Date: Sunday 16th December 2018

Filtered Sparkling & Still water (all proceeds go to Great Ormond St)   £1.00

P&B Bloody Mary   £6.00
Bloody Caesar   £7.00
Coates & Seely, Brut Reserve NV, Hampshire, England, 125ml glass    £9.00

Charred purple sprouting broccoli, Cashel Blue & pickled walnuts   £7.25
Devilled whitebait, crispy kale & saffron mayonnaise   £7.75
Special Reserve chicken liver pate, onion marmalade, pickles & crispbread   £8.25
Mrs Pugh’s suckling pig, Dorset snails, garlic, parsley & fennel   £10.00
The Board to share:- P&B Scotch egg, Cumbrian Saddleback pork rillettes, citrus spice cured salmon, St. Ives Smokehouse mackerel, chutney, pickles
& crispbread   £17.50

Autumn squashes, goat’s curd, Penny Buns, chestnuts & black cabbage   £16.00
Whole Atlantic plaice, caramelised cauliflowers Romanesco
& caper brown butter   £17.00

Pulled Lake District Saddleback pork shoulder & Bramley apple sauce   £17.25
Roasted leg of Lydden Court Farm lamb   £18.95
Roasted dry aged Hereford Sirloin   £19.95

Pheasant Oak Farm Label Anglais chicken, lemon & thyme butter
for 2 to share   £17.50 per person

Paddock Farm Tamworth Cowboy chop & Bramley apple sauce
for 2 to share   £21.50 per person

All of our roasts are served with a Yorkshire pudding, beef dripping roast potatoes, vegetables & creamed leeks. Please be aware that we serve our roast beef & lamb rare.

Roast potatoes    £3.75    /    Hispi cabbage   £3.75    /    Carrots   £3.75

Dark chocolate & rosemary truffles (2)   £3.00
Rice pudding brûlée, plum compote & ginger ice cream   £7.75
Carrot & walnut cake, caramelised white chocolate sauce
& lemon curd ice cream   £7.95
Apple, pear & almond crumble & date ice cream   £7.95
Dark chocolate hot pot, honeycomb & hazelnut ice cream   £9.95
Cheeseboard, pickled walnut, grapes, celery, damson jelly & oat cakes   £11.00
   Westcombe Cheddar, Ogleshield, Baronet, Sindon Hill, Beauvale

This is Food Worth Getting Fat For!

Rosamund Urwin
London Evening Standard

  • The Pig and Butcher
  • The steak is almost unimprovably delicious!

    Amol Rajan
    The Independent