30-11-19 Lunch menu

All served on chequers bread with coleslaw and a choice of either hand cut chips
or a bowl of today’s soup
Avocado, chequers chutney, dukkah, pea shoots 8.00
Breaded plaice fish finger, tartare sauce, pea puree 8.20
Korean chicken, kimichi mayo, pickled cucumber, coriander 8.25
Pork loin, Chequer’s apple sauce and stuffing 8.20

Gardener – carrot & star anise puree, sumac roasted tomato, chequers chutney, gordal olives, grilled avocado, pickles, aubergine & walnut dip, chequers bread 15.00
Fisherman – plaice beignets, cider mussels, cured smoked salmon, romesco sauce, aioli, crispy kale, pickles, chequers bread 15.00
Hunter – pork stuffing, korean glazed chicken, parma ham, beef & leek croquette, pickles, apple sauce, chequers brown sauce, chequers bread 15.00

Soup of the day, chequers bread 6.00
Maple glazed baby parsnip, pickled carrot, carrot & star anise puree, goats curd 6.50
Rye bay plaice beignets, romesco sauce, granola 8.95
Smoked haddock kedgeree scotch egg, mint & coriander yoghurt 7.00
Seared wood pigeon, juniper gravy, mushroom ketchup, baby beetroot 7.75

Bubble & squeak, spinach, poached hen eggs, hollandaise sauce 13.25
Twice baked goats cheese soufflé, butternut squash chutney, dried figs, pear, bitter leaf salad, toasted pumpkin seeds 13.25
Harveys beer battered cod, pea puree, tartare sauce, hand cut chips 13.95
Cider moules mariniere, chequers bread or hand cut chips 14.75
Calves liver & bacon, caramelised shallots, horseradish mashed potato, gravy 14.75

Homemade chequers bread, butter & sea salt 2.50
Hand cut chips & aioli 3.95
Chequers ruby slaw 2.00
Seasonal greens 2.95

A 10% discretionary service charge will be added to your bill for all tables of 8 people and above, and all tables regardless of size Friday-Sunday
Allergen Information… Our kitchen contains most common allergens as do most of our dishes. If you have a allergy please talk to a member of our team who will happily discuss all our recipes to find you a safe product. We will do our best to provide a safe area however cross contamination may still be an issue.