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Sunday 1st August
Snacks
Marinated olives 3
Pickled local quails eggs 3

Aperitifs
Portuguese ‘Pimms’ 6
Italicus spritz 10 (bergamot liqueur)
Aperol spritz 10
Crodino alcohol free spritz 3
Raspberry and redcurrant spritz 3 (alc. free)
Our Negroni 9

Small dishes (some with a sharing or larger plate option)
Scottish smoked salmon, rye bread, pickled cucumber and sweet mustard dressing 7
Our homemade charcuterie board, pickles, celeriac remoulade and toasted sourdough 8/15
Vegan mezze- chickpea hummus, baked black beans , spiced aubergine and tomato salad, sweet carrot salad, fresh flat bread 7/14 Vg
Our black pudding, poached egg, devilled gravy 8/15

Roasts served with dripping roasties, bashed swede, braised red cabbage, carrots , cauliflower cheese and summer greens.
Fire pit roast rump of Haydon bridge beef, Yorkshire pudding, Madeira gravy, horseradish. 16.50
Slow roast Ravensworth grange middle white pork, apple sauce, Madeira gravy 16.50
Almond and beetroot no meat loaf, vegan gravy, carrots, roast potatoes, summer greens,
braised red cabbage 15 Vg

Other dishes
Battered haddock and chips, mushy peas and tartare sauce 13
Whole North shields mackerel with tomato & basil sauce vierge, fennel salad and fries 16.50

Children’s portions available please ask.

Puddings and savouries
Gooseberry crumble, vanilla custard 6 – A glass of Pachernc du Vic-Bilh natural dessert wine 7
Summer fruit Eton mess with Slaley cream and toasted almonds 7- a glass of Monbazzillac 6.50
Raspberry, redcurrant and almond tart with Slaley cream 6.50- a glass of Pedro Ximenez 5.50
Burnt Northumbrian cream £6.50
Dark chocolate brownie, vanilla ice cream 6

A discretionary service charge is applied to all bills 12.5%

 

DRINKS

Draught all £4.50 pt/ £2.25 ½pt
Pardal 3.8% Czech craft session lager beer
Budweiser Budvar 5% The original and the best Czech lager beer
South West orchards 5% West Country sparkling dry cider
Portland Craft beer company, Stout Porter 4% Rich, creamy, smooth and chocolatey.

Local cask ales please ask

Various traditional ciders and perry’s from the cask please ask


Wine List
Sparkling
Grand Imperial, flute £7/bottle £22
House Champagne, NV France, flute £8/bottle £28

Rose – Embrujo(organic )- Grancha-Dark pink, dry but with a good fruity character, great with grilled meats and fish a like £4.50 (175ml) £18 bottle.

Whites
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.
Yealands Landmade – Sauvignon blanc New Zealand -: A New Zealand Sauvignon so clean and fresh it’ll give Sancerre a run for its money! Made by Natalie Christensen – named by The Drinks Business as one of the World’s Most Influential Women in Wine, also a mission to be the world’s most sustainable vineyard. Bright and crisp with notes of cut grass and blackcurrant leaf, underpinned with lime and guava. Balanced with a long, clean mineral finish. Vegan. £6 (175ml) £21 bottle
Chablis- Joseph Drouhin- Chandonnay-2019Chablis,France. This Chablis is a bright and focused offering a racy, yet rewarding experience on the palate. Enjoy its aromas and flavours of ripe apple and chalk a must with oyster and other fish dishes. A fresh modern take on a Chablis letting the chardonnay grapes shine. £11 (175ml) £45 bottle
Louis Latour-Puligny-Montrachet-Chardonnay-2019 Puligny-Montrachet displays a beautiful pale golden hue. Intense on the nose, it offers grilled almond & vanilla aromas. Ample and round, the mouth unveils notes of almond paste as well as roasted hints great freshness and a well-integrated oak. £18 (175ml) £65 bottle

Reds
Vamonos – Cabernet Sauvignon Chile – : An abundance of blackberry and sweet spice, this is a great wines to enjoy with red meat and has been specifically chosen to go with our fire pit menu. £4.50 (175ml) £14 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.
Malbec Reserva, Don David , Argentina  -: Ranked among the top 10 wines from this region with respect to number of prizes won: Spicy and violet aromas in this malbec of good maturity, with a very smooth texture, intense sweet flavors but accompanied by a good acidity that balances. £5 (175ml) £18 bottle.
Marcillac ‘Lo Sang del Pais’, Fer, Domaine du Cros 2019, France:- The steep, iron-rich slopes in south-west France have been good vineyard country for centuries. Ruby-coloured, quite full in this exceptional vintage, and rounded with flavours of raspberry and plum. Made from the local grape variety Fer, great with cured meat, grilled meats and even grilled fish. £7 (175ml) £24 bottle
Carlos Reynolds -Portugal -: 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.
Château Angludet, Margaux 2010– Merlot, Cabernet, France-From one of our favourite châteaux in Bordeaux the 2010 vintage of Angludet, now at its drinking peak, is a cracker, full of ripe, dense fruit, balanced by suave tannins. 1/2 bottle (375ml) £28
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

 




 


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
Gordons £3.50

Bombay Sapphire £4
Tanqueray £4

Hepple Gin £4.50

Agnes Arbour premium £4

Agnes Arbour rhubarb gin

Verano watermelon

Kopperberg strawberry and lime

There are more please ask …

 


Spirits

Rum all £4

Flor di cana

Havana club special

Number seven

Cuban spice

 


Other spirits

Tequila £3
Jim Bean £3
Sambuca £3
Smirnoff Vodka £3
Russian Standard Vodka £3


Liqueurs and vermouths all £3

Amaretto 
Martini Bianco 
Martini Rosso 
Cinzano Binaco 

Punt e mes

Lacuesta Vermut – Bodegas Martinez Laguesta

El Bandarra Vermouth


Whiskey/whisky

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
Laphroaig £4
Bowmore 12yr old £4
Glencadam £4
Glen Grant Majors reserve £4

Tullibardine £4


Soft drinks

Fentiman’s botanically brewed traditional soft drinks from Gateshead £3 (330ml)
Ginger beer

Victorian Lemonade

Rose Lemonade
Seville orange jigger
Dandelion and Burdock

Curiosity ColaCoca 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


Hot Drinks

Coffee £3

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.