There’s a new menu at The Smugglers Cove at Royal Albert Dock
4 years ago
The Smugglers Cove at the Royal Albert Dock have been busy producing a delicious hearty new menu to tantalise your taste buds.
The sunshine might have been a let-down so far, but the talented Chefs at one of Royal Albert Dock’s most popular venues have created a host of new dishes that will illuminate your senses and take you on a culinary journey of magical tastes and aromas.
The famous Hanging Kebabs™ have two new additions with a Crispy Halloumi (v) with sweet chilli, served with sage and garlic chips (£11.95) and Jerk Salmon with garlic butter and served with rice and peas (£13.95).
The Smugglers Cove burgers from the grill include the Cheeseburger, with shredded lettuce and burger sauce, served with sage and garlic chips (£10.95) and the Grilled Chicken Burger, with lettuce, tomato and truffle mayo, served with sage and garlic chips (£10.95) have always been popular choices, and the flavoursome new Beetroot Burger served with lettuce, tomato and truffle mayo, served with sage and garlic chips (£10.95) is a perfect addition to our meat free selection as well.
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Summertime salads include some colourful, mouth-watering additional selections, including: Roast Sweet Potato, Red Onion and Beetroot (DF/VG), with candied walnuts, orange, poppy seeds and viola dressing (£9.95), Crispy Coronation Chicken, with toasted almonds, mango chutney and poppadom (£10.75) and Chargrilled Halloumi (V) with roast vegetable quinoa, jasmine figs and buttermilk dressing (£10.75).
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Whatever the weather this summer, The Smugglers Cove has it covered, from traditional favourites including Beer Battered Fish and Chips, served with mushy peas and tartare sauce (£12.95), Mother Redcaps Signature Scouse*, a hearty lamb stew, with a side of bread, picked beetroot and brown sauce (£11.95).
A stunning new food menu, delicious cocktail menu and amazing views across The Royal Albert Dock – what are you waiting for?