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The Spitfire Pub & Kitchen
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The Spitfire Pub & Kitchen

British, Eat & Drink

Dishes priced around£12


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Browse the menu highlights at The Spitfire Pub & Kitchen 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 The Spitfire Pub & Kitchen. 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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Cheesy button mushroom bruschetta vg

Sautéed then tossed with double cream, mozzarella, Taw Valley Cheddar and Stilton®

Prawn & calamari duo

Crispy coated prawns and panko-breadcrumbed calamari sticks, with lemon mayo.

Southern-fried chicken goujons

With a deliciously sticky BBQ sauce.




Beef and pork mince with smoked bacon in a rich red wine ragù, served with garlic bread and a dressed side salad with soya beans.

Sticky pork belly burger

Beef burger topped with tender pieces of pork belly, coated in a sweet chilli sauce, with a melted cheese slice and crispy streaky bacon, burger sauce and ketchup.

Mixed grill

Rump steak, horseshoe gammon, chicken breast, Cumberland sausage, chicken wings, black pudding, fried free-range egg and peas.



Crumble of the day vg

Served with custard, cream or vanilla ice cream.

Millionaire’s puddle pudding vg

Soft chocolate sponge filled with caramel sauce and topped with a biscuit crumb, served with vanilla ice cream and Belgian chocolate sauce.

Cheese plate vg

A selection of British cheeses served with black grapes, caramelised red onion chutney and water biscuits.


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