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New Spring Summer Menu

The sun’s finally made an appearance and the roof is down in Kingly Court, which can only mean one thing – it’s time for our…

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Brief history of the humble Scotch Egg

We all know what a scotch egg is but did you know it’s actually thought to have only been around for less than 300 years!…

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What came first, the chicken or the Easter egg?

It’s widely known that Easter is a celebration of Christ’s reincarnation, but this holiday also has pagan origins that have withstood Christianity. Eggs, bunnies and…

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Why is free range better?

We love happy chickens, which is why all our chickens and eggs are free range. But there’s more to free range than just happy chickens.

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Black Pudding – the Marmite of the sausage world

Black pudding is definitely the Marmite of the sausage world, you either love it or hate it! Whichever side of the fence you…

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Brunch Time @ Whyte & Brown

Free range eggs cooked exactly how you like them.  Chicken breakfast sausage or bacon bap.  Hearty porridge or breakfast trifle.  Or treat yourself to the…

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Hearty New Year from Whyte and Brown

January is the month for wholesome, hearty comfort food – to warm you up in the cold weather and brighten up the short days.  Join…

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Who Turned On First – Carnaby Street, Regent St, or Oxford St?

Answer: Regent Street. Regent Street began the tradition of lighting up for Christmas in 1954, followed by Oxford Street in 1959 (thanks Wikipedia). This year,…

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Halloween Which Came First … Frankenstein or Dracula?

Frankenstein featured in the novel written by Mary Shelley about eccentric scientist Victor Frankenstein, who creates a…

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