongated meatball with a variety of spices and herbs and usually served with salad, thin flat bread and rice. The other is Testi, which is almost like a meat and vegetable stew, baked in a sealed clay pot which is brought to the table and cracked open. The waiter will then pour the stew on to your plates. The meat is incredibly tender from the onions, peppers and spices forming natural juices. Turkish, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Lahmacun or Pide Lahmacun or Pide This is the Turkish equivalent to Pizza! However, they are always served thin and crisp, no deep pan pizzas! There is usually a vast array of toppings but the most popular still remains cheese, onion and tomato, or a fine spiced minced beef and onion with peppers and tomatoes. Usually served with a good portion of salad. Turkish, Pizza & Pasta, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Sandwiches Sandwiches Takeaway sandwiches are popular particularly at lunchtime and can be purchased in many places in the UK. Sandwich shops are obviously a good place to go, as they will tend to offer a bigger selection of fillings and different kinds of bread and rolls, than the supermarkets do. Toasted sandwiches are also available to takeaway, particularly cheese and ham mixed together. Sandwiches can be simple or very sophisticated, with top sandwich shops such as Pret a Manger, offering exotic flavours and combinations such as Crayfish and Rocket with lime mayonnaise, voted their most popular sandwich a few years ago. Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Fish and Chips Fish and Chips Probably one of the most popular takeaways even now with the British public, fish and chips shops are a ‘Friday night treat’ particularly for families. A selection of fish such as plaice, cod and fishcakes are made available, with ‘fat’ chips. On the counter will be large jars of pickled onions and pickled eggs, as well as huge gherkins to add to your meal. There will also be sausages, a selection of pies and saveloys to choose from. Some Chinese restaurants in the UK ‘double up’ as fish and chips shops, so that you can get a one stop shop! Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Chinese Chinese Every major town is full of Chinese takeaways, a quick and satisfying way of getting a meal without having to wait too long. There is always a big selection of Chinese dishes to choose from, but sweet and sour chicken or sweet and sour pork balls still remain one of the favourites, particularly with egg fried rice. Some Chinese restaurants will also serve a selection of Thai dishes so you can combine both cuisines. Because of the fierce competition, a lot of Chinese takeaways are now offering delivery service to your door, even to hotels! Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Indian Indian Same as Chinese, Indian takeaways are prevalent in every city in the UK, and there can be several within a short distance of each other. Big selection of food, restaurants are offering deals for a package meal or set menu, and often offering 2 for 1 or get the 3rd dish free. Onion bhajis are a popular takeaway starter, with chicken tikka massala probably the most popular main course, being mild to medium strength and with a strong coconut influence. Pilau rice remains the favourite rice to choose. Some restaurants offer a free bag of poppadums as well, accompanied by a raita or a mint dip. Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Pizza Pizza Takeaway pizzas are of course popular, and during the week there are a multitude of deals to be had. Pepperoni pizza is one of the most popular ones, but most varieties still sell well. Can be thin crust, stuffed crust (frankfurter or cheese stuffed) or deep pan, and your choice of toppings. You can mix and match the toppings as you wish. 2 for 1 deals readily available, along with free garlic dough balls or garlic bread. Curly fries or potato wedges will also be on offer and a selection of dips to go with them. Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Kebabs Kebabs Kebabs are a well know ‘after pub’ meal, either from takeaway shops or indeed, the multitude of vans that park outside pubs and along the roads, waiting to catch those who may have had an excess of alcohol, particularly at the weekends! The unmistakable smell of kebabs wafts through the air on Friday and Saturday nights, attracting queues of people! Kebabs can be sliced off the huge pieces of lamb that are suspended on a metal skewer, or served in chunks inside a pitta bread with salad and onions. Chicken kebabs are also served, and there will be an array of sauces to accompany the meal. Beware of the hot sauce, it is very hot! You can also buy burgers, chicken nuggets and chips from these takeaways!f Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Steak and Kidney Pie Steak and Kidney Pie Made for hundreds of years in the UK, it was made with a lot more kidney in the old days, as the steak tended to be saved for the lords of the manor! Obviously in restaurants now, it is served with large amounts of steak and very little kidney, as offal it is not as popular as it was many years ago. The meat is slow cooked in a rich gravy, frequently with onions, and then encased in a suet pastry, which can be an acquired taste. Served usually with mashed potatoes and vegetables, it is a very filling and wholesome dish particularly in winter time. English
Popular Menu Item Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding Classically English, traditionally served on Sundays, but available most of the week in carveries and restaurants. Some carveries operate an ‘eat as much as you can’ principle, whereby you can keep returning until you cannot eat anymore – this applies particularly for early diners during the week. This can be a very cheap way of eating, but the best roast beef is served in high class hotels and restaurants, and has generally been reared in a specific area, such as Aberdeen Angus, and hung before cooking for a minimum of 21 days. Yorkshire pudding is not a dish that can be claimed by anyone other than the English and can be served when it has risen sometimes to about 7 or 8 inches high! English
