pub grub

pub grub

n
(Cookery) informal food served in a pub
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The menu offers traditional pub grub like fish and chips with mushy peas and bread and butter and sausage and mash with caramelised onion gravy, for PS5.95 - or two dishes for PS9.95.
Hungry Horse pubs in Chester and Ellesmere Port are looking for customers to drink beer, eat pub grub and watch sports - AND get paid for the privilege.
IF you've got the gift of the gab and like nothing more than enjoying a drink in your local and tucking into some hearty pub grub, a vacancy has become available that should be right up your street, A Gateshead pub has launched a search for the UK's first ever 'Pub-licist' and is encouraging locals to apply for the coveted role - which will include drinking beer and catching up with friends.
The pub grub is simple but effective too, with a tasty selection of toasties, pies, wraps, baked potatoes and burgers.
Their PS28.93 pub grub meal - Their PS28.93 pub grub meal - paid for by the 55-year-old music paid for by the 55-year-old music - mogul - was a far cry from the posh - mogul - was a far cry from the posh places Cowell normally dines in.
The group has also worked to improve pub grub and help get the best supply deals.
PUB grub quality is on the rise, according to a new Michelin guide.
So he goes to a pub and pays PS35 for two meals and drinks then complains about the fact that he was served pub grub. No doubt if he had been served up an artistically presented prawn on a wafer thin toast surrounded by a foam of seafood sauce and charged PS100 for the privilege he would have given the Black Eagle an emphatic five stars.
We'd heard good things about the Bay Horse at Great Broughton, so my other half and I decided to sample some proper pub grub for a change.
McGehee had envisioned opening a European-style pub with higher quality food than the usual bar food or pub grub, a concept he called a gastropub.