Holbeach, Lincolnshire (PRWEB UK) 30 October 2013
The Bull’s Neck, a new gastropub based in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, is a breath of fresh air in a county not known for its gourmet credentials.
It is a beautiful old coaching inn which was closed for two years before owner David Coulam-Kelsall spotted it and decided to restore it to its former glory.
David said, “I viewed it in February and I felt sad seeing this gorgeous-looking pub just falling apart like the Titanic at the bottom of the sea, such a waste! It was a very well-known pub for food many moons ago and I am hoping to make it even better than before.”
The Bull’s Neck serves traditional, excellent food; has creative, imaginative menus and boasts a great wine list. David is sourcing his ingredients as locally as possible and is even having his own pigs bred. He has put together a fantastic menu full of mouth-watering dishes such as seared scallops, steaks, and homemade Bull’s Neck burgers with cheese, bacon, special relish and chunky chips.
Prices range from £8 to £20 for main courses. Sunday lunch is £8.95 for one course, £10.95 for two courses and £12.95 for three courses.
David said, “I invested so much energy, life and crazy style to revive this local pub for everyone to enjoy. Pubs are a dying breed but invaluable to the community. I can’t wait to see everyone down there!”
The Bull’s Neck is taking bookings for Christmas parties at £14.95 per head and Christmas day at £47.50 per head however be warned, it’s filling up fast!