Food & Drink Proud to serve fresh, locally sourced Hampshire produce, The White Buck offers one of the finest menus in the New Forest. From gourmet sandwiches to sumptuous steaks, everything is home-cooked by our team of talented chefs. We’re open for lunch from 12pm until 3pm, with evening meals served between 6pm and 9pm. Try wonderful, inventive dishes like our pheasant and chestnut gnocchi, delicious hand-reared-venison burger – or treat your traditional taste-buds to classic beer-battered fish and chips. Beautiful breakfasts are served here too, whether you’re staying the night with us or not. An A La Carte menu is available on a day to day basis at £12.50 per person. Whenever you choose to visit, we would strongly advise you to book a table – the dining rooms are in high-demand at peak times! Rosary Goats Cheese - Beetroot, Pear and Watercress Salad New Forest Venison Carpaccio Pan-fried Calves Liver Spiced Monkfish, Smoked Haddock Chowder Sticky Toffee Pudding, Panna Cotta, Salted Caramel Ice Cream Chocolate Brownie Pear and Apple Crumble, Crème anglaise and Vanilla Ice Cream On Tap Left London Pride The UK’s leading premium ale, London Pride is known and loved for its well balanced, distinctive flavour. Summer Ale Brewed with malted wheat for crisp, biscuity flavours, this excellent ale delivers a wealth of flavours. Seafarers A delicious, thirst quenching ale brewed with the unique Gales yeast. Fuller's donates £5 for each barrel sold to Seafarers UK, the leading maritime charity. HSB HSB is an award-winning, distinctive, high quality premium bitter. Brewed with Gales' yeast, it never fails to delight. Honey Dew Served chilled, Honey Dew refreshes as well as any lager, but with a depth of flavour that you just can't find anywhere else. Right These beers have been delivered to us, so will be available now or very soon. Due to the care and time required to achieve their optimum flavour, we can't guarantee all of these beers will be available when you visit. Please call in advance before making a special journey.