The William B Father’s Day Menu

To Start

Butternut squash and sweet potato soup served with artisan bread (v)

Grilled halloumi served with a balsamic, tomato and onion concasse (v)

Classic prawn and crayfish cocktail with marie rose sauce and ciabatta sail

Oriental chicken satay spring roll served with rich satay sauce

Tempura king prawns served with sweet chilli dipping sauce

Lamb kofte meatballs in a spicy tomato sauce served with pitta bread

Chicken liver and pink peppercorn pate with red onion chutney and balsamic crostini’s

Garlic toasted ciabatta topped with melted cheese

To Follow

Roasted Aberdeen Angus sirloin of beef

Roasted Norfolk turkey with pig in blanket and apricot sausage stuffing

Roasted loin of pork served with crackling

The William B platter: beef, pork and turkey

Vegetarian wellington served with cranberry gravy (v)

The above served with roasted potatoes, seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire pudding and rich gravy

Salmon supreme pan fried in chilli and garlic butter with diced Tuscan potatoes and green beans

Chicken Ballotine stuffed with garlic cream cheese, wrapped in pancetta, served with fondant potatoes, curly kale, finished with a roasted red pepper, tomato and pesto coulis

Three cheese tartlet; goat’s cheese, brie, stilton and onion tartlet served with
a light salad, beetroot, radish, new potatoes and house dressing (v)

Cajun chicken Caesar salad with croutons, baby gem lettuce, parmesan shavings and Ceaser dressing

12oz Gourmet beef burger topped with cheese, served in a toasted brioche bun
with burger relish, seasoned fries and burger garnish

8oz Rib eye steak served with seasoned chips, garlic marinated field mushroom and roasted tomatoes
(£5 supplement)

To Finish

Triple chocolate brownie served with salted caramel ice cream

Sticky toffee pudding served with toffee sauce and custard

Pavlova served with mixed berries and Chantilly cream

White chocolate and Yorkie cheesecake with vanilla ice cream
Chef’s hand crafted Mini dessert selection

Trio of ice cream and sorbets

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