Weekend menu – 10 & 11 June 2016

Strange as it sounds we want a bit of rain. Let me explain. Pete put a scaffold tower up in the courtyard to give him access to the roof valley that has been causing problems. Until it rains to test his repairs he obviously does not want to take it down but in the meantime it is an eye sore and also means we loose a table on the patio if it is               “al fresco dining” weather. You can’t win can you?

 Oldstone

Dinner                                    Friday 10th and Saturday 11th June 2016

Three courses £29.50      Two courses £25

 

Watercress soup

Grilled aubergine with marinated baby plum tomatoes, crumbled Feta and wild rocket

English asparagus and Jersey Royals with flaked sea trout and dill dressing

Ham hock and red onion tart served warm with pea shoot and apple salad

Pan fried smoked haddock fish cake, horseradish crème fraiche

 

Crab crusted brill fillet (The Lady Maureen, Brixham) with lemon butter sauce

Poached Cornish monk fish tail, samphire and mild curry cream

7 spiced Barbary duck breast sliced over dark soy, sesame and ginger sauce

Sautéed Cotswold pork escallops, buttered leeks and mustard gravy

Aged local beef fillet with red wine, tarragon and tomato jus (£3.50 supplement – sorry)

Chestnut mushroom Stroganoff on red, white and wild rice

 

Dark chocolate and salty caramel tart with clotted cream ice cream

Baked cheesecake with English strawberries

Lemon polenta cake with red berry sorbet

Four West Country cheeses, Bath Olivers and Hilary’s fruit bread

 

Food allergens – if you require more information regarding the ingredients in our dishes please ask

Saturday brunch served from 11 till 3

 

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