Originally sold as a medicinal drink in Salford, under the name Vim Tonic, (John) Noel Nichols' classic beverage has been sold across the world.
Our new dessert sees Vimto sherbet and jelly combine with vanilla ice cream for those blue sky days!
THE OAST HOUSE SCOTCH EGG
Our very own take on the Manchester Egg. A soft-boiled egg, (as opposed to a pickled egg) wrapped in Bury Black Pudding, coated in panko breadcrumb.
The perfect snack with one of our ales!
A traditional baked tart with a shortcrust pastry shell, spread with raspberry jam, covered with a custard filling and topped with coconut and garnished with a cherry.
A staple on school menus until the late seventies, the original Manchester Tart is a variation on an earlier recipe, Manchester Pudding, the first recipe for which was written down by the Victorian cookery writer, Mrs Beeton.
with Shorrocks Lancashire cheese
Eccles cakes are named after the English town of Eccles. History doesn't give any single person the credit, however, James Birch is credited with being the first person to sell Eccles cakes commercially, which he sold from his shop at the corner of Vicarage Road and St Mary's Road, now Church Street, in the town centre in 1793.
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