Game Season 2017
From August 2017 it’s game on at The Jugged Hare!
Game season kicks off with our eponymous 18th century dish, Jugged Hare. Hare returns to British menus from the 1st August each year following the six-month ban on hunting which allows the animals to breed. Cooked in a traditional tall jug, the slow-braised hare meat is finished off with a sauce of its own blood and is one of the finest examples of this under-used meat you will find in the capital.
From ‘The Glorious Twelfth’ we have been getting creative with our game, sourced from Ben Weatherall of Yorkshire Game Company as well as many other small, select gamekeepers and riflemen up and down the country. Our daily-changing specials board often featuring less common species such black grouse, moorhen, golden plover, even squirrel, as well as wild boar and deer shot by Tom, Ed and their senior chefs, and brought back from their annual hunting trip in Europe – all ensuring that you will be able to taste the very best of the 2017 shooting season
Learn to pluck, truss, butcher and dress different game birds at our Game Masterclasses. Available upon request from October to February, classes are for 8-16 people and cost £150 for three-hour class with a three-course game feast, matching wines and a sloe gin cocktail on arrival.
For all enquiries, or to book just call our events team on 020 7614 0134 / 07872 456 090 / email@example.com
Jugged Hare ‘Game Scholar’
For all you game aficionados, allow us to guide you through the pick of the game season, with our new ‘Game Scholar’ card for 2017.
Experience an edible education in the very best game of the 2017 shooting season. Red grouse, partridge, pheasant, mallard, venison, hare, teal, and woodcock are all superb game dishes that you won’t want to miss out on!
Tick off just eight of these game dishes before the end of January 2018 and we will treat you to a dinner for two with matching wines!
Game Scholar cards are ready to pick up today!
For all enquiries or to make a reservation,just call our events team on 020 7614 0134 / 07872 456 090 / firstname.lastname@example.org