LUNCH is served 12 – 2 pm
If you have any dietary requirements or food allergies please let us know before ordering. We will do our best to accommodate and suggest alternatives but we cannot guarantee any food is totally allergen-free.
We appreciate your patience during busier times as we freshly prepare your meals in our little kitchen. Service charge NOT included.
Home-brewed Soup £5.00
Our freshly made soup, served with toasted wholemeal bread and butter.
Substitute the bread for a warm savoury scone and butter for an extra £2.00
Goats cheese & Clementine Winter Salad £7.00
Fresh leaves, goats cheese, clementines, toasted walnuts with a warm date vinaigrette.
Add a scone and butter for extra £2.00
Vegetable Pasty £6.20
Puff pastry filled with mushrooms, roasted tomatoes, walnuts, miso and lots of yummy herbs & spices…incidentally vegan 😉 Add a side salad and vegetable crisps for an extra £2.50
(allergens: soya, nuts, poppy seeds, gluten)
NEW! Toasted Brioche £6.50 served warm from the oven
with garlic mayo & vegetable crisps
Choose your topping from:
Mature stilton, apple & pear chutney, toasted walnuts, or
Goats cheese, fig relish, toasted seeds
Add a side salad for £2.00 or crispy bacon for £2.00
Ploughman’s Savoury Scones £6.20
A homemade savoury scone, served warm with butter, slices of extra mature Cheddar cheese, tomato & pepper relish and fresh apple. Choose your scone from:
- Smoked bacon & maple syrup
- Stilton & toasted walnuts
- Goats cheese & caramelized redonion
- Cheddar, cracked black pepper & sea salt
- (GF) Butternut squash, spring onion & smoked cheese
Tea Inc. Special Cream Teas
Traditional Cream Tea
Homemade sweet scone, fresh Rodda’s Cornish clotted cream, with a choice of jam £4.20. Add any tea, coffee or soft drink (from £2.50). Ask about today’s sweet scones selection.
Savoury Cream Tea
Please see above for our selection of homemade savoury scones. Your choice of scone, cream cheese and relish £4.20. Add any tea, coffee or soft drink from (£2.50).
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