The Three Compasses

Food

Creamy mushroom soup, focaccia crostini £5.50
Crayfish tail, smoked salmon cocktail, Marie Rose Sauce £6.50
Salt & pepper squid, sweet chilli dip £6.50
Pheasant pate, orange marmalade, rustic toast £6.50
Olives, houmus, crusty bread, oil & balsamic £5
Roast belly pork, bubble & squeak, roasted carrots £12.75
Chunky shepherd’s pie £11.50
Roast vegetable hotpot £9.50
Ham, fried eggs, spicy onion marmalade & chips £11
Pumpkin risotto £9.50
Local sausages, mash, onion gravy, Peas £10.50
Beer battered cod, chips, peas, tartare sauce £10.50
8oz Homemade beef burger, gem lettuce, gherkin, tomato, burger relish add: bacon, cheese, onion rings £1 each £10.50
10oz Rib-eye steak, chunky chips, sun-blush tomato, watercress add sauce: green peppercorn, herb butter, blue cheese £1.50 each £18.90
Sticky toffee pudding & vanilla ice cream £5.60
Chocolate brownie, chocolate sauce & Belgian chocolate ice cream £5.60
Baked rice pudding, blackberry, raspberry compote £5.60
Seriously Real, local ice-cream, 3 scoops £5.50
Selection of cheese, biscuits, onion marmalade £8.50

Drinks

Birra Moretti, Heineken (4.6%)

Birra Moretti is a quality beer made in the traditional way. It is the result of a production process that has remained almost unchanged since 1859.

Amstel, Heineken (4.1%)

Our classic, golden Amstel Beer, with its very distinctive and mildly bitter taste, has over the years become well known beyond the borders of its native country.

Foster's, Heineken (4.0%)

A pleasant, fruity, lighter-styled quaffing lager

Hop House 13 Lager, Guinness (5.0%)

Hop House 13 is a double-hopped lager made with Irish barley and aromatic hops

Guinness Draught, Guinness (4.1%)

Guinness is an Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James's Gate, Dublin. Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide.

Boltmaker, Timothy Taylor's (4.0%)

A well-balanced, genuine Yorkshire Bitter, with a full measure of maltiness and hoppy aroma – Boltmaker is first choice for the discerning drinker – on both sides of the Pennines.

Young’s Bitter, Young & Co.'s Brewery PLC (3.7%)

Young’s Bitter shares the heritage of 175 years of brewing expertise. Today Young’s Bitter one of the fastest growing standard cask beers in England and Wales.

Heritage XX, Firebird Brewing Company (4%)

An amber beer with a fresh, hoppy aroma and a full bodied and satisfying taste with a lingering and pleasant bitterness.

Hazy Hog, Hogs Back Brewery (5.0%)

A full flavoured cider made traditionally by adding back the bittersweet apple juice at the end of the oak barrel fermentation, which creates the Cidre Doux style of Brittany/Normandy.

Stowford Press, Westons Cider (4.5%)

At 4.5% ABV Stowford Press is a sparkling medium dry cider which has built its popularity on its premium taste and quality