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The Sportsmans Arms Wednesday lunch time Senior Citizen rate is just £6.50p for 2 Courses!
The Sportsmans Arms as we have previously reported is once again serving food. Wendy and Darren, the new licensees, wish to invite any potentially peckish Senior Citizen to enjoy a 2 course lunch on Wednesdays for the above price.
A sample of the usual fare is as follows (menu may vary weekly).
Starter Choices — Soup or pate
Main course Choices — Liver and onions, pork chops, roast belly pork, or Gammon eggs and pineapple. All served with mashed potatoes/chips and vegetables.
Sweet Choices — Sticky toffee pudding, chocolate fudge cake, bread and butter pudding all served with cream/ice cream or custard.
At other times, two menus remain available — one features traditional pub fare, such as burgers, steaks, lamb shank, curry and a broccoli-stilton pasta bake. The other menu is a reflection of Wendy and Darren's 10 year residence in Greece, and includes halloumi with Mediterranean vegetables, beef stifado and pork or chicken souvlaki, among other traditional Greek fare.
On Sunday, traditional Sunday roast will be available.
The pub is serving food:
Monday — Friday 12-3pm and 6-9pm
Tel: 01829 770233
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