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Below you'll find samples from menus of places nearby.
|Sag Paneer - Indian cheese||£2.95 / £5.95|
|Garlic Chilli Chicken Balti||£6.95|
|Aloo Gobi||£2.60 / £5.20|
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|Shepherds Pie||Sold in almost every pub in the UK, Shepherds Pie is a classic English dish consisting of minced lamb, onions and carrots in a rich gravy, topped with mashed potato and browned under the grill. Served with a selection of vegetables, it is hearty and filling and a popular dish with residents and visitors. If the pie is made with beef, it is called a cottage pie, not many people realize that and call all minced meat pies by the name of Shepherds pie!||Pub Food|
|Fish and Chips||Everyone loves fish and chips, and pubs all over the UK will have this on their menu. Normally cod or plaice, it can be served either breadcrumbed or battered, whichever way, the fish is usually white and glistening. Always served with ‘fat’ chips, it never fails to be a winner. Peas are normally served with it, but you can also have coleslaw and salad. Served with a wedge of lemon to squeeze over the fish, the dish is complete with a pot of tartare sauce, a mayonnaise style sauce with chopped gherkins and capers. Don’t forget the good old sprinkling of vinegar as well!||Pub Food|
|Curry||Most pubs will serve a medium strength curry with rice, accompanied by poppadums and mango chutney. The curry will tend to be chicken, as this is the most popular, but also on offer can be beef and even lamb rogan josh, depending on the level of pub. Pub curries are by no means a substitute for good Indian restaurant curry, but they are certainly popular with diners wanting a filling meal to warm them up. Very popular with outdoor workers in the winter, curry and chips is often seen on diners plates!||Pub Food|
|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|
|Lasagne||Featured in most pubs as the pasta dish, it can vary in its flavour from pub to pub. Delicate layers of pasta with a minced beef mix, fresh tomato sauce and herbs are stacked and then baked in the oven with a béchamel or cheese sauce to cover the dish. Can be served as an individual portion in a small square dish, but generally comes as a square that has been cut out of a larger dish. Spinach pasta is more popular than plain white pasta for the sheets. Comes normally with a side salad and garlic bread, hot from the oven.||Pub Food|
|Sunday Roast||Every pub serves Sunday roasts! People look forward to going out for a roast with the family, and some pubs really do look after children on these occasions. A selection of roasts is always available, with some pubs only offering a choice of 2, but others with a whole array of roast beef, lamb, pork and chicken or turkey. Always served with roast potatoes and a selection of fresh vegetables. Can be served at the table, but a lot of pubs are leaning towards ‘carvery style’ more and more, whereby you go and pick your own meat and help yourself to vegetables. There will always be a dessert trolley and a selection of ice creams available. Most pubs serve a special deal or two on Sundays with a fixed price for 2 or 3 courses.||Pub Food|
|Steak and Ale Pie||Eaten everywhere, in homes, pubs and even higher level restaurants, there is nothing like a steak and ale pie to warm you up on a cold winters days. The steak is casseroled or slow cooked with a pint of ale for several hours until beautifully tender. Can include vegetables, but also popular is Steak and Mushroom, which tends to be casseroled in red wine. Some pubs will serve it with a top and bottom pie crust, but others serve an individual portion with a puff pastry lid. Can be eaten with potatoes and veg, but the male population tend to have it with chips!||Pub Food|
|Ploughmans||A ploughmans lunch is a traditional lunch, generally with cheese but can be served with ham and cheese. Chunks of English cheeses such as cheddar or stilton are served with crusty bread or French baguettes, plenty of mixed salad, coleslaw, pickles and pickled onions. Thick slices of ham from Wiltshire are frequently seen on the menu, as is Brie as an alternative cheese. Whichever you choose, it is a popular meal, particularly in the summer||Pub Food|
|Kingfisher||This is probably the most popular beer served in Indian restaurants, the brewery being owned by one of the richest men in the world! 5% alcohol content, but the taste is quite light, similar to lager and quite refreshing with a hot curry.||Indian, Pub Food|
|Sangria||This is a lovely refreshing ‘punch’ style drink, served in big pitchers or jugs and set on the table for everyone to share. Alcohol content varies, as some restaurants make it the traditional way with red wine, chopped fruit and brandy, while others make it a cooler, longer drink with red wine and soda or lemonade, but still with copious amount of fruit. Called Sangria due to its deep red colour (sangria means ‘blood’ in Spanish) is is served in restaurants and pubs in the UK in the summer months, with lots of ice. Fruit often includes apples, oranges, melon, pears and nectarines, more or less any fruit available.||Spanish, Pub Food|
|Manhattan||One of the most famous American cocktails, this is normally promoted in most UK based American-style restaurants. Cocktail list is usually pretty comprehensive, but the Manhattan is probably the most asked for. A mixture of whisky (usually rye whisky), sweet vermouth and bitters, it is stirred or shaken with great gusto and then strained into a cocktail glass. Sometimes it is served as a longer drink over ice in a highball glass. Decorated with a cherry or a slice of lemon, most restaurants will serve variations of this cocktail with other elements.||American, Pub Food|
|Ouzo||Traditional Greek drink served as an aperitif, although Greek people will drink it at any time! Quite a firey spirit, totally clear until water is added and it becomes cloudy. Almost aniseed in flavour, not unlike the French Pernod, but stronger.||Greek, Pub Food|
|Turkish Beer||There are several good Turkish beers that some restaurants import to the UK. Efes Pilsen is the No. 1 beer which comes in cans or bottles and sometimes on tap depending on the size of the restaurant. A good wheat beer is Gusta.||Turkish, Pub Food|
|Pint of Beer||‘A pie and a pint’ deals are available all over the country with the beer being either a traditional ale or a lager. Pubs can be ‘tied’ to certain breweries, meaning they have to serve the beer of that manufacturer, but some pubs that are wholly owned will have a big selection of ales on tap to try. Traditionally brewed ales are popular with tourists, but the famous pint of Guinness is also a favourite. Can be served in a pint glass, or in a ‘jug’ with a handle.||Pub Food|
|Wine||Depending on the type and level of pub, there will always be a wine list to accompany the selection of food they have. Rioja from Spain or South America is a popular red wine in pubs as is Pinot Grigiot and Sauvignon Blanc the favourites of white wine drinkers. Spritzers are popular in the summer as a longer drink, served over ice with soda water. Some ‘higher class’ pubs will offer a much bigger wine selection, including some vintage ones, but obviously they will be much more expensive.||Pub Food|
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