with broad beans, mint and dressed rocket
asparagus, radish & dressed salad leaves
with roasted vegetable cous cous
Ginger Ice Cream
with ginger nut biscuits
Welcome to our Café & Bistro
Here at the Ginger Pig, we believe food and drink should be fresh, locally sourced and cooked daily…
We work with local suppliers receiving deliveries daily for the freshest produce, which in turn, provides the best flavour. Home-cooked food lies at the heart of our ethos, reinforcing the freshness and fullest of flavour. Coupled with a relaxed atmosphere and proficient service, there’s every reason to drop by…
offers and promotions
Try our picnic meal deal....
Supercharge your lunch with our meal deal picnic box to takeaway; choose your favourite sandwich, Tyrrell’s crisps, drink and round off with a slice of cake.
25% off Breakfasts*
Grab a huge discount off our breakfasts when ordered before 11.30am. Simply mention the offer at the time of placing your order.
*Available until 31st May 2016
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Andrew Riverstone’s music pays homage to classic artists from the 60’s and 70’s JJ Cale, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Dynamic, expressive guitar playing draws on years of experience as a top session musician, riffs journey skywards before dropping back to earth on a rootsy rhythm hooked in with a gritty soulful vocal line.
The Open Secrets combine the best of modern Country and old-time Mountain Music. Their brand of Americana will put you in the mind of Ryan Adams, The Band and Gillian Welch. They write and play with an emotional intensity that is all their own.
Dan Williams is a singer & songwriter from the hills of Shropshire. Dan’s sound is Blues/Nu Folk/Acoustic Rock with driving rhythms and bags of energy. He has worked alongside some well-known artists and sharing the bill with many musicians including The Brand New Heavies, Seun Kuti, Dr Feelgood, The Orb, The Blockheads and more…
Having played with many artists including Del Amitri, Adam Ant, The Godfathers, The Damned, Kris turned to a solo artist 11 years ago and has released albums including “02/01/1978”, “Now Was The Time” and “No Ghosts In This House”. A man, a guitar and sometimes a voice. No room for error and nowhere to hide. With largely an acoustic repertoire, a fair portion of that being instrumental, in the vein of John Fahey and Jack Rose, precision playing is expected and delivered.