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Swan Inn
Swinbrook
Burford
Oxfordshire

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If you try and imagine the most beautiful English Country Pub you could do no better than The Swan at Swinbrook. Two miles east of Burford by a bridge on the River Windrush rest this ancient pub. Attached to the Mill Cottage with the river running through it and right by the most picturesque of Cotswold cricket pitches you could not find a more genuine and timeless location.

The imaginative pub food has gained an extremely good reputation locally - it is a good balance between traditional and modern English cuisine.

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Sample Menu:

Starters

‘SWANS’ MARINATED OLIVES (V) £3.50
With balsamic vinegar, olive oil and fresh country bread

PLUM TOMATO & MOZZARELLA TART (V) £5.95/£11.50
With grilled avocado and a light pesto dressing

MACKEREL salad £5.95/£11.50
With rocket leaves and new potato salad

BRAISED OXTAIL £6.25/£12.00
In a rich red wine jus with fried bread, roasted balsamic beets and
horseradish cream

CARPACCIO OF VENISON £5.95/£11.50
Wafer thin slices of peppered venison fillet with celeriac
and orange remoulade

SWEETBREADS £6.25/£12.00
Pan fried sweetbreads with red chard & cucumber

POTTED SHRIMPS £6.55/£12.50
Potted brown shrimps in creamy spiced butter with brown toast and
caramelised lemon

Main Courses

SIRLOIN OR FILLET STEAK BÉARNAISE SAUCE £14.95/£18.50
Char-grilled Aberdeen Angus steak, roasted field mushroom and
sun blush tomato béarnaise with chips

PAN FRIED SEABASS ON AUBERGINE PUREE £13.95
With Shredded crisp potatoes and a fennel and tomato salsa

WILD MUSHROOM LINGUINI (V) £12.00
In garlic butter with fresh tarragon, rocket leaves & parmesan shavings

ROAST SMOKED DUCK BREAST £13.50
Roast smoked “Upton Farm” duck breast served with baby spinach,
rosti potato and redcurrant wine jus

SAUTEED CALVES LIVER £12.95
Sautéed calves liver on a spring onion and cheese mash, crispy
bacon with a port and sage jus

“FIFIELD” ANGUS STEAK AND ALE PIE £11.50
Individual steak and ale pie in short crust pastry with
baby carrots and cabbage mash

Sandwiches

*ALL OUR SANDWICHES ARE SERVED ON WHITE OR WHOLEMEAL BLOOMER, THE CHOICE IS YOURS! (LUNCH TIMES ONLY)


‘THE SWANS’ HOT SALT FIFIELD BEEF £5.95
Slices of warm salt beef piled high with sliced gherkin and French’s mustard
on rye bread served with crisps

ROAST CHICKEN AND STUFFING £5.95
Shredded free range chicken with sage stuffing and cranberry
jelly served with black pepper crisps

BRIE AND AVOCADO £5.95
Sliced brie and avocado with herb lettuce and redcurrant jelly
served with crisps

BLT £5.95
Grilled back bacon with sliced plum tomatoes and shredded lettuce
served with crisps

Puddings

*ALL PUDDINGS ARE PRICED AT £5.95 EXCEPT CHEESE

sticky toffee pudding
Steamed date and treacle pudding served with caramel sauce

BAKED VANILLA CHEESE CAKE
Baked New York style cheese cake laced with dark chocolate

WARM SPICED APPLE PIE
Served with clotted cream and vanilla syrup

caramelised rice PUDDING
‘Old School’ classic served with roasted plum compote

cookies & ice cream
Homemade chocolate chip cookies and vanilla bean and chocolate
ice cream! with a mint pesto

country cheese plate £6.95
Local selection of finest cheeses served with homemade chutney
With a choose of cheese biscuits or country bread

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