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Sample Evening Menu

Sample Menu


Starters

Pan Fried Scallops
Creamed Cauliflower Puree, Rasin and Mild Curry Spice Dressing

Pressed Ham Hock
Gherkin Caper and Parsley, Piccalilli Vegetables, Egg Yoke, Pancetta

Craster Smoked Salmon Tarter
Pink Fir Apple Potatoes, Free Range Poached Egg, Citrus Rapeseed Oil Vinaigrette

Chichen Liver Black Truffle  Parfait
Toasted Hazelnut Brioche, Hazelnut Butter, Rocket Bacon Salad, Pineapple Chutney

Bake Doddington Cheese Souffle
Sweet Beetroot Chutney, Doddington Cheese Sauce (v)
 
Mains
 
Fillet of Haddock
Spring Onions, Carrot, White Crab Hollandaise, Brown Crab Bisque, Crab Sesame Wafer
 
Roast Duck Breast
Soy Honey Dressed Vegetables, Duck Leg Pumpkin Seed Crumble, Spiced Butternut Puree,Jus
 

Lilburn Venison Saddle
Goats Cheese Mousse, Roast and Creamed Swede, Beetroot Reduction, Red Chard and Juniper

Maize Chicken Breast
Comfit Leg Cannelloni, Brunoise Vegetables, Spinach, Chicken Sage Jus
 
Northumbria Beef Fillet
Onion Compote, Horseradish Potatoe Pure, Parsley Roast Vegetables,
Port Star Anise Glace, Pepper Tuile
 
Beetroot and Goats Cheese Tart (v)
Parsley Roast Vegetables, Wilted Red Chard, Beetroot Reduction, Horseradish Potato Puree

 

Desserts and Cheese

 
Steamed Marmalde Pudding
Drambuie Custard, Orange Ice Cream
 

Pineapple Eton Mess
Passion Fruit Salad, Pineapple Sorbet

Garden Apple, Rhubarb and Hazelnut Crumble
Vanilla Custard, Vanilla Ice Cream

Dark Chocolate Fondant
Creme Fraiche, White Chocolate Sorbet

The Cheese Board
2 Northumbrian Cheeses and Brie and Stilton

Doddington - this cheese takes its name from the village, three miles from Wooler, in which it is produced. It is an un-pasteurised mature, moist and spicy farmhouse cheese

Berwick Edge - this is a strong and fruity un-pasteurised farmhouse cheese named after the historic border town of Berwick upon Tweed

Admiral - this semi soft un-pasteurised cheese takes its name from Admiral Collingwood, of Morpeth - it is a beer washed cheese with a pleasant acidic flavour.

Brie de pays - this un-pasteurised french classic is fruity and full-flavoured and slightly milder than brie de meux.

Stilton - the king of cheeses this is a pasteurised classic, full-flavoured, creamy, blue cheese.

 

 

Coffee and Home-Made Petis Fours
served in the drawing room
£42.00


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