SUNDAY LUNCH AT THE 606
606 Club offers a unique authentic jazz club atmosphere, presenting the finest jazz, Latin, R&B and blues music by British-based musicians. That appetite for quality is matched by our special Sunday lunch menu, featuring tasty home-cooked modern British food.
HOURS: 12:30pm - 4:30pm (music starts at 1:30pm).
Our menu changes regularly, but the following dishes are a representative sample. Please don't hesitate to talk to us if you have a particular request & we'll do our utmost to accommodate.
grilled goats cheese on ciabatta
warm smoked chicken Caesar salad £6.75
crispy breaded prawns with a soy and honey jus £7.25
soup of the day £5.10
Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon £7.45
Eggs Florentine (V) £6.25
Roast Rump of Beef with Yorkshire Pudding, roast potatoes, braised cabbage, green beans, red onions, carrots & roasted pumpkin £15.45
Half Roast Chicken
Grilled fresh salmon fillet with rocket pesto and a Dijon mustard & fennel cream sauce, served with mashed potatoes & seasonal veg £15.45
Butternut, spinach & goats cheese bake with herb crumb & garlic sauce £11.05
Child's portion Sausage & Mash £8.25
Child's portion butternut, spinach & goats cheese bake £7.50
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