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Thursday 17th September 2020



Starters and Snacks

Mushroom and cider soup, crispy mushroom, bread and butter 5.45

Chicken liver and brandy pâté, red onion marmalade, toasted sour dough 6.95

Venison kofta, marinated feta, pickled cucumber and olive salad, toasted beetroot tortilla 7.75

Chicken wings, salt and pepper, chilli and spring onion salad 5.95

Salmon Gravadlax, lemon and black pepper cream cheese, crispy capers 8.45

Crispy pigs’ tongue, mustard pickled veg 7.25

Breaded cod cheeks with Bloody Mary ketchup and gherkin salad 7.95

Red pepper and basil Pannacotta, black olive tapenade, focaccia crisp breads 6.45

Spicy chickpea fritters, coconut yogurt, lime and mango chutney 5.75


The Boat Platter (generous starter for 4 or a main for 2) £44.95
Whole Dressed Crab, Mussels in Curry Mayo, Chicken Liver and Brandy Pate, Venison kofta, Prawns in Marie Rose, Korean Spiced Chicken, Chickpea Fritters, Olive Tapenade, Salad, bread and bits.


Lighter Bites

Mussels in white wine, crusty bread 12.95

Sriracha pulled pork bao bun, spicy pineapple slaw, pickled ginger and apple salad 9.95

Macaroni cheese, roasted tomatoes, charred lettuce 8.75

Grilled mackerel fillets, baby gem, tomatoes and pickled cucumber on toasted bloomer 9.75

Broccoli, red pepper, feta and pesto quiche, tomatoes, rocket 8.95




Traditional fish pie, peas, broad beans, baby onions 14.95

Korean chicken and prawns, noodles, hot fragrant broth, pak choi, coriander, lime 15.75

Lamb rump, fondant potato, peas, broad beans, feta, sweet cured tomatoes, salsa verde 19.95

Haddock in beer batter, chips, mushy peas, chunky tartar sauce 14.95 *

Salt and pepper Jackfruit salad, citrus fruits, mint and lemon grass dressing 10.75

Steak burger, melted cheese, chips, tomato salsa 13.95 *

Roast hake, caper butter, crushed new potatoes, tenderstem broccoli 18.95

Wild mushroom pappardelle, garlic & sage cream, crispy mushrooms, balsamic truffle rocket 13.95 *

10oz rump steak, peppercorn sauce, field mushroom, green beans, roast tomato and chips 19.75




Items with an asterisk (*) are available as a portion suitable for children


Puddings and Cheese

Crème brulée 5.95

Sticky toffee pudding, vanilla ice cream, salted caramel sauce 6.75

Black forest trifle 7.45

Milk chocolate and orange choux bun, candied hazelnut brittle 6.95

Prosecco and strawberry jelly vanilla cream, homemade shortbread £6.95

Ice creams and sorbets Selection from Cheshire Farm 5.75

(2 scoops 3.90/ 1 scoop 1.95)

Ices: : Raspberry ripple, Coconut, Toffee Fudge, Vanilla, Strawberries & Cream, Rum & Raisin, Chocolate, Honeycomb, Cherry Bakewell

Sorbets: Lemon, Bramley Apple



The Boat Cheese Selection Crackers, biscuits, quince jelly, pickled grapes (any 5 - 12.95)


Wigmore Brie- A ewe’s milk cheese, creamy and crumbly, made by Anna and Andy Wigmore, hence the name. The cheese has a bloomy natural rind

Northern Blue – A “grown up” reimagining of the creamy Yorkshire Blue but made with more bite.  Delivering a rich and creamy experience to the palate with a punch of blue.

Caerphilly – tangy and crumbly as you would expect, but this isn’t your run of

the mill Caerphilly

Snowdonia Black Bomber – A cheddar at heart but this packs a punch. The

perfect blend of creaminess and a tang that’s to die for

Ashlynn – A goat’s cheese with an artisan vibe, it’s rolled in ash and has a line of

Charcoal running through the middle, don’t let that put you off, it was one of our favourites from the tasting

Tete de Moine – Literally meaning ‘monk’s head’ this cheese is shaved into rosette’s rather than sliced. This cheese is aromatic and strong, a ‘cheese-lovers’ cheese