August Bank Holiday BBQ Weekender, Saturday and Monday Positioned on a culinary crossroads, the cuisine of Lebanon is a delicious blend of the flavours, aromas and textures of Europe and the Middle East.
Sat 24th August 12 noon - 9pm and Monday 26th August 12 noon - 5pm or we run out! Not Sunday, normal delicious Sunday lunch available, 12-4:30 The Menu BBQ- cooked over real charcoal Whole spit-roast shawarma lamb carved into flatbread bread with mint yoghurt, homemade pickles, tahini sauce, lettuce and heritage tomatoes.
£7 Spiced halloumi shawarma in flat bread with mint yoghurt, homemade pickles, tahini sauce, lettuce and heritage tomatoes. £6 Sardines with lemon, olive oil and tomato salad. £6 Marinated quail in sumac, thyme and lemon. £8 Mostly vegetarian mezze all £4 served with flat bread, Extra bread £1 Hummus with extra virgin olive oil and crispy onions. Vg Hummus with fried spiced lamb and pinenuts. Homemade fermented pickles with radishes and olives Vg Chickpea and bean falafel with tahini sauce.
Vg Baba Ganoush – Smokey aubergine dip with pomegranate. Vg Freekeh (wholegrain green wheat) salad with feta, roasted peppers and mint. V Homemade fresh cheese with rosemary and chilli. V Fattoush- Lebanese bread and vegetable salad. Vg Tabbouleh- cracked wheat and herb salad. Vg Watermelon, strawberry and fresh cheese salad. V Mixed marinated olives. Vg Other tasty treats Lebanese rice- pilaf rice with fried vermicelli, spices, nuts and honey £4 Crispy potato fries with zatar £3 Chicken bisteyya £7 (sweet and savoury chicken and brik pastry pie)
There are a couple of steps up into the pub from the front entrance. Access after these is easier to the left hand bar. Toilets are up a couple more steps from this bar. Access to the toilets from the rear entrance (and car park) is on the flat and from here access to a third dining room is down one step. Customers can park in either the front or rear car park, both only yards from the door. Also customers with limited mobility can also park immediately outside the front door of the pub whilst not blocking the entrance.
Hedley on the Hill is near Stocksfield, which is just west Prudhoe on the A695, about a 25-minute drive west of Newcastle or 15 miles east of Hexham
From the A695, which runs parallel with the A69 from Newcastle to Hexham, take New Ridley Road south out of Stocksfield. This t turn is opposite the Chemist shop in Stockfield. After a mile or so take the left turn up the hill and you’ll hit Hedley on the Hill, where you can’t miss The Feathers. From the south its best to take the A68 and turn off for Stocksfield and New Ridley (Lead Road) opposite a turn for Slaley. Continue on and across the next junction (B6309). After going through New Ridley, take the next right after the Golf club up to Hedley on the hill. The website includes a map showing where we are in relation to different locations in the region. If you need a hand give us a call on 01661 843607
There is no public transport to the village but Stocksfield has good bus and train links and is only 2 miles away. Local taxis can be booked to bring you up to the pub unless you want to walk up one of the many footpaths to Hedley. As the name suggests, it is up hill and of course the return is all down hill!
August Bank Holiday Lebanese BBQ takes place at ...
Ticketing and entry prices for August Bank Holiday Lebanese BBQ
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Dates & times for August Bank Holiday Lebanese BBQ , Stocksfield
|Saturday||24/08/2019||Monday||26/08/2019||12:00 - 17:00|
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