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Here at The Hind’s Head we serve a weekday lunch a la carte, a Sunday roast and three set menus – the Mary, the Aleyn and the Elizabeth. Each features a variety of matchless classics of British cuisine, cooked with the skill, precision and flavoursomeness and originality you’d expect from Heston Blumenthal.

Our menus change every four to six weeks, to explore and celebrate the best of traditional British cooking, and to reflect our chefs’ ongoing creative reinvigoration of classic dishes.

We can cater for most diets and our team will check your requirements before your arrival.

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Our Current Menus

View Weekday Lunch A La Carte Menu View Sunday Lunch Roast Menu

Mary Menu
Available Monday – Friday lunch

CONFIT BUTTERNUT SQUASH

Goats curd, pickled raisin and Hedsor honey

ROASTED DUCK LEG

Char-grilled lettuce, pea and mint oil

LEMON MERINGUE PIE

Almond, basil and blackcurrant sorbet*

2 courses 19.95 / 3 courses 25.00

 

Aleyn Menu
Available Monday – Sunday lunch & Monday – Saturday dinner

POTTED BROWN SHRIMP

Shrimp butter, mace, sea vegetables and grilled bread

VENISON CARPACCIO

Horseradish cream, parmesan and caper vinaigrette

RIBEYE OF VEAL

Pointy cabbage, onions and sauce reform

MILK CHOCOLATE MOUSSE

Banana caramel, passion fruit and lime ice cream*

48.00

 

Elizabeth Menu
Available Monday – Saturday dinner & Saturday – Sunday lunch

PEA AND HAM SOUP, SCOTCH EGG

SEARED SCALLOP

Horseradish and fig puree, smoked anchovy and violet artichokes

CONFIT BUTTERNUT SQUASH

Goats curd, pickled raisin and Hedsor honey

BREAST OF PIGEON

Spiced celeriac, duck parcel and date sauce

PEACH MELBA*

(v)

CHERRY BAKEWELL SLICE

Pickled cherries, marzipan and yoghurt ice cream* (v)

58.00

 

Fish and vegetarian menu options available.

(v) Vegetarian *Contains traces of nuts. Please make us aware of any allergies and ask for further details of dishes that contain allergens. Each menu is subject to a discretionary 12.5% service charge.

 

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