Friday 3rd December
Marinated olives 3
Salted almonds 4
Aperitifs and pick me ups
Winter Aperol Spritz 9
Hot spiced apple juice with local honey 3(+ spiced rum 3)
Elderberry and Grand Imperial fizz 9
Bishop- hot port and orange 6
Blackbeard – Portland porter, spiced rum, Fetiman’s Cola and nutmeg 5.50
Styrk not G*n and tonic 6.50 Alc.free
Crodino alcohol free spritz 3
Our Negroni 9
Aperitif for destruction –Noilly prat, white port & tonic served short 7
Small dishes (some with a sharing or larger plate option)
Cold rare roast Haydon bridge beef on dripping toast, horseradish and pickled red cabbage 7.50
Salad of red wine pears, chicory, Darling blue cheese and salted caramel walnuts 7 V (vg no cheese)
The Feather’s black pudding, poached egg, devilled gravy 8.50/16
Northumbrian smoked bacon and English lentil broth 6.50
Vegan mezze with house pickles and fresh flatbread7.50 /15 – chickpea hummus, spiced aubergine salad, marinated roasted peppers, baked white beans with zatar.
Our homemade charcuterie board, pickles, celeriac remoulade and toasted sourdough 8.5/16
Large plates from our wood and charcoal fire pit served with dripping roast potatoes or fries.
Roast Minsteracres pheasant , choucroute cabbage and Toulouse sausage 18
Grilled North Sea turbot steak, with garlic, chilli and anchovies, tender stem broccoli 25
Roast marinated topside of Hexhamshire lamb with red wine leeks and greens 18
Haunch of local roe deer, celeriac puree, Brussel sprouts and poivrade sauce 21
Chestnut, sage and onion Wellington with roast artichokes, potatoes, parsnips and sprouts, red wine sauce, apple and herb jelly 14 vg
Battered fish and chips, mushy peas and tartare sauce 14
Chips, fries, mash, dripping roasties, glazed carrots and onions, braised red cabbage, Brussel sprouts, greens, sourdough bread and butter, fire pit flat bread 1 each
Puddings and cheese
Homemade mince pies 2 each
Petit fours- nougat, fudge, mixed berry pate de fruit and honey baklava 3.50
Rice pudding with apple caramel and brandied plum compote 7
Apple crumble, vanilla custard 7- a glass of Sauternes 6.50
Sticky toffee date pudding, butterscotch sauce, clotted cream 7 –a glass of Pedro Ximenez 5.50
Quince and almond tart, quince crème fraiche 7 – a glass of Jurancon Doux 6.50
Burnt Northumbrian cream 7 – a glass of Elysium black Muscat 7
North country cheeses, biscuits, japonica quince jelly and chutney 7/13-a glass of Taylors LBV 5.50
Our ices – vanilla, apple and cider sorbet, vegan vanilla, cherry and chocolate chip 6.50 (three scoops)
Vegan dark and stormy chocolate pot (ginger, lime and rum) 7 vg
Allergies and intolerances – We are not able to cater for allergies due to the risk of cross contamination.
Game can contain shot!
Children’s portions available please ask.
A discretionary service charge is applied to all bills 10%
Oil used may be from a GM source
Grand Imperial, flute £7/bottle £22
House Champagne, NV France, flute £8/bottle £28
Rose –-Embrujo del campo(organic) – Garnacha- Spain-Dark pink, dry but with a good fruity character, great with grilled meats and fish alike £4.50 (175ml) £18 bottle.
Vamanos – Chardonnay Chile- Pockets of limestone and cool climate produce a surprisingly taut, mineral style. The very essence of a southern hemisphere Chardonnay, fresh & vibrant. £4.50 (175ml) £18 bottle.
Embrujo del campo(organic) – Verdejo Spain – : Dry, restrained Spanish white, hay and fennel flavours rounded out by plums and pears, ending on a restrained wash of citrus. Ideally paired food from our fire pit for a refreshing and zesty finish. £4.50 (175ml) £18 bottle.
Sea Change- Sauvignon Blanc France, Pays D’oc – Light and fresh, elegant body. Flavours of grapefruit are prevalent, whislt the wine is balanced by a crisp acidity. . £7 (175ml) £26 bottle
Gran Maestro, Bianco Puglia, Appasassimento 2018 – Italy :- Golden yellow with pleasant hints of tropical fruits, full flavoured with a rich after taste. Great with game meats, rich fish dishes and mature cheeses. Made from semi dried Finao and Chardonnay grapes a technique usually used in red wines but allows this wine to stand up to strongly flavoured meats. £7.50 (175ml) £28 bottle.
Gruner Veltliner , Ferdinand Mayr , Austria Green yellow, fine, spicy, fruity and classic Loess-soil-Veltliner with characteristic peppery finish. The new generation of dynamic winemakers of the area is particularly successful with aromatic white wines (Vegan) £5.50 (175ml) £22 bottle
Puligny-Montrachet-Chardonnay-2019 – France. – Domaine Jean Louis Chavy £65, full-bodied white Burgundy, notes of citrus and honey in perfect balance, all warmed by a perfume of toasty oak. £18 (175ml) £65 bottle.
