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GaryCantley
Feb-25-2007 @ 8:54 AM                           Permalink
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Here is the long awaited menu.

I can thoroughly recommend the Steak Pie and as for the chocolate mountain well, what can I say.

Thoroughly stuffed at this point!

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and the other page

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Nice one, Gary...  Cheers



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I can feel a Homer moment coming on !!!!!!


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LOL LOL



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Looks wonderful. Are they still planning to do a breakfast menu too?

Pauline

'Stop it you silly ass!' cried the Rat from the bottom of the boat 'You can't do it! You'll have us over!'

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I have to add my approval

One desperate Dan Pie and a Chocolate mountain tucked away by myself and the Scampi followed by Apple pie by mother - all were very good.

The pub is now clean and welcoming and the food was very good.

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Not sure about the breakfast menu.

The carvery should be online within two weeks, it will be situated on the left side of the bar (where there are no pumps). Tony does have a slight problem at the moment with this, the stella line runs through there and until he can reroute it he cant redesign the area. Either that or he upsets Roya Smile


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Warm Stella might not be such a bad idea in Winter Gary, It would certainly combat the Cold draught around table 22!  Evil Grin

Takes me back to my childhood memories of a Landlord at the Crown in Hadiscoe who would put the poker into the open fire to get it red hot, before putting it into a pint to remove the icy chill on a cold night, quite popular served this way with a few of the regulars too.  Cheers

Come Summer they could always serve the stella in Ice buckets!

One of our Local pubs does a roaring trade in summer by serving up a Cold Carvery and Salad bar, mains include a whole home roasted Gammon Ham, Fresh Glazed Whole Salmon,a selection of cheeses, a Cold slicing Pie, home baked Vege Quiche, plus a selection of composit salads, such as Coronation Chicken, Prawn and pasta Marie-rose and a homemade quality Waldorf, which is packed full of Fruit and Nuts and very popular with the veggie people Wink

Customers get the choice of a portion of the 'main' which is served to them the same as a hot carvery , before helping themselves to a selection of Garden Salad and Coleslaw, fancy Bread Rolls and Butter, a portion of Chips or a Plain Jacket Potato can be ordered from the main menu for a small extra charge.

Its very popular with Ladies that Lunch and those following special diets, and runs from Easter till October, before reverting back to a traditional Hot Carvery for Winter.

As the Malsters is quite a Seasonal trade Pub, this may solve the problem of having to run a Hot counter over the cold Stella pipes!

Julia  Smile

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W A R N I N G ! ! !

The Maltsters could cause your plimsoll line to change  !!

Could this be  their new Pub Sign???


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