Winter Kitchen Opening Times
Monday - Thursday...6pm-8pm
Friday - Saturday...12pm - 5pm & 5:30pm-9pmSunday...12pm - 5pm & 5:30pm - 8pm
We are pround to announce the introduction of our brand new grill menu from the 1st of December 2014.
We are particularly excited about this development and cant wait to get our brand new chargrill fired up and put our plans into action! We believe that the introduction of the grill, combined with the unique taste of our 'home smoked' produce will really set us apart and give you an unrivalled dining experience in west cumbria
We are about casual dining. We want you to feel that you can relax and enjoy yourselves whilst eating at the scees and we feel that our friendly and informal approach will allow you to do just that. Children and Dogs are more than welcome and we are happy to take parties of all types. To avoid dissapointment we do reccommend booking in advance as we can get very busy at times.
The lakeland produce that we use in our menu is of the finest quality and includes a selection of 'home smoked' fish and cheeses. Our meat is 'bred & fed' in cumbria, is all red tractor accredited and we can even tell you which farm it comes from! Our menu tries to offer something different in the lakes whilst still bringing some traditional favourites and pub classics to the table.
Please feel free to ask us any questions about our menu or produce. We love our food and want you to love it too!!
A taste of what's to come... examples of dishes from each section of our new menu
Potted screes smokehouse mackerel with beetroot & horseradish chutney
Fresh scottish mussels in garlic cream and white wine
Chargrilled haloumi kebab with mediterranian cous cous
Antipasti board... todays selection of cured meats with cornichons, balsamic onions, olives, sweet peppadew peppers and rustic croutes
Poached pear, lancashire blue cheese and walnut salad
The screes classic...6oz handmade steak burger
Black and Blue...black beans, soya beans and blue cheese burger
10oz sirloin steak
8oz fillet steak
served with grilled tomato, panfried mushrooms and english watercress
maybe you would like your steak rubbed with a specially bleneded spice mix such as mexican, cajun or chinese. you could also add a sauce or even a king prawn skewer.
Cider and maple glazed pork loin steak
Lemon and black peppered swordfish steak
Six hour braised lamb shank in a port and mint gravy
Scottish salmon steak roasted with sea salt, lemon and black pepper
Classic moules and frittes with lemon mayonnaise