Kidderminster pub launches Worcestershire Tapas menu

The award-winning King & Castle pub at the Severn Valley Railway’s Kidderminster station has unveiled an exciting new food offering, starring its very own Worcestershire take on tapas.

Main course dishes include ‘pub grub’, such as Batham’s beer-battered fish and triple-cooked chips, steak and local ale pie and slow-braised beef lasagne, and customers will also have the chance to sample a selection of Worcestershire-inspired tapas dishes priced at £10 for three.

Included in the range are potato skins with Worcester Gold cheddar cheese, flame-cooked chicken wings and Worcestershire-reared beef chilli bon bons.

The menu has been created by the heritage railway’s executive head chef, Lucy Kelly. She said:

“I wanted to make sure there’s something for everyone, from those with a big appetite to those who fancy something a little lighter.

“I’ve sourced ingredients locally, as far as possible, and concentrated on providing great value for money.

“There are some fabulous deals such as a pint and a cob, or a pint and a home-baked pork pie. I’ve also included dishes to appeal to vegetarians and vegans, including mixed bean chilli as a main dish, and buffalo cauliflower in the tapas selection.”

The King & Castle is open from 11am on Thursdays, Friday and Saturdays and 12 noon on Wednesdays and Sundays. The ever-popular roast dinners continue to be served on Sundays, at two for £20, and the pub serves a range of local beers, ales and ciders.


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