The Head Chef, Mike Wilson, has a varied menu on offer, including home-made burgers and Sunday roasts, which The Whistler editors sampled recently. We both had the vegetarian roast which came with generous portions of baked potato, carrots, broccoli, swede, nut roast and Yorkshire pud. It was hot and tasty and well-priced at £8 or £15 for 2. The wine list is reasonably priced: we had a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc for £13.45 and there’s a decent house wine for £9.95. Everything (that’s practical to make) is home-made in Mike’s Kitchen from the burgers to the fat chips to the pickles. Kids can accompany adults until 8pm so it’s well worth a visit to sample the delicious food and friendly atmosphere.
The daily activities in the pub match the variety of the menu: traditional Irish stew accompanies Irish folk evenings on Sundays; on Mondays the burgers are £5 all day with an Open Mic session in the evening for performers, singers, and poets. Pit your wits at the Music Quiz on Tuesdays; Thursdays are curry nights; and the kitchen is open until 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays, with Indie music on Saturdays.
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