Date: Saturday 31st October 2020

Filtered water   £1.00 (proceeds go to Great Ormond St Hospital)
Negroni   £8.00
William Chase Elegant 48 gin & Fever-Tree tonic   £9.00

Sourdough bread, beef dripping & whipped Cornish sea salt butter
£1 per person

Forge Farm pumpkin soup, goat’s curd & toasted sourdough   £7.00
Hereford beef croquette, caramelised celeriac, pickles & baby leaf   £7.00
Lyons Hill Farm lamb bacon, sauce gribiche, rosemary
& parsnip crisp   £7.75
Citrus cured Shetland salmon, pickled cucumber, herb crème fraiche
& Irish soda bread   £9.25
The Board to share:- P&B Scotch egg, Special Reserve chicken rillettes, Quicke’s Cheddar Welsh rarebit, Devilled Cornish sprats, house pickles
& red onion marmalade   £17.50

Caramelised cauliflowers, black cabbage, Portobello mushroom,
duck egg & hazelnuts   £16.00
Hall Farm Label Anglais chicken, roasted parsnips,
bunch spinach & crispy shallots   £17.50
Atlantic hake, purple sprouting broccoli,
rainbow chard & wild mushrooms   £18.50
Cornish lemon sole, salsify, heritage carrots,
sea aster & caper brown butter   £18.75
Yorkshire pheasant, braised red cabbage, kale,
Roscoff onions & puffed spelt   £19.50
Hereford Flank steak, bone marrow, peppercorn sauce
& triple cooked chips   £22.50

Please see our Native & Rare Breeds sharing steak menu for tonight’s selection of sharing steaks

Duck fat, rosemary & garlic triple cooked chips   £4.50
Hispi, shallots & bacon   £4.50
Carroll’s Heritage potatoes & truffle   £4.75
Baby leaf salad   £3.75

Dark chocolate & rosemary truffles (2)   £3.00
Hedgerow berries, pistachios & black pepper meringue   £7.50
Dark chocolate hot pot, hazelnuts & vanilla ice cream   £8.00
Sticky date pudding, toffee sauce, candied pecans & crème fraiche   £8.00
Cheeseboard:- pickled walnut, grapes, celery, quince & crispbread   £12.00
     Gorwydd Caerphilly, Hafod, Dorstone, Devonshire Blue, Tunworth

 

This is Food Worth Getting Fat For!

Rosamund Urwin
London Evening Standard

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

    Amol Rajan
    The Independent