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Saturday November 5th 2016

Bonfire @ 8pm

Fireworks Small display +- 9pm

South African Fish Pan 

 

Our South African fish panOur South African fish pan

 

 

At present we are recruiting

part time pot wash

and part time waiting on

If you want to treat someone special

We have gift vouchers in

£10 denominations

 ~

Bon Fire Night this year will be for friends,

family and diners on the night ONLY

Book your dinner table soon for that night Bon Fire and Fireworks from 8.30pm

 

 Autumn

Sunday Lunch

Goose fat roast potatoes, roasted vegetables, Yorkshire Pud, stuffing, gravy

Choice: Lamb, Pork, Gammon

Roast Ham Hock, Med/Rare Roast Beef

£14.95

included

09th October FREE Wine

16th October FREE Cheese & Port

23rd October FREE Dessert

Served 12.30 until 3.30

Sunday Dinner from 4 pm

 ~

Christmas Day 25th December  16

will be a No frill Hearty Luncheon

£37.50 p.p.

12 noon or 3.00 pm

(£20 non refundable deposit p.p.

in cash on time of Booking)

Starter

Prawn Cocktail,

Winter soup,

Goats Cheese Tarts

Mains

Turkey with all the trimmings

Beef Wellington

Fillet Steak on Hot Rock

(V) Haloumi & Veggie Sausages

on the Hot Rock

 

Dessert

Cream Brulee

Cheese and Port

Chocolate Pot 

Enjoy here : Entrecôte Steak from Botswana 

 

The people of Botswana and the cattle population have been inextricably linked for hundreds of years and cattle, whether they are bred for milk or beef, form part of the fabric of everyday life for the Botswana people of this Southern Africa landlocked country. Botswana‘s environment rages from fertile floodplain deltas to areas of fragile eco – systems  with fluctuating rainfall, which  ensures hardy , nutritious grassland interspersed with low bush referred to as the veld- the home of Botswana “s cattle breeding herd.

The raising of cattle touches almost all of the population, with cattle outnumbering people by two to one .Urban dweller and rural communities alike have some involvement and contact on a daily basis with cattle grazing on the veld.

Breeds and Genetics have been updated and selected, selected to produce beef that has unique flavour and textures and a delicious taste based on natural grassland production systems. Cattle production sits alongside and in some cases amidst diverse wildlife populations, which encompasses Africa‘s largest to its smallest species.

The balance between conservation of wildlife, a valuable resource for tourism, and the needs of the commercial cattle industry is a complex one, with all sectors cooperating to ensure viability and benefit for each of the sectors. Division of the country into regions or, couple with surveillance measures and monitoring of herds with strict controls on livestock movement give access into markets seeking the highest animal health requirements.