Can you feel it? The winds of change are in the air, the leaves are on the turn, and wooly jumpers are looking more inviting every day. It’s that time of year.
The time for… a new menu!
And no, it’s not just pumpkin spice versions of the old menu. We’ve gotten seriously into hearty winter veg, slow-cooked meats and warm, spicy treats. You will too, trust.
You can look forward to loads more choice for vegans (take it from a meat-eater, it’s gonna be tasty and ethical) virtually no gluten, and a worldwide spread of influences. We’ve got dishes from Africa, Central America, India… even Kentucky. I know, right?
Tom, our dear and wonderful Kitchen Manager has been busy. And we’re excited to share it with you.
So here it is, without further ado:
The new vegan selection-
Pulled BBQ Butternut Squash – a vegan twist on the pulled pork everything you can find anywhere. It’s cooked with our home-made BBQ sauce, lovingly blended, and comes with leaves in a wrap, or with avocado in a taco! It’s smoky, sweet, and extra wholesome.
Hummus & Smoked Paprika Crostinis with Red Onion Marmalade – extra tasty vegan finger food, perfectly balancing sweet, savoury and a little bit of spice. We’re already fighting over them, so we’re sure they’ll be popular!
Onion Bhaji Wrap with Tabouleh & Mango Chutney – a light and summery blend of crunchy cucumber, sunblush tomatoes, couscous, herbs, and veg stock with some extra indulgent onion bhajis (in case it sounded too healthy).
Hummus, Avocado & Red Onion Marmalade Wrap – because who said vegan food has to be dry?
In terms of veggie bits, we’ve still got our much loved Halloumi Bites, and the
Halloumi Wrap (now with mango chutney!)
If you’re scared for our excellent selection of meats, fear not my friend!
We’ve still got our perfectly piggy Pork Belly and Pigs in Blankets (now gluten-free), as well as our beloved Chicken Satay and the sandwich stalwarts: Chicken, Pesto & Mozzarella, and Brie, Bacon & Cranberry.
But now, we will also be bringing you:
Ham, Cheddar and Dijon Mustard Sandwich – just in case the rest of the menu is too high-fallutin’ (if you still want to be fancy, you can call it a Croque Monsieur…). Don’t be fooled by the simplicity, though, the ham is slow-cooked in-house in cola for 10 hours. No basic sandwiches in here, thanks very much.
Bombay Chicken & Lemon Sour Cream – because you shouldn’t have to go to a Colonel to get your breaded chicken fix. These are gluten free, and bombay spiced, for a twist. Don’t worry, it’s not too pokey, and the lemon sour cream really takes the edge off.
North African Lamb Skewers with Lemon Sour Cream – taking spice influences from our favourite Batman villain, Raz El-Hanout, these are served with fresh crunchy peppers and tasty tasty lemony sour cream. It’s gonna be good.
This beautiful array of cosy tasty treats is now live so come and have a snaffle!