In the lead up to St George’s Day we though it fit to celebrate local produce through the fabulous English culinary delight that is pie! Pie was thought to have been bought to England, along with aqueducts, central heating and roads by the Romans. St George, as a Roman soldier, would undoubtedly eaten his fair share of pie (possibly only rivalled by Mr Couth!).
Hathersage Millstone cheese tartlet
Our own sausages made with local pork, Paul Bowyer’s award winning black pudding & calvados soaked apples. Roasted tomato salad and whole grain mustard
Peakland Blue, asparagus and garden pea frittata. dill & lemon mayo and herb salad
Pie & Pie Pretender Mains
The Blonde steak Pie
Bradfield beer, local beef, rich suet crust pastry
The Whitby fish pie
Chunky cod, sea trout, smoked haddock and prawns. White wine Mornay sauce. Crushed new potato and Wensleydale top
The Woodland Pie
Cèpes and field Mushroom Wellington, Spinach, smoked garlic and truffle oil. Butter and lemon thyme pastry
All pies served with sharing bowls for the table of creamy mash, triple fried chips and green beans with shallot butter
Dessert or Cheese
Bramley Apple, dark rum and chocolate Brownie with Hope Valley Ice Cream
Boozy Club trifle – Not recommended for those driving!
A selection of our house English cheeses with homemade relishes and jellies and seeded crackers