THE TALE BEHIND THE TASTE AT THE
HARE & HOUNDS
Every dish has a story, from how we source our meat as locally as possible to how we ensure the animals we select are all red tractor farm assured, and fed to produce the leanest, finest cuts of meat possible.
We search far and wide to seek out the best quality produce form land and sea, from seasonal vegetables brought fresh to our door, to sustainably sourced fish caught fresh daily.
Our chefs strive for perfection and the menu that we have generated celebrates the best of British using big bold flavours, meaning every dish has a labour of love put into it! We have a large beer garden and car park with ample parking and outside space we welcome Motorists, Families, Walkers & Cyclists alike.
Our chefs take locally sourced seasonal ingredients and create you Great British pub food with a contemporary feel.
The chefs passion for cooking is displayed in every dish on The Hare and Hounds menu, encompassing strong attention to detail and artistic flair, ensuring every dining experience is to be remembered.
The Hounds menu alters regularly to adapt to ingredients in changing seasons, and our customers all time favourites, meaning that our secret recipe steak-pies, locally sourced beer battered fish and chips and yummy homely desserts will always be made part of our menu.
Our main menu is bursting with fresh bold flavours from locally sourced homemade ingredients, allowing you to enjoy dishes for any occasion. This download also includes our snack menu.
We have taken great pride in carefully selecting some delicious dishes for the smallest of tummies, so much so we have even incorporated mini starters and puddings to add even more selection.
There’s nothing quiet like a proper steak supper, carefully sourced and cooked to your liking. Which is why every Wednesday Evening is 'Steak Night'!
FISH & CHIPS
Enjoy our locally caught cod dipped in 'the hounds' beer batter and lightly fried, served with hand cut chips, mushy peas, bread and butter, tartar sauce, and a pot of Yorkshire tea.