Dinner – 25 to 27 April 2017

Our nine year old niece is a big fan of cooking shows on the T.V. and is very keen on the professional pastry chef show Creme de la Creme. She came over yesterday to do some baking with aunty Hilary. In the past they have done chocolate brownie and shortbread shapes together. What did she want to do this time…                             ” a croquembouche please”…..she’s nine!

Oldstone

Dinner                                   Tuesday 25th to Thursday 27th April 2017

Three courses £29 50     Two courses £25     Starter and pudding £14.50

 

Red onion soup with double Gloucester croutons

Devon crab meat, prawn and crayfish tail “cocktail”

Pan roasted local venison loin fillet, ripe pear and wild rocket salad

Niçoise salad with crispy fried squid and garlic basil mayonnaise

New season English asparagus with lemon butter sauce

 

Pan fried sea bass fillet on dark soy, ginger and spring onion sauce

Poached sea trout supreme, buttered samphire and Prosecco cream

Roast Barbary duck breast sliced over Bramley apple sauce and cider gravy

Sautéed Cotswold pork escallops, mixed mushroom and chive cream sauce

  Aged local beef fillet “au poivre” (£3.50 supplement, sorry)

Baked aubergine stuffed with sweet peppers, lentils and ricotta cheese

 

Pecan tart served warm with clotted cream ice cream

A classic crème brulée with fine butter shortbread

Baked dark chocolate cheesecake, white chocolate ice cream

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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