Steak’s the name of the Black Boy game

Marco Pierre-White at The Black Boy in Milton.
Marco Pierre-White at The Black Boy in Milton.

Country pub The Black Boy at Milton is enjoying a dining revival with a completely revamped menu by owner Marco Pierre White.

The celebrity chef has lifted the lists of starters and deserts off the menu and concentrated on a selection of substantial main courses to attract diners.

The choice is extensive and features some huge and hearty steaks, from succulent fillets to plate-filling T-bones, all beautifully cooked and accompanied by a selection of side dishes of your choice.

But the new menu also features some delicious alternatives and all boasting the same selling point – they are not small!

These include hefty swordfish steaks, sea bream and dover sole as well as lamb rump and a half free-range chicken.

Dinner begins with one of Marco’s tasty individual salads – combinations of highly compatable but unusual ingredients, from lentils with bacon to dressed chicory with walnuts and currants.

If you have room left after your mighty main course – accompanied by a selection of ales or a wine from the extensive list – there are a few palate cleansing deserts to enjoy before or with your coffee.

Spokeswoman Katie Whirledge said: “The new steak house concept at the Black Boy is simple yet wonderful.

“Marco teamed up with Royal butcher Donald Russell over ten years ago. Donald, like Marco, is a perfectionist when it comes to his beef and will only select from cattle purely fed on a natural, grass-based diet.

“The result is succulent, tender and award-winning steaks with unmistakable flavour time after time.

“This is vital when you have one of the greatest chefs of all time checking for consistency across his portfolio of pubs, inns and country hotels.”

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