pub grub

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pub grub

n
(Cookery) informal food served in a pub
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The pub will focus on 'top quality, value for money pub food.'.
As well as the interior of the pub, there will be an overhaul of the menu with traditional pub food served with a modern twist.
"Yes we will serve food, but it'll be pub food, and the emphasis is on sitting down with a craft beer or a nice glass of wine, rather than a three course dinner."
The Penny Farthing serves good quality pub food in a family-friendly environment.
Bosses hope it will become the hub of the community, offering a wide range of pub food alongside a varied and extensive drinks menu.
There are also five dining areas offering good pub food, as well as afternoon tea and Sunday lunch and a private room for up to 20 guests - ideal for birthday parties and get-togethers.
The Great Hall will be transformed into an Irish pub, complete with Irish draft beers and traditional pub food. The evening is presented by Mechanics Hall and the Worcester Hibernian Cultural Centre.
Nigel Slater is third and ex-pub chef Tom Kerridge is in the mix with Proper Pub Food in fourth.
TOM KERRIDGE'S PROPER PUB FOOD BBC2, 8.30pm There was once a time when the sole purpose of a pub was to serve its customers the beverage of their choice.
PUB food used to mean crisps, pork scratchings and nuts.