Easter Weekend

16th - 17th April 2022

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Afternoon Tea

With an Easter twist

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Is there anyone who doesn't look forward to the long Easter weekend? It may be a few weeks later this year, but better late than never! Here at Blandy's Bistro, bar and restaurant we'll be tailoring our afternoon dining and Sunday roast experiences in keeping with the seasonal Easter theme. 

Grab your favourite people and book a table to dine with us this Easter. Whether you feast on our Easter roast dinner or indulge in an Easter afternoon tea, our Head Chef promises fresh, seasonal food in a grand and beautiful venue.

Our Easter Menus at Blandy's

EASTER SUNDAY LUNCH MENU

SUNDAY 17TH APRIL 2022
12NOON - 2PM

Two courses: £26.50 per person

Three courses: £32.00 per person

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MENU
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STARTERS
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Roast carrot and honey soup, toasted bloomer and butter (V)
Pork and chorizo scotch egg, harissa mayonnaise and baby cress salad
Salt and pepper squid, lemon aioli and baby watercress

ROASTS
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Slow roast leg of lamb
Roast beef sirloin
Pan seared chicken breast


All roasts are served with roast potatoes, Spiced carrots, cauliflower cheese, buttered green and Yorkshire pudding with red wine jus

FISH
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Pan-seared swordfish, tender stem broccoli, garlic roasted potatoes and soft herb veloute

DESSERTS
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Chocolate and salt caramel tart with vanilla bean ice cream
Lemon fool with gingerbread crumb and white chocolate
Rhubarb and apple compote, almond crumble and clotted cream
Selection of ice creams and sorbet
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Two courses: £26.50 per person

Three courses: £32.00 per person

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(V) Vegetarian | (VG) Vegan | (GF) Gluten Free | (N) Contains Nuts
Please advise our staff of any allergies or special dietary requirements. Food is prepared in a traditional kitchen and may contain traces of nuts. We can help identify suitable dishes for you and provide a list of all dishes containing allergens.

EASTER AFTERNOON TEA MENU

SATURDAY 16TH AND SUNDAY 17TH APRIL 2022
2.30PM - 4.30PM

£25.95 per person

Add a glass of Prosecco for £5

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MENU
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CHEFS SELECTION OF SANDWICHES & SAVOURY
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A selection of finger sandwiches
- Roast beef and horseradish
- Smoked salmon and cream cheese
- Egg and truffle mayonnaise
- Classic cucumber

FRESHLY BAKED HOMEMADE SCONES
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Freshly baked fruit scones
Served with jam and clotted cream 

SELECTION OF HOMEMADE CAKES
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Classic carrot cake with toasted walnuts

Hot cross bun with salted butter

Chocolate brownie with milk chocolate mousse

Mini lemon tart

Apple and rhubarb crumble pots
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£25.95 per person

Add a glass of Prosecco for £5

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(V) Vegetarian | (VG) Vegan | (GF) Gluten Free | (N) Contains Nuts
Please advise our staff of any allergies or special dietary requirements. Food is prepared in a traditional kitchen and may contain traces of nuts. We can help identify suitable dishes for you and provide a list of all dishes containing allergens.

 

Private dining

Our talented Head Chef and our meticulous team are experienced in delivering an impeccable standard of food, customer service and professionalism to any event, whether it’s a business function, birthday celebration or a family gathering for Easter Sunday lunch.

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Gift vouchers

Treat someone to a restaurant gift voucher for Blandy's and share an afternoon tea experience or an evening three-course meal in the beautiful, luxurious setting. Blandy's Gift Vouchers are available in experiential and monetary denominations so you can tailor your gift to perfectly suit the recipient.

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Read more on our Blandy's food blog

Hot cross buns recipe

Looking for a classic recipe? You can't go wrong with hot cross buns! Just follow our step-by-step guide to creating your perfect hot cross buns.

Easter Wordsearch

Just for fun, try our Easter-themed Wordsearch. Can you find the hidden word?