Tuesday 3rd February 2015 from 6pm
Our ever popular Game Night – a delicious menu of local game at £32.50 per person. Advance booking required!
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This is a great time of year for game. It’s healthy, lean meat and, if you are lucky, might arrive on your doorstep for free if you have a friendly farmer or shooter who might drop off a brace of pheasants or a couple of rabbits. This dish is warming and hearty and utterly delicious. You can use pheasant, or pretty much any game, although rabbit is especially good, so give it a go.
You will need:
8 pheasant legs
If you have a food or drink allergy or intolerance, you may already know that new rules on allergen labelling are being introduced in December this year. These new regulations will mean that information about allergenic ingredients will be made clearer and more consistent for you, the consumer.
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A special evening featuring West Country cheeses & wines from the award-winning Pandora Inn wine list! A great selection of cheeses from the West Country supplied by Hanson Fine Foods, including a talk about cheese makers in the region.
There will also be a great selection of wines supplied by Walter Hicks Wine Merchants, chosen to match the cheeses, including a talk on the wines by our very own Lester Croft!
£25 per person. Pre-booking required! Arrival for 7pm, to start from 7.15-7.30pm
Fresh, locally caught fish is one of the many things that makes the Pandora Inn so special and you won’t be surprised to hear that it always sells incredibly well! In addition to the classic pub dishes always on offer, like our beer-battered fish and chips, we always have plenty of fresh fish dishes on the specials board changing daily to suit whatever is available at the time.
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Welcome to the Pandora Inn’s blog. The Pandora enjoys a spectacular setting on the edge of Restronguet Creek. Parts of the Inn date back to the 13th Century and, with its flagstone floors, low-beamed ceilings and thatched roof it’s not difficult to believe that little has changed since that time. While the Pandora’s wonderful setting remains unchanged, everything else in this cosy traditional inn is 21st century comfort and quality.
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