Chablis, Joseph Drouhin, 2020- elegant brilliant colour with hunts of green apple. Aromas of lemon peel and a slight savoury note. Amazing with oysters and rich fish dishes £11 (175ml) £45 bottle
Pinot Noir, Are you game, Fowles wines, Australia. – This is ripe, almost candied flavour, with notes of cherry, vanilla, dried green herbs and a slightly stalky character but with enough body to stand up to full flavoured meats.
8 (175ml) £26 Bottle.
Merlot Corvina, Italy 2018- Easy drinking, light bodied red, great with our without food £4.50 (175ml) £15 bottle
Le Rouler – Carignan France -: A “rouleur” is peloton jargon referring to a smooth and steady cyclist for the flat, the sort who steams through 200km without batting an eyelid – a bit like this delectable red. A bright cherry red colour packed with red berry aromas and hint of nutmeg. The palate is full-bodied and fruity. £4.50 (17ml) £15 bottle.
Amaru Malbec Argentina 2020 This savoury red wine is a thrilling mix of dark, brooding fruit and fragrant, punchy spice with a little acidity to cut through rich meats 175ml £5 £18 bottle
Margaux, Chateaux Anguldet 2012, our favourite Bordeaux, ripe and ready for drinking, fresh but with great length, wonderful with game and red meats. £35 half bottle -375ml
Donna Ermelina –Portugal 2019 -: Fresh, full of black fruit. Great concentration, both elegant and silky. Fresh mature fruit, and focused on plum and black cherry. The soft tannins provide excellent balance to the wine. Good length and elegant finish. £8 (175ml) £26 Bottle.
Chateau Musar, Gaston Hochar, Lebanon, 2012 -Our favourite wine and one of the world’s best in our opinion. Idiosyncratic and unique with every vintage. A blend of cabernet, carignan and cinsault, this vintage will go down in history due to minute yields as a result of damaging frost in spring and a heat wave in September. The wine is wonderful, full and supple with the spicy, leathery individuality we adore. £16 glass (175ml) £50 bottle
Château Batailley, Pauillac 2010 This deservedly popular property made two of its best vintages ever in 2010. Classic well-built cabernet-based claret in a year when the grape ripened beautifully while retaining its distinctive aroma and freshness. Delicious. £95
Slivovitz- clear dry plum eau de vie 3
10 year old black cherry schnapps 4
Our own Tucia- Romanian stlye fermented plum liqueur 3
Pineau- Hedley grown grape juice fortifed with finest grape brandy 3
Homemade Chartreuse – 35 foraged herbs and spices are used in the bittersweet after dinner tipple 4
Gins served with a choice of tonics – Feverfew, Feverfew light, and Schweppes all £2.50
Feathers Inn own made Elderflower Gin £4
Empress 1908 indigo gin £4.50
Bombay Sapphire £4
Hepple Gin £4.50
Agnes Arbour premium £4
Malfi Rosa £4.20
Malfi Con Arancia £4.20
There are more please ask …
Rum all £4
Flor di cana
Havana club special
Havana Number seven
Havana Cuban spice
Jim Bean £3
Smirnoff Vodka £3
Russian Standard Vodka £3
Real Ale selection Please ask
Non or low alcohol
Erdinger Weissbräu Alkohol Frei
Brooklyn Special Effects
Brewdog Punk AF
Sheppy’s Low Alcohol Classic Cider 0.5% 500Ml
Liqueurs and vermouths all £3
Punt e mes
Lacuesta Vermut – Bodegas Martinez Laguesta
El Bandarra Vermouth
Famous Grouse £3
Makers Mark £4
Jack Daniels £3
Southern Comfort £3
Jura 10yr £4
Auchentoshan 12yr old £4
Aberlour 12yr old £4
Ben Bracken £4
The Lakes Distillery Chapter one £4
Talisker Sky £4
Cardu Gold £4.50
Singleton Malt master £6
Bowmore 12yr old £4
Glen Grant Majors reserve £4
Fentiman’s botanically brewed traditional soft drinks from Gateshead £3 (330ml)
Seville orange jigger
Dandelion and Burdock
Equinox Organic Kombucha Ginger £2.20
Eqiunox Organic Kombucha Wild Berry £2.20
Coca cola £4pt/ £2 ½pt
Diet coke £4pt/ £2 ½pt
Schweppes lemonade £4pt/ £2 ½pt
Cordials with still or soda water £3pt/ £1.50 ½pt (blackcurrant, lime, orange, )
Fresh juices – Orange or Apple £2
We can make you a delicious cup of any expresso based coffee from a funky flat white to a luscious latte, as well as filter coffee from Pumphries in Blaydon – just ask.