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Dylans at the Kings Arms

PUBLISHED: 17:05 25 September 2017

Txuleta Beef Special atr Dylan's at the Kings Arms

Txuleta Beef Special atr Dylan's at the Kings Arms

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Txuleta Beef Special at Dylan’s at the Kings Arms.

Prime Rib (for two people) £65 or £18 supplement per person with Bill of Fayre

300g Sirloin £35 or £19 supplement with Bill of Fayre

Both served with Beef Dripping Triple Cooked Chips, Charred Iceberg Lettuce, Charred Lemon, Duchess Rapeseed Oil, Sea Salt, Red Wine Jus.

ABOUT TXULETA BEEF -

Following a full dairy cycle, our cows retire for around 4 years and naturally grow fat, giving a more mature flavor and incredible marbling, living up to between 10 and 16 years.

Simmental or Holstein Friesian cattle are retired in Basque Country on the Lush Green Pastures. This type of beef is often referred to as the “Basque Cider House Steak” after a tradition of Basque farmers exchanging beef for cider at the Cider Houses.”

MORE ABOUT DYLAN’S MENU AT THE KINGS ARMS -

Due to the nature of our small suppliers and the availability of produce on their farms, our menu changes weekly, sometimes daily. We offer “Market Day Menus”, which are five courses and show case our five seasonal courses of the week. This is available to bookings and is pre requested minimum one week in advance. This autumn you can expect to see lots of fish and shellfish fresh from the day boats of the cornish coast on our daily changing specials board.

CONTACT - Tel 01727 530 332

VISIT THEIR WEBSITE - www.dylanskingsarms.com

7 George Street, St Albans AL3 4ER.

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