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New Totley
Cross Scythes Totley
Cross Scythes Totley Menu

Cross Scythes Totley

British, Eat & Drink

Dishes priced around£16

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Menu from Cross Scythes Totley

Browse the menu highlights at Cross Scythes Totley and explore the popular dishes people are craving! From starters to something sweet, take a look at what’s in store when you book a table at Cross Scythes Totley. Besides the flavours, you can even check out the prices at this popular spot. Mmmm, we're getting hungry already...

Menu highlights

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Glazed Chicken Skewers

Tender grilled chicken marinated in a mango, chilli & pineapple dressing, served with roasted peppers and rocket leaves.

King Prawn Cocktail

Succulent king prawns in a smoked salmon & chive mayo, served with soft bloomer bread and butter.

Smoked Chicken & Red Onion Marmalade Terrine

Served with lightly toasted bloomer bread and caramelised onion chutney.



Beef Pie of the Day

Delicious pie filling topped with golden pastry, served with buttery chivemashed potato, glazed seasonal veg and a rich beef gravy

Duck Breast

Served with crushed baby potatoes, roasted peppers, sweet & sour red onion, rocket leaves and a mango, chilli & pineapple dressing.

Sea Bass & Prawns with Almond Pesto Cream

Grilled sea bass and tender prawns in a creamy almond pesto sauce, served with crushed baby potatoes, spinach and rocket leaves.



Bread & Butter Pudding Fingers (V)

Crispy fried bread & butter pudding fingers served with a sumptuous salted caramel sauce and a jug of creamy custard for dipping.

Chocolate Fudge Cake (V)

A chocoholic’s delight, served with vanilla ice cream.

Eton Mess Sundae (V)

Fresh strawberries, vanilla ice cream and crisp broken meringue with tangy raspberry coulis, all topped with cream.


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