At The Buck Inn we serve a mix of dishes. Some are local hearty home cooked dishes made fresh using ingredients from our doorstep, these dishes are often changing as different meats & ingredients come into season.
We also serve a range of German dishes. Our German ingredients are imported direct from Germany itself using the same suppliers as the German Embassy in London. These are complimented by our huge selection of German beers on tap and wines.
Home made soup of the day
with crunchy bread.
Black pudding, crispy bacon and a port and redcurrant sauce.
Pan fried garlic and chilli king prawns served on a bed of dressed salad.
Goats cheese (v)
Sesame seeded grilled goats cheese set on dressed salad with balsamic glaze and our own pickled golden and red beetroot.
Local pork sausages served with mashed potato and baked beans.
Home made spatzle served in a tomato sauce with grated cheese and garlic bread.
Local home made beef burger with hand cut chips.
Breaded chicken strips served with skinny fries and garden peas.
We import our traditional German ingredients from the Country itself using the same suppliers as The German Embassy in London. That’s what makes our dishes truly authentic.
Perfectly accompanied by Beer: Hofbrau Original
German Pork & Veal meatloaf served on mashed potato & topped with a fried egg accompanied by cider & apple braised sauerkraut, red cabbage & onion gravy.
Meatloaf popular in Bavaria is known as leberkase ‘liver-cheese’ although the recipe contains neither! It is a combination of ground minced meats traditionally ground twice daily before adding the spices and herbs and forming into a loaf and baking.
Perfectly accompanied by Beer: Dortmunder Union Pils
A North Yorkshire Pork Chop cured here at The Buck Inn before being slow braised in cider & apple sauerkraut served with mashed potato, red cabbage & onion gravy
“Kasseler Pork” first began in 1880 with a Butcher in Germany named Cassel. By Curing & smoking the pork the moisture was drawn out to preserve the meat. It remains a popular dish in Germany due to its distinctive flavour.
Bread crumbed chicken Schnitzel with a creamy mushroom & pepper sauce served with your choice of spaetzle or skinny fries & a dressed salad.
In 867 AD Kaiser Basileios decided he wanted his meat coated in sheets of gold. The wealthy at the time decided to follow suit but as it soon became fairly expensive a cheaper alternative was sourced in ‘golden’ bread crumbs. Many variations are found all across Germany.
Teesdale slow cooked beef goulash in Port & red wine with spaetzle egg noodles
Goulash in Bavaria is often made with a mix of beef & pork and often served as a soup
Spaetzle (home made german egg noodles) stirred into a wild mushroom & three cheese sauce & served with a dressed salad
Slow roasted crispy belly pork served with mashed potato, sauerkraut, red cabbage and a cider & thyme sauce
Pan roasted salmon fillet served with mediterranean cous cous, basil pesto & a dressed salad
Beer battered fresh North Sea Cod served with hand cut chips & peas
Open short crust pastry case brimming with slow cooked pie filling and served with seasonal vegetables and mashed potato
Chilli & garlic King prawns on a bed of dressed salad & new potatoes
Wasabi & sesame encrusted grilled goat cheese on a dressed beetroot salad and roasted new potatoes
Lean steak burger minced on premises topped with smokey bacon and yorkshire cheddar cheese served with home made chutney, hand cut chips & a dressed salad
12oz Grand reserve sirloin steak served with grilled tomato & mushrooms, hand cut chips, a dressed side salad & a creamy pepper sauce
20oz Grand reserve T-bone steak with grilled tomato & mushrooms, hand cut chips, a dressed side salad & a creamy pepper sauce
Delicious Belgian Waffle topped with lashings of home made toffee sauce and a scoop of ice cream
We also have a selection of cakes and slices available on the bar, WITH OUR CREAM TEA AND FESTIVE AFTERNOON TEA CHOICES.
NB If you suffer from any allergies please inform a member of staff before ordering. We can not guarantee that our food is free of the 12 main allergens.