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Starters

Home made Soup of the Day £4.95
with a crusty loaf and butter
Traditional Prawn Cocktail £5.95
with Marie Rose sauce, brown bread and butter
Deep Fried Crispy Whitebait £5.95
with home made tartare sauce
Grilled Goats Cheese £5.95
with roasted peppers
Warm Smoked Mackerel Fillet £5.95
with creamed horseradish sauce
Breaded Garlic Mushrooms £5.95
deep fried and served with mayonnaise

Main Courses

Small £10.95 Large £14.95

Home Cooked Ham, Egg and Chips
with free range farm eggs, garden peas and fries
Fresh Cod Fillet in Beer Batter
with fries and home-made tartare sauce
Lightly Breaded Whitby Scampi
with fresh lemon, garden peas and fries
Deep Fried Seafood Platter
with salad and tartare sauce
Home Made Steak & Mushroom Pie
with light puff pastry top
Home Made Chicken & Ham Pie
with garden peas and fries
Grilled Bucks Bangers
with creamy mash and onion gravy

Ridgeway Ploughmans

Cheddar £7.50
Stilton £7.95
Ham £8.50
Mixed Ploughmans £8.95
A crispy salad, crusty loaf, butter, pickle and apple

Plough Salads

Warm Chicken, Avocado & Crispy
Bacon Salad Small £10.95 Main £14.95
with new potatoes
Warm Fresh Salmon Salad Small £10.95 Main £14.95
with prawns and minted potatoes

Plough Sandwiches

Freshly cut sandwiches served with a crispy salad and
a few fries on brown or white bread
Cheddar £5.50
Ham £5.95
Beef £6.95
Prawn £6.95
Ploughmans & Sandwiches are not available
in the evenings

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Children’s Menu

  • Ham, egg, chips and peas £7.50
  • Sausage, chips and peas £5.50
  • Fish fingers, chips and peas £5.50
  • Scampi, chips and peas £5.50
  • Fish, chips and peas £7.50*

Sunday Lunch Menu

  • Roast Beef £7.50
  • Roast Pork £7.50
  • Roast Chicken £7.50*

*Minimum order of two

Our children’s Sunday Lunch menu meals are served with fresh seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes and Yorkshire pudding

Specials Menu

Our ‘Specials’ menu changes throughout the year, however, you can view a typical example by clicking here.

Important: Please advise us of any food allergies

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