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Slug and Lettuce launches new menu

The Ultimate S&L Burger, Spicy Pork Pad Thai and Beef Madras are just three of the new dishes being offered on the latest Slug and Lettuce menu being launched on Wednesday, 2 April.

The famous sharing platters will see the addition of Sliders, a range of mini burgers: Southern-fried chicken, pulled pork in a sticky Tabasco sauce and beef topped with smoked mozzarella cheese and served with chips and dips.

Pulled pork has also been introduced in new dishes across the menu including sharing nachos with Spicy Sticky Pulled Pork; the Pulled Pork sandwich served on artisan bread with melted smoked mozzarella cheese and crunchy chilli coleslaw and the popular Tostada flatbreads now have the new option of Pulled Pork in Spicy Tabasco sauce with Jalapeno, melted smoked mozzarella and tomato salsa.

Two new dishes have been added to the popular ‘under 500-calorie’ menu with the Spicy Pork Pad Thai (498 Cal) and Grilled Asparagus and King Prawn Salad (350 Cal).

Other new dishes include Stuffed Chicken Schnitzel, Italian style Salmon, Grilled Salmon 3 grain Risotto, and sweet potato fries with garlic mayo. Millionaire’s Meringue and Passion Fruit Syllabub should satisfy those with a sweet tooth.

“The new Slug and Lettuce menu offers something for everyone from brunch options, sharing dishes, sandwiches and wraps to classic main course choices, salads, curries, burger and pasta dishes,” said Nicola Stuart, senior brand development manager for the Slug and Lettuce, which is owned and operated by Stonegate Pub Company.

“The latest menu incorporates a range of dishes that give the customer real choice from lighter dishes and sharing platters to pub food favourites and mouth-watering desserts. We have introduced some of the latest culinary trends such as pulled pork to the menu and are delighted with the end result.”

Children can still choose from a range of tasty options from the under 8’s menu. On Sunday’s the ‘Kids For A Quid’ promotion means that for every adult dining at full price a child can eat for £1. Guests can also receive 50% off their food bill on ‘Happy Mondays’ and ‘Tikka Tuesdays’ offers 2 for 1 curries.