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Best Food and Drink at The Hawthorns?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

For whatever reason, The Hawthorns provides a more plentiful and substantially cheaper menu than most of its Premier League rivals:

Cheeseburgers – £3.70
Pukka pies (incl chicken + mushroom, steak and kidney and chicken Balti) – £3
Sausage rolls – £3
Pasties – £3


Drinks are pretty standard as well, and the price is similarly not too bad. They’ve got bottles of Carlsbeg, Cider and Tetleys ale for under £4. There’s wine and even some spirits on offer too, also around £4.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

The area around The Hawthorns is fairly cheap, and this is reflected in food prices being cheaper than most football grounds in the country and they serve the typical fare of alcoholic drinks, soft drinks, food and snacks.

Food comes in all under £4, with Pies and Pasties £3.30 and Burgers and Pizzas £3.50.

A pint of Carling and Kingston Press Ale is also reasonably priced at £3.90

The Balti pies are even the favorite football food of Chris Kamara!


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