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Mothers' Day Lunch in Brixham - 18th March

PUBLISHED: 20:51 03 March 2012 | UPDATED: 21:09 20 February 2013

Mothers' Day Lunch in Brixham - 18th March

Mothers' Day Lunch in Brixham - 18th March

Why not treat Mum with a trip to Brixham's picturesque harbour, a walk along the beautiful coast path and Broadsands Beach followed by a special Mothers' Day Lunch at The Weary Ploughman in Churston?

Why not treat Mum with a trip to Brixham's picturesque harbour, a walk along the beautiful coast path and Broadsands Beach followed by a special Mothers' Day Lunch at The Weary Ploughman?


The Weary Ploughman Inn is located on the A3022 main road running between Paignton and Brixham, next to Churston Steam Railway Station.Broadsands Beach and coastal walks are close by and the fishing port of Brixham just 5 minutes drive away.

When sourcingingredients, the Weary Ploughman's Head Chefs first priority is quality, alwaystrying to source freshproduce as locally as possible.

A variety of fish and shellfish is landed at Brixham and mussels usually come from the waters of Torbay or the Rivers Teign or Exe. Much of our beef, lamb, pork and chicken come from West Country farms. Our free-range eggs come from Marldon, just off the Torbay ring-road. Most of our coffee is from Origin Coffee in Cornwall.

Even the beer used to make the Weary Ploughmans renownedBeef & Ale pies is brewed just ten minutes away at the ever-growing Bay's Brewery or from otheracclaimedWestcountry breweries.

The delicious Yarde Farmice creams served comes from this well respectedfamily owned businessin Langage, near Plymouth.



The Weary Ploughman has a special Mothers Day Menu on 18th March


2 courses - 15.95 3 courses - 18.95


Starters

(A basket of bread and butter on your table)

Homemade soup of the day

Smoked chicken & crispy bacon Caesar salad with garlic croutons

Cornish Goats cheese and red onion tartlet with rocket and a balsamic dressing

Wye Valley Smoked salmon and prawn parcels with a lemon and dill dressing & a crispy leaf salad

Tomato & basil bruschetta topped with mozzarella cheese and pesto

Main Courses

Slow roasted West Country topside of beef & Yorkshire pudding with roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables and a rich roast gravy

Roasted Leg of Farmer Phils Blackawton Lamb served with roast potatoes, grilled tomato and seasonal vegetables and rich roast gravy

Honey roast Gammon with toffee apples served with roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables

Pan fried fillet of salmon on herb crushed new potatoes with a white wine & fennel sauce

Garlic, Thyme and green pea risotto topped with rocket and parmesan cheese

Roasted Stuffed pepper topped with melted Cornish brie (v) served with new potatoes and seasonal vegetables




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