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Peak District Pubs - The Bulls Head - Monyash - Nr Bakewell

     

    The Bulls Head sits in the middle of the village of Monyash. It is an old listed building dating back to the 17th Century, run by the same family for over 20 years.

    We are in the centre of the village just next to the village green. At the Bulls Head you will find good food, real ales and a warm welcome.

    We have a well stocked bar with real ales including, Tetley, Burton Ale and one guest beer such as Black Sheep Special and Hartlington. Lagers include fosters, Carling and Stella. We have two separate dining areas. You can enjoy our extensive lunchtime and evening menu throughout the pub. We also have a games room with a Pool table.

    We pride ourselves on our beers, food and service.

    Children are welcome. Dogs allowed. There is flat access to all areas with easy parking.

    In winter you will receive an extra warm welcome with our log fires.

    At the rear of the pub, we have an extensive b eer garden with a public play area adjacent with slides, swings and climbing frame.

    RESTAURANT
    All our food is home – made using fresh, local quality produce. Our menu can be enjoyed through out the pub. You can enjoy both bar and traditional pub food. We also provide a wide range of snack bar food including sandwiches and filled jacket potatoes.

    We include Vegetarian options and have daily specials.

    We serve food:-
    Monday - Friday
    12.00 – 2.00 pm
    6.30 – 9.00 pm

    Saturday
    12.00 – 2.30 pm
    6.00 – 9.00 pm

    Sunday
    All Day

    An example of our menu:-

    Appetizers
    Soup - Served with a warm home-baked roll and butter
    Pate - A smooth pate served with hot toast and garnished
    Garlic Mushrooms - Button mushrooms filled with garlic butter and deep fried until golden. Served with garlic bread.
    Garlic Prawns - Succulent Norwegian prawns served on a bed of lettuce, smothered in a tangy marie rose sauce.
    Accompanied with brown bread and butter.

    The pub has a pretty beer garden.



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