Dinner in The Orangery is always different, always memorable.
Enjoy a unique dining experience in the 3AA Rosette restaurant The Orangery and enjoy menus created by Head Chef, Paul Nicholson.
Our ever-changing a la carte and tasting menus feature show stopping dishes carefully crafted using the finest, seasonal produce.
Check out some highlights from our Autumn-Winter 2023 menu below
A vegan dish of beetroot which has been slowly cooked and glazed in its own juices.
This is served with elements from our walled garden which have been preserved from the summer.
Arctic char is part of the trout/salmon family and is one of the rarest wild fish in the UK. We use a sustainably farmed fish from Dorset.
We dry cure the fish in a citrus salt and sugar mix before airdrying for a short time, then slowly confit the fish in clarified butter.
This is served with a Champagne sauce finished with Sturia Oscietra caviar & fine herbs.
We source and use the best hand-dived scallops from Orkney in Scotland. The scallops are simply prepared, brined and pan roasted.
The roe is then cured & smoked and infused into a sauce. This is paired with celeriac and Scots pine foraged from our estate.
Imported from the Gunma mountain range in Japan, this wagyu is in the top five best wagyu in the world. It is simply cooked over Japanese coals and glazed in miso.
We serve it with different preparations of Jerusalem artichoke, a beef fat hash brown made from the rendered fat from the wagyu, shallot, caper & parsley bordelaise sauce.
This is our vegan take on the wagyu dish above. The celeriac is cooked for 10 hours before being portioned and finished cooking over Japanese coals, glazed in miso.
Topped with vegan black garlic mayonnaise, roasted hen of the woods mushrooms & autumn truffle.
We use wild dayboat fish from our trusted fish supplier Hodgson Fish. The monkfish is dry cured then pan roasted and finished in brown butter.
A sauce is made from the roasted bones and finished with lemon verbena from our walled garden.
This is served with crown prince squash & fennel.
We use line caught wild dayboat turbot from our trusted fish supplier Hodgson Fish.
This is paired with fregola, brown shrimp, preserved lemon, sea herbs and a sauce made from buttermilk whey.
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