Pizza, pie and cider restaurant The Stable on John Bright Street has announced a fresh new menu line-up for spring 2017.
The menu update sees the arrival of The Stable’s first house ice-cream, new sharing boards and the return of some old favourites.
New dishes on the menu include:
- Charcuterie and West Country cheese sharing boards
- New jerk chicken and n’duja spiced salami pizzas
- Bulgur wheat and spice-rubbed chicken salad
- Ice-creams (below) and cider sorbet by Devon-based Yarde Farm
- The return of the West Country Porker, a Stable classic topped with Bath Pig chorizo
Stable Executive Chef and co-founder Andy Briggs said:
“Since we launched in 2009 we’ve developed a reputation for our West Country-inspired menu using the best local produce, and our vast range of ciders.
"With the new menu we wanted to capture our forward-thinking spirit and the evolving tastes of our customers, while staying true to our authentic, rustic roots.
"All our sourdough pizza bases are still handmade from scratch, our tomato sauce still made fresh every day - these values are really important to us.”
Tuck-in Tuesday offer still going strong
Something that won’t be changing this spring is the Stable’s popular Tuck in Tuesday deal night.
Every Tuesday, you can choose any selected pizza, plus a side salad and drink for just £10.
Non-gluten ingredient (NGI) and vegan menus are also available.
Our top three highlights
The Big Jerk
The peppery jerk chicken gives this bad boy a real kick. But if you don't mind a bit of spice, the Caribbean-inspired flavours presented on a pizza are irresistible.
An interesting seafood pizza with smoked salmon, smoked mackerel, spinach and mozzarella. Feels a bit healthier maybe? Anyway, who cares - just wolf it down!
Lamb Bam Boogie
You can't beat a good pie. This one contains a hearty mix of lamb, rosemary, garlic potato and honey. The flavours are wam and rich, plus you get an interesting selection of sauces alongside it.
And to wash it all down...
Complete The Stable's holy trinity of pizza, pie and cider with the pleasantly tart Beesting - a medium sweet perry (pear cider) hailing from the orchards of Somerset.
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