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HAVING started life as a coach house when the Leeds/Liverpool canal was built in the late nineteenth century, the Saracens Head, Halsall has a long and illustrious history. Used as a wood yard during the Second World War, it became a well-known country pub in the 50s, and now, the canal side pub has relaunched as a gastro pub.
Our aim was to create a gastro pub serving classic pub food and modern British cuisine in a stylish setting, said new owner, Steve Winstanley, who took over the
Committed to making the Saracens Head a shining star in the local restaurant scene, Steve and Denise invested over s350,000 in the refurbishment.
Steve explains: Everything is now brand new - the building was completely stripped back to the original brick work and given a twenty-first century design, cutting edge dmcor and an entirely new kitchen. We also put in a new outdoor childrens play area and landscaped most of the grounds.
Decorated in a chic contemporary style, the new-look pub features lots of natural wood, marble, leather and cowhide, with paintings by local artist, Gary Daly, enhancing the ambience and creating a talking point.
The feedback from customers has been extremely positive, said Steve; People are astounded by the difference and say how beautiful it is. The artwork in particular gets a lot of people talking.
Head chef Graeme Abraham, who previously worked for prestige
We serve both classic pub food like traditional Lancashire hotpot and potted Morcambe Bay shrimps, as well as contemporary British dishes like confit of pork belly, pan-fried salmon and braised lamb shoulder with shallots, sun dried tomatoes and smoked garlic mash - so theres something to suit all tastes, explained Steve.
Committed to using fresh, local produce, the gastro pub sources most of its fruit, vegetables and fresh herbs from local farmers in Tarleton, Scarisbrick and Halsall. Most meat and cheeses served in the restaurant are also local, with beef, lamb and pork from
An extensive range of drinks is also available, including the finest cask real ales from local breweries such as the Lancaster Brewery, Copper Dragon Brewery in Skipton and JW Lees in
To find out more call 01704 840 204 or visit the Saracens Head,