Our pub classics menu choices can safely be said to be of acknowledged excellence
There is a very good reason why certain Wetherspoon menu choices are listed as pub classics. menu choices are listed as pub classics. Definition of a classic (noun.) – an item judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality; outstanding of its kind; of the first class; of acknowledged excellence.
Among the Wetherspoon pub classics (available from 2 November) are two absolutely classic dishes: NEW bangers and mash (as well as NEW vegetarian bangers and mash), along with NEW steak & kidney pudding.
All meal choices from the pub classics range include a soft or alcoholic drink* as part of the price.
Also from November, the NEW Wetherspoon ‘afternoon deal’ will be available on all pub classics and small pub classics (range of smaller meal sizes), offering even greater value for money, from Monday to Friday, between 2pm and 5pm. See the menu at your local pub or ask at the bar for details and prices.
Bangers and mash has been a firm favourite since time immemorial and continues, all year round, to be an ever-popular heart-warming meal with customers. This great British dish is a bang-on pub classic and, during the colder months, becomes the ultimate in comfort food.
The meal is served with three succulent Lincolnshire sausages, a good helping of Maris Piper mashed potato, garden peas and gravy.
It is also available as a vegetarian option, served with three Quorn™ sausages.
The prime meat premium pork Lincolnshire sausages, as well as the vegetarian option and regional variations, offer a filling meal.
Another great British pub classic is steak & kidney pudding, served with peas and gravy, as well as your choice of chips or mashed potato. As with the bangers and mash, and all pub classics, the meal price also includes a soft or alcoholic drink*.
A silver award-winner at the British Pie Awards, Wetherspoon’s steak & kidney pudding (English and Welsh pubs) combines prime cuts of British beef steak and kidney in a rich, meaty sauce, encased in a traditional steamed suet pudding shell.
Also among the pub classics are five-bean chilli; sausages, chips and beans; vegan sausages, chips and beans; all-day brunch; vegetarian all-day brunch; Wiltshire cured ham, eggs and chips; freshly battered cod† and chips; Whitby breaded scampi.
Enjoy an absolute pub classic meal at Wetherspoon, today.
A family-owned business, Loughnane’s of Galway supplies the pork sausages to our pubs across the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
Made with 100 per cent Irish pork, only ever fresh and from qualityassured farms, the quality sausages from Loughnane’s of Galway are made with only natural ingredients and using traditional Irish recipes.
Founded by Seán Loughnane, who had been in the retail butchering business all his life, the butcher’s shop was set up in 1975, when he moved to Galway.
Now owned and run by brothers Daire and Eoin Loughnane, the company is one of Ireland’s largest and most experienced (four generations) sausage producers.
It has been supplying Wetherspoon for more than seven years.
Mash Direct, based near Comber, in County Down, supplies all of our mashed potato for Wetherspoon’s meals at pubs across the UK and the Republic of Ireland, as
well as swede (neeps) for our Scottish pubs’ haggis, neeps and tatties (including for Burns’ week).
The Hamilton family has been farming the land around Strangford Lough since the 1800s, with Jack Hamilton being its sixth-generation farmer and the current director of Mash Direct. The crops are grown on the Hamilton farm, perfectly located for minimum frost, owing to its salty sea air.
The vegetables are then steam cooked and prepared on the farm and have been delivered to Wetherspoon for the past decade.
Wrights Food Group
One of the UK’s leading food manufacturers, Cheshire-based Wrights Food Group is now supplying its award-winning steak & kidney puddings to Wetherspoon.
In 1926, the company began with just a humble meat & potato pie, when John James Wright started providing quality, wholesome food for the ordinary working people of
Stoke-on-Trent. Still a family business to this day, Wrights Food Group is guided by Peter Wright, the founder’s great-grandson, although the company, with 570 employees, now operates from its state-ofthe-art manufacturing facilities and distribution centre.
It supplies a wide range of savoury and sweet products to the UK hospitality sector, as well as to 26 overseas export markets.
† Haddock in Scotland.