The Pheasant At Keyston
The Pheasant
Keyston,
Huntingdon,
Cambridgeshire.
PE28 0RE

  • Good pub guide award 2019
  • Good pub guide award 2016
  • Good pub guide award 2014
  • Good pub guide 2014

Set Sunday Lunch Menu


Sunday 13th October 2019

APERITIFS
Devaux, Grande Réserve. Champagne £9.90
Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry, Ca' di Alte £6.90 Bellini or Kir Royal £7.50
TioPepe, Gonzales Byass £4.50 Large Bloody Mary £7.95 Malbec bubbles £7.50
Harrington Gin Cocktail £8.50 Harrington Elderflower Gin with Prosecco £7.50
Harrington Rhubarb Gin with tonic £5.75


NIBBLES
Potato crisps £1.95 Olives £2.95 Fried broad beans £1.95 Cardamom cashews £2.95

Why not try a selection of 3 nibbles for £10.95
Crackling with crab apple jelly £3.95 Merguez sausages with sweet chili jam £3.95
Ham hock croquettes with herb mayonnaise £3.95 Tempura prawns with Asian dipping sauce £3.95
Devilled whitebait with aioli £3.95 Fish croquettes with wild rocket pesto £3.95

Set 3 course menu £26.00 per person
Smaller portions for children - £19.00 for children up to 12 years (3 courses)

STARTERS
Spiced butternut squash soup with crème fraiche, coriander, pickled ginger
and sesame oil
Cow’s curd, pickled grape, apple and pecan nut salad with damson dressing
Game terrine with piccalilli and granary toast
Roast wood pigeon with confit potato, braised red cabbage, Crown prince squash
and crab apple jelly
Treacle cured salmon with baby watercress, potato salad, pickled shallots, capers and
wild rocket pesto
Smoked pollock chowder with potato, leek, celery, flat parsley and soda bread

MAIN COURSES
Saffron risotto with beetroot, cavolo nero, celeriac, red onion relish and parmesan
Roast Scotch beef with roast potatoes, broccoli, Yorkshire pudding, horseradish
sauce and gravy
Roast leg of Cornish lamb with roast potatoes, leek fondue, confit garlic, mint sauce and gravy
Roast leg of free-range pork with roast potatoes, beetroot, root vegetable mash, Bramley apple, rhubarb and blackberry compote and gravy
Pan-fried spiced fishcake with spinach, cockle and tarragon cream
Grilled skate fillet with coconut basmati, tender-stem broccoli, cauliflower puree, curried mussels and coriander

All served with cauliflower cheese and braised red cabbage

Choose any pudding or cheese from the pudding menu

Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements and we will be happy to advise.
Vegetarian option- if you like to see other options than the vegetarian main dish described above, then please ask. The chef is very happy to suggest alternative dishes.
Children- smaller portions of the menu or please ask for alternative dishes

We are closed on Sunday evenings and Mondays (open Bank Holiday lunchtimes). We have a set lunch and early supper menu Tuesday to Friday; £14.95 2 courses, £19.95 for 3 courses.


CHEESE from the UK’s British cheese specialist, Neal’s Yard Dairy.
All four, or your choice; served with walnut bread, water biscuits and crab apple jelly
Blue – Cambridge blue (Cambridgeshire)
Washed – St James (Cumbria)
Goats – Brightwell Ash (Oxfordshire)
Hard – Sparkenhoe – aged red Leicester (Leicester)
PORT (50ml / bottle)
964 ADNAMS SELECTION RESERVE RUBY PORT £4 / £30
Sourced from the long established port house of Skeffington, now part of Taylors.
Soft, rich and packed with jammy-rich red flavours. Cockle- warming and moreish
969 10 YR OLD TAWNY PORT, Graham’s (served cool) £5.50 / £39.50
10 years in barrel: gentle, soft, delicate
978 1997 VINTAGE PORT, Quinto do Infantado £7 / £65
A lesser-known house but absolutely top quality; and a good vintage


PUDDINGS (+ suggested sweet wine by the glass)
Sticky toffee pudding with butterscotch sauce and vanilla ice cream (wine 918)
Rhubarb and ginger Bakewell tart with vanilla custard (wine 908)
Baked apricot cheesecake with burnt orange purtee and chocolate ice cream (wine 920)
Praline rice pudding condé with glazed banana and mixed spice ice cream (wine 920)
Dark chocolate nemesis with garden mint ice cream and blackberry compote (wine 959)
Homemade ice-creams: vanilla; garden mint; chocolate
Or sorbets; apricot; lemon and lime; rhubarb; 3 scoops, any flavours
Or try our 'Affogato': one scoop of vanilla ice cream with luscious PX Sherry
SWEET WINE (50ml / bottle)
LIGHT STYLE
900 2014 PINK MOSCATO, Innocent Bystander. Australia - / £12.95 half bottle
Lightly sparkling, fresh and aromatic. Frivolous and fun.
908 2014 CORDON CUT, Mt Horrocks. Clare Valley, Australia £7.95 / £39 half bottle
Late harvest and partially dried Riesling grapes; very ripe but very fresh
MEDIUM-BODIED
918 2009 LE COLOMBARE, Pieropan. Recioto di Soave, Italy £6.95 / £39.50 50cl bottle
Garganega grapes air-dried for concentration. Subtle intensity.
920 2010 Chateau LAVILLE. Sauternes £7.95 / £33 half bottle
Classic example – honeyed and complex. Decanter Magazine Gold Medal.
RICH and INTENSE
959 5 year old JUSTINO’S Reserve. Madeira £5.50 / £45 full bottle
Aged and matured in oak casks. Full bodied and rich with mellowed robust character
953 PEDRO XIMENEZ, El Candado, Valdespino. Sherry £5.00 / £39 full bottle
The stickiest of stickies. Liquid raisins; extraordinarily luscious

COFFEE (‘Bella Barista’s ‘Furnace and Flue’- Mixture of Peruvian, El Salvador, Ethiopian coffee beans) – Espresso, Single macchiato - £2.25;
Americano, De-caff, Cappuccino, Latte, Double espresso, Double macchiato - £2.90;
LIQUEUR COFFEE £6.95; ESPRESSO MARTINI £8.95
HOT CHOCOLATE £2.95
TEA English breakfast; Peppermint; Fresh mint; Earl Grey; Green tea; Rooibos (no caffeine); Chamomile; Superfruit; All £2.75
HOMEMADE TRUFFLES 95p each
Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements and we will be happy to advice