Popular pub launches new menu for autumn
PUBLISHED: 19:59 13 November 2018
The White Horse is a gem of a pub, nestled away in a quiet corner of Old Felixstowe. The pub was taken over by Karen Gallimore and her partner Billy Jones in April 2016, and since then both its popularity and its food and drink offering has grown.
This month, the wide variety of delicious food available at the pub is being updated as The White Horse’s new menu is launched. Despite the menu change, the pub still prides itself on the fact that the majority of its meals are home made by its chefs with options for all types of diet, as well as all being great value for money.
For lunch Monday to Saturday from 12pm to 2.30pm, why not tuck into one of The White Horse’s delicious sandwiches or jacket potatoes with one of the many filling choices including cheese, prawn mayonnaise and tuna mayonnaise. There’s also the option of a starter such as home-made soup, duck spring rolls or halloumi chips from as little as £5.75, or if you’re ready for a main meal why not try one of the pub’s larger dishes.
Mains on the pub’s new menu now include pan fried salmon with pak choi and teriyaki sauce, chicken chasseur with creamed mash potato and seasonal vegetables, and chicken or vegetable sizzlers served with either fries or rice and a choice of either sweet chilli, barbeque or Sriracha hot sauce, just to mention a few. But, be sure to save room for dessert too, as there are plenty of tasty dessert options to enjoy up on the pub’s dessert board, including its scrumptious sticky toffee pudding and Belgian chocolate brownie.
The relaxed atmosphere and friendly service at The White Horse is another of the many reasons the pub has become popular with both drinkers and diners. As well as its extensive list of drink options, including finely kept real ales, the pub is also dog friendly with little treats behind the bar for four legged customers too. The White Horse can cater for all sorts of events, such as wakes, christenings, birthday parties, wedding receptions and anniversaries.
It is advisable to book for a meal as the pub can get rather busy at weekends, especially on Sundays with the pub’s delicious roast beef and roast lamb dinners which are subject to availability.