Restaurant Menu – The Crown Hotel
Breakfast and Early Bird
Our standard Full English Breakfast is served from 8.30am to 9:00am.
Our Early Bird Breakfast for walkers, etc. is more basic. You can help yourself to cereals, (Cornflakes, Weetabix, Alpen, etc) bread, butter, jam, marmalade, tea, coffee, and fruit juice. This can be taken at any time. Due to Health & Safety and Fire regulations there is no toaster available during the Early Bird breakfast.
You can also pre-order a packed lunch (£6.95) You can choose from ham, beef, cheese, or tuna sandwiches. (please order by 8pm the night before)
Lunchtime menu is served 12noon – 2pm
Soup of the Day served with a crusty roll and butter – £4.25
Home-made Battered Mushrooms served with a garlic dip – £5.10
Deep Fried Goats Cheese with cranberry sauce – £5.10
Chicken Liver Paté served with crusty roll and butter – £5.25
Black Pudding and Bacon Salad – £5.50
Traditional Prawn Cocktail – £6.25
Home cooked Honey Roast Ham, egg and chips – £7.95
Cumberland Sausage served with mashed potato, onion rings and gravy – £8.50
Deep Fried Goats Cheese with cranberry sauce chips and salad garnish – £8.95
Cheese and Beetroot Pie served with salad and new potatoes – £9.20
Wholetail Scampi served with chips and peas – £9.75
Home-made Lasagne served with chips and salad – £9.95
Beer Battered Fresh Haddock served with chips and peas – £9.95
Half a Roast Chicken Breast served with potatoes and fresh vegetables – £9.95
Home-made Chicken Pie served with chips and peas – £9.15
Home-made Meat and Potato Pie with a suet crust served with chips and peas – £9.15
Home-made Old Peculier Steak and Mushroom Pie served with chips and peas – £9.15
Evening Restaurant Menu is served 6pm – 9pm
As above, plus specials.
The Crown has an extensive range of specials, which include steaks, chicken, lamb and pork dishes.
Group Bookings: Table reservations for evening meals. (groups of six or over)
We ask for a deposit of £5.00 per person. This will then be knocked off the final bill.
(Restaurant Times may vary during the winter)