MAY BANK HOLIDAY!
MONDAY 28TH MAY 2018
With another Bank Holiday soon on its way, along with warmer weather, it is a great opportunity for you to head down to the Albion to enjoy our delicious new menu with friends and family. What’s more we have an excellent range of deals to help you enjoy the weekend without burning a hole in your pocket. On top of this there is a great range of sporting action with the Champions League Final and Play Off Final action. There are plenty of reasons to visit Broad Oak this bank holiday weekend, what are you waiting for?
NEW SPRING MENU
Come along and enjoy our selection of new dishes across the May bank holiday weekend!
Fajita spiced chicken strips with peppers and red onion on a sizzling skillet, with tortillas, lettuce, grated cheese, soured cream and salsa.
SIZZLING SALMON SKILLET
Grilled salmon fillet coated in sweet chilli sauce with peppers and red onion on a sizzling skillet. Served with rice, a dressed mixed salad and sweet chilli sauce.
GRILLED CHICKEN, CHEESE & BACON BURGER
Grilled chicken breast with mature Cheddar cheese, smoked streaky bacon and mayonnaise on the bun.
Bank Holiday Deals
We have a big helping of tasty offers to share with you. Enjoy great deals that will make your time with us even more delicious this Bank Holiday Weekend!
WATCH LIVE SPORT
We show all the big games live on BT Sport & Sky Sports. We have a selection of snacks to enjoy before, during or after the game. We also have a selection of drinks to keep you going too. Bring your mates for a game to remember this Bank Holiday weekend.
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL
JOIN US FOR THE BIGGEST MATCH IN CLUB FOOTBALL
Both Real Madrid and Liverpool have overcome tough opponents on their route to this match in Kiev, and will be fired up to end the season on a high with the biggest trophy in club football. Liverpool are the first English club in 6 years to reach the final in the competition, with their first appearance at this stage since their forgettable final defeat to AC Milan in 2007. They'll be looking to repeat the heroics from two years earlier, when they memorably overturned a 0-3 half time scoreline to beat the Italians.