Boot Inn Appetisers


Deep-fried Breaded Brie Wedges

Served with salad and cranberry sauce.


Grilled Halloumi Salad

Served with a warm vinaigrette


Creamy Garlic and Stilton mushrooms

Served with warm crusty bread.


Thai style King prawns (gf)

Cooked with garlic, ginger and chilli.


Soup of the day (v)

With warm crusty bread and butter


Boot Inn Mains


Minted Lamb Henry

Slowly braised and served with creamy mash, veg and a minted gravy


Whole Tail Scampi

Breaded and deep fried served with chips and peas or salad


10 Ounce Rump Steak

Cooked how you like it, served with chips, onion rings, mushrooms, tomato and Peas.


Thick cut gammon steak

Pan fried and served with chips, peas and a choice of egg or pineapple.  


Steak ‘n’ Ale Pie

Chunky Steak slowly cooked in ale with a puff pastry lid.  Served with Chips.


Cumberland sausage and Mash

Served with rich onion gravy


Homemade cheese and onion pie (v)

Served with chips or mash and vegetables


Chunky Steak Chilli ­

Chunks of prime steak cooked in a thick chilli sauce using four types of chilli.


Pasta of the day (v)

Please see boards or staff for details.


Curry of the day (v)(gf)…

Please see boards or staff for details.


Childrens Menu


Mini Scampi

served with chips


Chicken nuggets and chips

Served with peas or beans


Cheese and Tomato Pasta (v)

Served with peas or beans


Fish/chicken Goujons and Chips

Served with peas or beans


Plain Pizza and Chips (v)

Served with peas or beans


Sausage and Mash

Served with peas or beans


Desserts


Mixed fruit sorbet

Homemade Sticky Ginger pudding

Served with cream, ice cream or custard


Homemade bread and butter pudding

Served with cream, ice cream or custard


Homemade Sticky Toffee Pudding

Served with cream, ice cream or custard


Homemade Lemon Possett

Served with Lemon Sorbet and shortbread



2 Comments

  • Mr & Mrs k Pritchard March 24, 2015 at 8:09 pm

    We moved from the black country in the west Midlands and now reside on warnley island barrow in Furness .we felt that it would be nice to have a ride out again an visit the boot inn eskdale this time we had lunch instead of a snack ,well I had what you call a thick cut slice of gammon best one I’ve tasted for many years ,the wife had chicken parmagana very nice and plenty of chicken breast as well .over all what we would say from the black country is Bostin fittle good beer as well thanks .

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  • Dr Diane Shepherd April 10, 2015 at 7:43 pm

    We had dinner at The Boot Inn on Wednesday evening and it was delicious! We arrived late in the evening, after a 12.5 mile hike from Coniston with a 7 and 10 year old intow, starving! Thank you for being understanding and flexible in the ‘cut off time’ for taking orders (which is more than can be said of the Sun Inn at Coniston, we were 15 minutes late ariving back there, no dinner!!!).

    Lovely welcome, warm ,inviting and cosy, a highlight of our walking holiday. Would definatley recommend The Boot Inn, we will be back and will use the Inn as our base this time.

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