William B - Caribbean themed menu

7:30 pm - 11:30 pm

To start

Spiced corn fritters with a tamarind sauce and mixed salad

Caribbean spiced chicken wings served with a pineapple and coconut salad

Smoked half rack of jerk marinated ribs with chargrilled pineapple

Salted cod fritters served with jerk spiced mango salsa

Jamaican chicken soup with dumplings

To follow

Half roasted jerk chicken served with traditional rice ‘n’ peas

Caribbean smoked ribs served with spiced sweet potato wedges and mango mayonnaise

Traditional goat curry served with rice ‘n’ peas

Pan fried seabass cooked in Jamaican spices and herbs with a butternut squash puree and vegetable broth

Breaded okra fritters served with chargrilled red pepper, sweet potato puree and spiced salsa

To Finish

Barbequed pineapple rings served with coconut ice cream and coconut shavings

Trinidad sweet rice; Rice pudding with ginger, cinnamon and rum soaked raisons

Ginger and rum sponge cake with a coconut cream

Chocolate brownie with chocolate sauce and banana ice cream

Trio of ice cream; rum and raison, coconut and mango

£25 per head

If you have an general enquiry please do not hesitate to contact us using the form or direct info@thewilliamb.co.uk

Or Call: 01245 380082

The William B. The Street, Hatfield Peverel, Chelmsford, Essex. CM3 2ET

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