The Dog Inn, 55 King Street, Whalley, Near Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 9SP                                Copyright © 2017 The Dog Inn, Whalley

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           Whalley’s traditional village inn The Dog Inn

Food - Opening Times

Mon    - 12pm - 2pm

Tues   - 12pm - 2pm

Wed   - 12pm - 2pm

Thurs - 12pm - 2pm

Fri       - 12pm - 2pm

Sat      - 12pm - 2pm

Sun     - 12pm - 2pm

Opening Times

Mon    - 11am - 11pm

Tues    - 11am - 11pm

Wed   - 11am - 11pm

Thurs - 11am - 11pm

Fri       - 11am - 12am

Sat      - 11am - 12am

Sun     - 12pm - 11pm

HOME MADE FOOD

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TEA and COFFEE

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CASK ALES

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QUALITY WINES/SPIRITS

FOOD & DRINK


There is always a fine array of real ales to enjoy and up to six to sample. They rotate regularly. We are also included in the ‘Good Beer Guide’ and have an excellent wine list.

The pub has a warm and inviting ambience and excellent homemade food is available every lunch time between 12pm - 2pm. Our homemade dishes change on a daily basis (see the specials board). No evening meals, unless pre-arranged - ring for details. Such is the popularity of Sunday lunch at The Dog Inn, it is advisable to book. The chef, Manuel, cooks food using the finest of ingredients, sourced locally (whenever possible) and cooked to order. The bar menu is very traditional offering a wide selection of starters and old favourites including homemade steak & kidney (made with Guinness and served with a Yorkshire pudding); Cumberland Sausage (made locally to a traditional Lakeland recipe, served with a fried egg); and grilled gammon (served with a choice of egg, pineapple, or both). Famous for its omelettes, there is also a range of lite bites on

offer for those with a lighter appetite. There is a good range of filled jacket potatoes, sandwiches, tortilla wraps, and salads as well as a Ploughman's lunch.

A selection of tempting homemade desserts can be ordered at the bar from the daily specials board. Vegetarians are well catered for and the licensees will do their best to cater for those with any special dietary requirements.


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