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It’s that time of year again when we update our 2 course menu with some seasonal touches to make the most of what’s available.
With Spring just about sprung (honest) we’ve added some lighter flavours, with touches of fruit and fresh spring vegetables bringing a bit of sunshine to the palette, even if it can’t be guaranteed in the beer yard.
The starters now include Ham Hock croquette, which is brilliantly balanced out with grilled spiced Pineapple (yes, really) and a delicate new potato and spring onion salad.
Packed with colour and fresh flavours is the Taboulleh Salad with Compressed Watermelon, Feta, Charred Baby Cucumber and Pomegranate Dressing.
And the final addition to the starters this time is the return of a Clarence favourite; Steamed Welsh Mussels, in a coronation sauce with wedge of crusty bread. It’s bound to be a popular one!
The mains still include the ever-popular burger, sausage and mash, and our Fish Of The Day (always make sure you ask about the FOTD – it’s where Liam uses some of his best ideas) . There’s a little change to our Roast Chicken Supreme, with Pancetta, Peas, Sautéed New Potatoes and Pea Velouté.
For something really Spring-y, go for the Spring Vegetable Risotto with Charred Baby Gem and Baby Corn; lots of really fresh new veg flavours perfect with a glass of something cold and white at lunchtime.
The 2 course menu is still spectacular value at £13.75, and is available from 12 – 7pm, Monday – Friday. See the whole menu at www.theclarence.co.uk/two-course-menu/.
Bookings are being taken for the best New Year’s Eve party in Bury, complete with a decadent dining experience in Manchester’s food pub of the year.
You can now take a look at the special NYE Menu, served from 6.30pm on the evening, and help us plan an evening that will keep you dancing through the first few hours of 2018.
Our DJ Eve will be filling the dancefloor after dinner, both in the bar and upstairs in the Fallen Angel where the cocktails will be flowing. Our Disco theme will take in everything from the funk and soul records that inspired the disco boom of the 1970s to floor-fillers of the disco era and the best tracks inspired by the genre.
Just like our food, the music will be the best, not just the best-known. We’re thinking more Sly & The Family Stone and Chic than Abba and The Bee Gees, but we’d like to know what you want to hear on New Year’s Eve. We’ll put together a party playlist based on your suggestions to play in the pub in the run-up to the big night. Make your suggestions over at our Facebook page here.
******UPDATE: For those who just want to join us for the Disco, without dining, advance tickets are now just £10******
To book your tickets for our NYE Disco (Dining & Dancing, £65 inc 3 course dinner, served 7-8pm, 6.30pm arrivals / £10 excluding dinner, arrive from 8pm) give us a call on 0161 464 7404, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or just call in and chat to any of the staff.