Wetherspoons has announced it’s changing its pub menus across the country from Wednesday (March 30) with 14 new food items added.
There are also changes to its Curry Club and Steak Club being made, according to Wales Online.
Four new boneless ‘chicken in a basket’ dishes are being added with southern-fried and plain bites and strips as well as a meat-free Quorn choice.
They come with a choice of dips – barbecue, sweet chilli, honey-gaze and sticky soy sauce as well as coleslaw and chips or rice.
The Wetherspoons menus will also see chargrilled chicken with gravy and mash, chips or a jacket potato.
Three new dishes are being added to the Curry Club. These are chicken korma, sweet potato curry, and chicken vindaloo with two new side dishes – onion bhaji and vegetable samosa.
New options are also being added to Steak Club with a five-ounce or 10-ounce gammon steak with egg, peas, a mushroom, tomato and chips or a jacket potato.
The pubs are also putting a fruit salad to the breakfast menu as well as small pancakes.
Wetherspoons told The Sun that all items on the current menu will remain in place.
Meanwhile, prices for all menu options vary from pub to pub.
The menu change comes after Wetherspoons boss Tim Martin spoke out this week to say that pubs are under threat with them “dropping like flies” in the UK at the moment.
The 66-year-old says he thinks that not enough is being done by the government to help pubs stay open in the current trying times.
So much so, that the businessman says Brits boozers could become a thing of the past, if we’re not careful.
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