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Restaurants
London
Piccadilly
St James Tavern
St James Tavern Menu

St James Tavern

British, Drinks

Dishes priced around£12

4.5/6

2 reviews

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Menu from St James Tavern

Browse the menu highlights at St James Tavern 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 St James Tavern. Besides the flavours, you can even check out the prices at this popular spot. Mmmm, we're getting hungry already...

Menu highlights

Includes dishes that are:

Vegetarian

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Desserts

Baked Cheesecake

Creamy vanilla-flavour cheesecake on an oaty biscuit base, accompanied with strawberries and vanilla ice cream

£6.00
Salted Caramel Bites

With chocolate-flavoured sauce

£2.95
Sticky Toffee Pudding

Served warm with either custard, cream, or ice cream with fresh strawberry garnish

£6.00
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Mains

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Fish & Chips

Hand-battered cod fillet, chips, your choice of garden or mushy peas and tartare sauce

£13.50
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Cheese and Bacon Burger

A soft glazed bun filled with iceberg lettuce, burger sauce, chopped gherkin and onion and a British beef rib steak burger topped with a burger cheese slice, honey-glazed bacon and tomato ketchup, served with fries and BBQ sauce

£13.00
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Mac n Cheese

Creamy macaroni cheese topped with extra cheese and grilled for extra gooeyness, served with artisan garlic bread

£10.00
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Starters

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BBQ Chicken Wings

Crispy fried chicken wings with a BBQ dip

£6.50
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Panko-Coated Calamari

Panko-coated squid sticks with garlic mayonnaise and lemon

£6.75
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Mini Baked Camembert

Baked Camembert with a red onion marmalade, served with toasted artisan bread

£7.75

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