We stumbled across Dalgety Public House on the corner of a busy street in Teneriffe. The building is over a hundred years old and was once the famous Teneriffe woolsheds. The original tenants were 'Dalgety and Co Ltd' who were a wool exporter. These days it is home to a gastro-pub.
Pulled pork belly roll
There is a variety of different seating options but I settled on the bench seats. I ordered the pulled pork belly roll with apple slaw and truffle mayonnaise for fifteen dollars. It was a generous serving for a 'light feed'. Although, I did miss the crackling - my favourite part of roast pork!
My dining companion ordered buffalo wings (moderately spiced) with celery sticks and a cold blue cheese sauce. They were priced to sell at twelve wings for only fifteen dollars. It was a good decision to order skinny fries and they arrived piled sky high on a round chopping board covered with truffle oil and Parmesan curls.
The menu has a modest range of items to choose from. Other tempting options include chicken parmigiana, Stone and Wood Battered fish and chips, toad in the hole, grass fed rack of lamb or a grass fed steak. You can add on a side ranging from sweet potato fries, chat potatoes, apple slaw, green salad or seasonal vegetables. There is a small children's menu, and a range of dishes which you can share.
The bar stocks a range of all the popular beers, wines and ciders. I would have like to see some craft beers from the neighbouring breweries, but was happy to try Treehouse Cider from the Granite Belt (with no added flavours, concentrate or sugars).
I am tempted to go back to taste their do it yourself breakfast menu which is served on the weekend only.