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Gourmet burger and Quiz night - Next is Monday, 2nd February 2015
On the first Monday of the month we host our quiz night! The quiz is £2 per person to enter with a maximum team size of 6. Cash prize for the winners and Gourmet burgers are the food of choice on the night.
Sunday Roasts are a must for country pubs, and visitors will be treated to a fine selection served from 12 noon to 4pm. The entire garden has been fully opened up and the views across the surrounding fields and hills are breathtaking. In the winter our 4 open fires make it taste even better somehow !
Grill Night EVERY Wednesday
Every wednesday night our chefs cook from the heart of the pub in our inglenook fire place. It started as a one off and now it's become our most popular night of the week! where we have speciality steaks and fish cooked in full view of the pub. Click for Sample Menu.
If there is a cut of meat you are craving or you are celebrating a special occasion, why not give us 48 hours notice and we can organise a really special evening for you. We can organise any of the following :
20 oz T-Bone steak £32.00
Cote de Boeuf (Rib of Beef) For two to share £54.00
Chateaubriand with home-made onion rings (for between 2-6 people) £30.00 per person
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The Dog and Pheasant is open all day, with lunch served from 12-2.30pm and dinner from 6-9.30pm during the week and all day on Saturdays. Lunch is served between 12 noon and 4pm on Sundays with a closing time of 6pm. We look forward to welcoming you to our historic country pub.
Alistair Sawdays Pubs & Inns 2013 Quote...
"....This popular old roadside inn oozes bonhomie. And, though the food is the driving force, the small bar heaves with upmarket locals in for a pint of Adnams Broadside or a glass of pinot noir. Smart and cosy it is, with its gorgeous black wood ceiling beams, striking wall timbers and warming winter fires; and service is both friendly and upbeat. Chefs lengthy repertoire should please all, with its classic and modern dishes, and seafood a speciality. Blackboard specials like pan-fried fillet of rainbow trout with curly kale and roasted garlic sauce complement a main menu that covers all, from roasted shellfish platter to moules marinère to Cumberland sausage with creamed mash and onion gravy. A front terrace, a big back garden and a private dining room upstairs complete the happy picture...."