The new Spring menu has arrived in Fuller’s pubs


Pubs are back open and the Spring/Summer menu has launched across Fuller's pubs. Here are some of the new dishes you can try when you next visit.

Whether it’s a casual catch up over lunch, special occasion celebrations or a relaxing family meal, our new menus have something for everyone and we can’t wait for you to try them. As Spring turns to Summer, we look forward to the delicious ingredients that this season has to offer. While each pub’s menu is slightly different, there are similarities with the dishes and ingredients used.

Fuller’s Kitchen is a sub-brand of Fuller’s that’s responsible for the talented chefs and food offering in 200 of Fuller’s managed pubs. Each pub with a Fuller’s Kitchen uses seasonal ingredients sourced from Fuller’s hand-picked British suppliers, which are delivered fresh to the pubs each day. Fuller’s chefs then have the freedom to put their own stamp on every dish, which is why you will see the head chef's signature dish on every menu.

Here's the list of pubs open from 12 April


Here's a taste of some of the delicious dishes you can tuck into this Spring...   


As well as the classic dishes you’d expect to see on a Fuller’s menu, such as burgers, pies and traditional fish and chips, there are plenty of new seasonal dishes to try this Spring that cater to all tastes and occasions. 


Light and sweet, crab burgers are perfect summer food. One of the Signature menu items is crispy soft shell crab burger with guacamole, sweet soy, green chilli and mango mayonnaise, served with triple cooked chips. Another fish dish is Devonshire crab cake, served with bok choy, n’djua and brown crab custard.


A light dish that's packed full of flavour is the grilled aubergine with piquillo pepper, toasted almonds and croutons, served with a Zhoug burnt aubergine salad.


There are three new lamb dishes on the menu if you're looking for something warm and hearty. Choose from Dorset Texel lamb neck fillet with pomme Anna, purple sprouting broccoli and roasted shallots, accompanied by a lamb pan jus or a Dorset Texel lamb neck fillet, served with Zhoug, burnt aubergine and fregola salad. There's also Spring lamb rack, served with courgette, anchovy and black olive duxelle and creamed potato.


Another new addition to the menu is one of the ultimate comfort foods, Norfolk corn-fed chicken Kiev, served with chicory, Isle of Wight tomato, Wykham Park Farm asparagus and hazelnut salad.


Few things come close to the joy of steak and chips. Choose from a 28oz Chalcroft Farm rib of beef, served with roast garlic and vine tomatoes, tripple cooked chips and peppercorn sauce. Or surf and turf with the option of adding a grilled lobster to your plate



If you're looking for a quick lunch or something a little lighter, we've got you covered. There are two new rolls on the menu - get your claws into either the lobster, celeriac and apple roll, or the crispy squid, aioli and jalapeno roll, both served with a side of skin-on fries. Other small plates include Keen’s Cheddar and stout rarebit, beef brisket with slow poached Lycroft Farm egg and watercress, and Crispy Norfolk chicken wings, served with Anatolian chilli salsa.


The perfect end to any meal.Our menus boast a great selection of Summer desserts. Takes on classic puds include, Rum Baba and Chantilly cream, passion fruit Pavlova, salted caramel tart with pecan praline, Earl Grey prunes and whipped cream and of course Paul's chocolate brownie served with Laverstoke Park Farm salted ice cream.



Some more mouthwatering desserts include Valhrona caramelia mousse, served with hazelnut choux, 100’s & 1000’s and salted caramel, Craquelin profiterole, crème patisserie and chocolate sauce, or English egg custard tart with rhubarb crème patisserie.



Find a pub to try some of the new new dishes. We recommend visiting the pub's website before booking a table to check the menus and availability. Be sure to tag @fullers on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to let us know what you think. 

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