Lunching Thoughts

We've always thought lunch potentially the most rewarding of all eating times at The Griffin.

Breakfast may be the most important, supper the most theatrical, and tea the most reassuring but it is lunch that is the fulcrum of any day.

Lunch is perfect both for those yearning for an interlude from the day’s business or about to negotiate one of the surrounding peaks.
  

                 

Sunday lunch

2 courses    £34
3 courses    £40

 
A previous runner-up in the OFM Readers' Awards for the Best Sunday Lunch, The Griffin has long hung its coat on its reputation for Sunday lunch. Maintaining that reputation is very important to us.

Roasted red pepper & tomato soup, basil oil (v)
Isle of Wight tomatoes, goat cheese, basil pesto 
Ham hock, pickles, apple, piccalilli purée 
Brown crab rarebit, burnt lemon, Worcestershire sauce 
White crab, pickled mooli, chicory, ginger dressing
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Roast beef or pork belly, all the trimmings
Maple glazed celeriac, all the trimmings
Hake, new potatoes, tenderstem broccoli, samphire, beurre blanc 
Butternut squash & pearl barley risotto, pumpkin seeds, maple, ‘feta’
Confit duck leg, creamed potato, pancetta, pak choi, red wine 
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Treacle tart, oat crumb, milk ice cream 
Griffin Garden fruit crumble, crème Anglaise
Lemon posset, raspberry, honeycomb
British & Irish cheeses, chutney, biscuits, grapes

 

A typical lunch (Monday - Saturday)

Dishes in italics are an example of our Lunch for Less menu which runs alongside
our lunch menu. 3 courses for 27.50, or 2 for 22.50.


Baba ganoush, hummus, pickled shallot, ‘feta’, focaccia croute
  
10.50
Black Bomber & pancetta croquette, chilli tomato ketchup
 
9.50
Ox tongue, pickled beetroot, horseradish, celeriac  

9.50
Pastrami cured salmon, crème fraîche, dill pickles 

9.50
Roasted butternut squash soup, toasted pumpkin, pumpernickel croûte 

 
Lamb fritter, house pickles, minted mayonnaise, lamb jus 
 


 

Beef pie, salt baked celeriac, cavolo nero, red wine jus 
 
20.50
Battered cod, jumbo ‘chip’, mushy peas
choice of curry sauce or warm tartare sauce

22.00
Hake, roasted fennel, pickled mussels, bisque, bronze fennel 

23.50
Pork belly, black pudding, crispy kale, pickled walnut & apple purée, hash brown 

21.00
Venison stew, carrot & swede, garlic savoy cabbage   

Maple glazed Crown Prince, burrata, salsa verde, pumpkin seed granola







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