Popular Menu Item Poached and Dressed Salmon Poached and Dressed Salmon Traditionally served in the summer, as either a salmon fillet that has been cooked for one person or as a whole salmon served at a buffet or as a centerpiece for a wedding or similar. Popular in the summer at events such as horse race meetings, but it can also be served in the winter. Hot buttered and minted new potatoes form the classic combination, even though the salmon will be cold. Can be served with a mixed salad, or also popular are buttered green beans with almonds. English
Popular Menu Item Sausage and Mash Sausage and Mash You cannot think of English food without thinking of sausage and mash! Served in pubs and restaurants of all classes, the difference will be in the quality and type of sausages used. In pubs,would probably tend to be Cumberland or Lincolnshire sausages, which are light and only slightly seasoned, but in other restaurants, they can be made of more heavily spiced pork meat and also meats such as Chorizo, and flavoured with red peppers, chilli, almost any herb or spice. Normal accompaniment is creamy mashed potato and a rich onion gravy. Pub Food, English
Popular Menu Item Pork Chops with Apple Sauce Pork Chops with Apple Sauce You will rarely find pork without the addition of apple sauce, they go hand in hand. Roast pork loin is served generally in restaurants as part of a Sunday roast lunch or dinner, but you can find pork chops on menus in many British restaurants. Top restaurants will serve the pork with an apple puree or apple compote, whereas in pubs it will frequently be served from a jar. The chops can be fried, oven baked or braised, with the latter having the meat falling off the bone. Served with roast potatoes, mashed potatoes or Lyonnaise potatoes to give it a more continental twist. Crispy crackling will be served on the side in some establishments. English
Popular Menu Item Pinot Grigio Pinot Grigio Classic white Italian wine, normally top of the list in all pizzerias. Very dry white wine with slight fruity overtones, there are normally a few varieties available, including New World grapes. Often used as the ‘house wine’ Italian, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Fizzy Fizzy Most diner-style hamburger restaurants offer ‘as much as you can drink’ Coca Cola pumps where you can help yourself, usually drank out of coated large paper cups. This tends to be in chain restaurants, and not individual restaurants, where all drinks are served at the table. Huge varieties of fizzy drinks are normally available, mostly behind the bar, such as Sprite, Dr Peppers and Club Soda. Hamburgers, Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Soft Drinks Soft Drinks Plenty of soft drinks are on offer such as coke, lemonade, orangeade and fizzy tropical juice drinks, as well as cartons of orange juice and a few sports or fitness drinks. Bottled water, both still and fizzy will be in the refrigerated cabinets. A lot of takeaways, particularly pizza houses will offer a deal on drinks as well, such a free litre of coca cola with every takeaway. Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Hot Beverages Hot Beverages These can be purchased in thermal cups, more particularly from food vans that are all over the streets in major cities, particularly late at night. Due to the fact that takeaways do not have alcohol licences, there really is not much choice of any drinks other than fizzy drinks and hot beverages such as tea or coffee. Soup is available in sandwich shops and some supermarkets, as are coffee machines in garages, supermarkets and major travel destinations such as railway stations. Takeaway Food
Popular Menu Item Cider Cider Traditional British cider is made throughout the country, but tends to be associated with the county of Somerset. It is surprisingly alcoholic which does catch some people out! Made from apples and sold everywhere, it continues to be developed. There are now combinations of fruit ciders made by breweries and they have tended to become the popular drink of the younger generation. Pear cider is on the up, but one of the most popular ciders either by the can or on tap will still be Strongbow (very strong). English
Popular Menu Item Ale Ale Ale in the UK continues its tradition throughout the years. Generally made from malted barley it is fermented with brewers yeast which accelerates the process. We are led to believe that there are no finer ales than those manufactured in Britain and other nations have tried to replicate the process. The hops in ale are what give it is slightly bitter taste, whereas the malt has the sweetness. There will also be a top note added which can give the ale a fruity taste. CAMRA is an organization in the UK which promotes and encourages the production of real ales. Ales come in light (pale) varieties and also darker beers and are more readily available on tap in pub restaurants, than in hotel restaurants. English

Nearby restaurants

Name Cuisines
Chicos Pizza Pizza & Pasta, Takeaway Food
H K Chinese Take Away Chinese, Asian
Gulshan Takeaway Takeaway Food
Abbots Harbour Restaurant English
Tung Po Chinese Chinese, Asian
Wild Oats Cafe Cafes
Walkers Bakery
Black Horse Pub Food

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Restaurant Details

Location
Skipton
Type
Takeaway Food
Service
Counter Service
Price
$0-$10
Phone
01756729000
Fax
01756 729 00
Email
Address
Burnsall, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD236BT ,
Features
Dine in, Takeaway, Cash
Cuisine
Takeaway Food, English
Website
http://www.devonshirefell.co.uk

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