Helen and Mark have owned The Lord Nelson for 10 years. Their key aim when opening The Lord Nelson was to combine a welcoming village local with excellent food and drink that fits every customers requirements. Whether you have a Gluten free diet, have just come back from a muddy dog walk or require a three course meal and a bottle wine, Mark, Helen and the team will welcome you in and do their best to leave a positive impression.
- Ham hock terrine7.50
- Piri piri king prawns7.50
- Flat mushroom with blue cheese rarebit7.50
- Meatballs with spiced tomato7.50
- Soup of the day5.95
- Moules mariniere with bread8.95
- Crab salad with quinoa and watercress8.50
- Tapas - stuffed vine leaves, hummus, feta8.50
- Sirloin steak with chunky chips18.50
- Three bean burger13.50
- Smoked Applewood mac12.95
- Beer battered pollock & chips12.95
- Proper ham10.95
- Classic burger13.95
- Chicken supreme15.95
- Tuna steak infused16.95
- Roasted duck breast18.95
- Lamb chops18.95
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The Lord Nelson are proud to say that they support their local community and use as many local suppliers as they possibly can.
The Lord Nelson purchase their lamb and beef from Bagnell Farm in Little Norton. Bagnell Farm hand rears its cattle so The Lord Nelson can ensure that all meat they serve to their customers is of the highest quality..
The Lord Nelson strides to be as charitable as possible. Mark and Helen have supported a number of charities over the 5 years they have owned The Lord Nelson including; St Margaret's Hospice, Help For Heroes, Jump and The Childrens Hospice. In 2012 The Lord Nelson raised £10,000 for these charities and many others.
The Lord Nelson hosts an annual charity bike ride which continues to grow year by year. In 2012 it raised £3,000 for charity...