Key changes include the return of nostalgic, luxurious dishes as well as catering for all-day grazing diners and answering the trend for Mexican street food.
The best-selling burger range has also been beefed up while value remains a priority.
"Developing the menus for the Autumn Winter offer change has seen us select, nostalgic, comforting dishes as the weather turns colder," said head of food development Perry Huntley. "We’ve also followed some of the current market trends as well as enhancing and improving our best-selling items.
"We’ve increased the number of accompanying sauces and toppings across the menus. For example, on the Great Traditional menu when customers order crispy chicken fillets they can choose a range of sauces from blue cheese & spring onion sauce, BBQ sauce to lemon & pepper butter so that they can create the dish of their choice.
"The key driver in the offer change is the opportunity to give our pubs and bars dishes that really stand out and set them apart from their competitors. It’s about giving our customers compelling reasons to visit through choice and value for money.
"We’re really proud of the new menus and have worked closely with our customers and team members to create menus that work across every occasion to visit the pub."