Posted on 5th October 2016

Game Season At The Jugged Hare

Game Season At The Jugged Hare

On the streets of London, the fact that it’s game season probably doesn’t mean that much to you, but it should, it’s a chance to enjoy some of the best produce Britain has to offer, luckily The Jugged Hare is ensuring that even us Londoners can get involved. 

The gastro pub is dedicated to enthusing and educating its diners about game and this season their authorial stamp on the season will not be challenged due to an extensive line up of dishes (Game Bomb), specials (squirrel) and activities (Gourmet Game Suppers).

As well as a season-long menu there will also be transient specials which cannot be missed. Examples of dishes available on the permanent menu will be Game offal and pig’s blood cobbler and woodcock. If you can’t possibly choose one game focused dish, Mixed Whole Game Bird Boards can be devoured to satisfy all your fancies. Throughout October, squirrel will be in and out of the kitchen, braised and in the form of croquettes, while in November the focus shifts to the pheasant. Bound to capture attention will be the Finger Lickin’ Pheasant Bucket; game seasons fast food. Eight pieces of pheasant fried in the Jugged Hare’s secret recipe coating served with hand-cut chips and coleslaw.

Other activities going on will include Game Curry Tuesday’s, Game Gourmet Dinners and Masterclasses. The Jugged Hare, it’s safe to say has got game season covered; game?     

www.thejuggedhare.com

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