Epsom's most famous Pub/ Restaurant
Friday March 17th Very Special St.Patricks Day
Racing from Cheltenham.
Featuring the Gold Cup
"Being so near London, and surrounded, as they are with pleasant villages, and being in themselves
perfectly agreeable, the ground smooth, soft, level and dry, they conspire to make the most delightful spot of
ground, of that kind in all this part of Britain " The Downs " Daniel Defoe 1660 - 1731
Some additions to the Menu
served when available
Pheasant with Madeira
Pheasant cooked slowly, with Madeira, mushrooms,
onions and bacon to create a rich sauce.
Served with Mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetablesthis Product contains bones and may contain shot
Containing a mixture of pheasant, rabbit, venison
and bacon in a rich red wine sauce
and topped with puff pastry. Served with Celeriac
mash potatoes, peas and red cabbage.
This Product may contain shot
Coq au Vin
Classic Chicken and red wine stew, with smoked
Bacon Lardons, Button Onions and Mushrooms, served with
Mashed Potatoes and Peas.
Fresh Delice of Smoked Haddock
Topped with Poached Egg and Bearnaise sauce
Served on a bed of mashed potatoes and accompanied by pan-fried cherry tomatoes
Tender pieces of beef braised slowly in a Red wine and Tomato sauce with fresh rosemart and yellow peppers. Served with Mashed potatoes and seasonable vegetables
Cooked with white wine, onion, garlic, corriander, celery
and a splash of cream. Served with crusty bread and chips.
Char grilled,served with new potatoes,
seasonal vegetables and topped with a spicy mango salsa.
" Succulent Sirloin "
" King Prawns "
Telephone 01372 745050
Enquiries by telephone only
The Rubbing House, 34 Langley Vale, Epsom Downs, Surrey. KT18 5LJ .
"The pub is a much loved landmark of Epsom Downs, a unique piece of Victorian architecture which has been part of people's race day memories for hundreds of years"
Jeremy Harte curator Bourne Hall Museum