The Pilchard Inn serves food Wednesday – Sunday and they do advise to prebook. If you’re going all out with three courses, you can expect to begin your splendid meal with choices such as fresh Pea Soup, a hearty Baked Brie, or a rich Chicken Liver Parfait Terrain. For mains, the Roasted Monkfish is truly spectacular, served with asparagus and violet potatoes. The Cider Battered Haddock is another delicious choice, a traditional fish and chips dish with crushed peas and fresh tartar sauce. If fish isn’t your favourite, the Rump Steak is equally as delightful, served with skinny fries and perfectly crisp onion rings.
To finish, you’ll want something sweet. Luckily, the dessert menu is just as fabulous. Tuck into a traditional Banana Split (with one or two spoons!) and taste the welcoming flavour of banana, chantilly cream, delicious chocolate brownie and tasty flaked almonds. For something a little lighter, the Chocolate Mousse is perfectly fluffy and decadent, a contrasting partner to the Thyme and Honey Panna Cotta. However, if sweet isn’t your thing, a selection of Artisan Cheeses, crackers and accompaniments can also be served in place of a dessert.
It’s important to note that the Pilchard Inn does change its menus in line with the seasons to ensure they are always utilising the freshest ingredients. Please be mindful if the menus look slightly different to the above.
Alongside the delicious lunch and dinner menus, you’ll also find a selection of fabulous spirits, stills and sparkling. From crisp whites to bold reds and perfectly celebratory bubbles, the Pilchard Inn drinks menu provides plenty of potential to toast, sip and celebrate at this sea view pub.