Three pubs are bringing world cuisine to the borough with a new menu celebrating food from across the globe.

The new menus, featuring dishes from around the world, will be available at Joseph Holt pubs The Woodthorpe and The Friendship in Prestwich and the Blue Bell in Bury.

Alongside established pub classics such as cheese and onion pie or fish, chips and mushy peas, diners at participating pubs can now tuck into mouth watering meals from across the globe, including Japan, Mexico, and Sri Lanka. 

Brendan Corder, food operations manager for Joseph, Holt said: "This latest menu is one of most exciting and mouthwatering to date.

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“At Joseph Holt we celebrate our heritage in the beers we brew and food we serve. Yet we also recognise how much our customers want to try new flavours.

“So, we have reflected this in our latest menu which can literally take your taste buds from the traditional taste of, say a HM Pasties Steak and Joseph Holt’s ale pie or Joseph Holt`s beer battered fish and chips to a delicious curry or dish of Hispanic-style king prawns.

“So, we literally cater for all tastes.”

New starters available include Moroccan spiced hummus served with garlic flatbread and Mexico-inspired crispy chilli cheese taquitos filled with tangy cheddar and jalapeno and served with an avocado, buttermilk ranch dressing.

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For a taste of the Far East there is the option of Yakitori Chicken skewers Main menu choices now includes the tasty Moroccan Spiced Skewer– with either Moroccan spiced chicken or hot halloumi and and a Sri Lankan vegetable curry packed with aubergine, butternut squash and spinach and cooked in smooth, creamy ginger, lemongrass, and coconut sauce.

This year Joseph Holt celebrates its 175th anniversary – it was founded by its eponymous owner in Manchester in 1849.

The family-owned business, which has been in the same family for six generations runs 127 pubs across the Northwest with more plans to extend the business.