UK Pub Has Launched An Entire Crisp Butty Menu

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UK Pub Has Launched An Entire Crisp Butty Menu

Most of us can appreciate and enjoy a good packet of crisps. What's better though is two pieces of white bread with lashings of butter on to put said crisp in between and you have yourself the humble crisp butty.

Now, a UK pub has decided to monopolise on this classic snack by creating their own crisp butty menu.

The Stalybridge Buffet Bar, in (you guessed it) Stalybridge, Greater Manchester, is offering visitors a selection of crisp sandwiches which start at just £2.25.


Whether you like to play it simple and have one flavour between your bread or fancy mixing it up and throwing a couple of options in there - the bar, which is situated inside Stalybridge Train Station, has you covered.

The crisp and snack menu, which launched this week, includes crinkle cut classics (Seabrook crisps) which are placed on 'thick white bread' with 'lashings of Lurpak'. Customers can opt for plain, salt and vinegar, cheese and onion or Canadian ham.

Then you can one up and go for the 'not crisp butties' which include the same bread and Lurpak combo with the addition of pickled onion Monster Munch, Bacon Fries, Scampi Fries, salt and vinegar Squares or Wotsits.

Credit: Facebook/The Stalybridge Buffet Bar
Credit: Facebook/The Stalybridge Buffet Bar

If that still isn't tickling your fancy, not to worry. The bar also does 'Combo Butties'. You can choose from: Bacon Fries and Wotsits, Bacon and Scampi Fries, Canadian Ham Seabrook and Bacon Fries and, finally, Monster Munch, Wotsits and cheese and onion Seabrook.

If there's a few of you and you want to push the boat out then why not try the 'Special Sharing Platter' for £7 which includes: Hot Pork Scratchings, poppadoms and dip, Monster Munch, Bacon Fries, Scampi Fries and two bags of Seabrook. Sold.

Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, operations manager Barry Shaw said: "It came about a few months ago, it started as a bit of a silly idea at first but it all came from there.

"I've been promising it for a while now online, and the response to it just went a bit daft really. I said if enough people liked it and shared it we'll do it and they did."

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Stalybridge Buffet Bar & Beerhouse

Topics: Food, UK News, Community

Rebecca Shepherd
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