Nestled in the scenic town of Woodborough is the exemplary Woodborough Hall, which serves an exquisite brasserie menu filled with a myriad of delectable dishes, all created with locally sourced ingredients.
Spearheaded by a head chef with plenty of prestigious recognition, having been a finalist for the Young Chef ’07 Apprentice of the Year and the Metro Newcomer of the Year Award and won the East Midlands Apprenticeship 2007 Employer Award, the menu has been crafted with the skills of a master and is executed by a team of chefs that adhere to the same standard.
Begin an unforgettable dining experience with one of the delicious appetisers, including the rich cream of cauliflower and saffron soup, the splendid mille-feuille of Lincolnshire asparagus, served with a poached duck egg and drizzled with a hollandaise sauce, and for those who wish share a taste of everything, the sublime Woodborough Hall Appetiser Platter, an ensemble of air dried bresaola, slice Spanish chirozo and comte and baby mozzarella pearls.
Diners who are seeking a light bite or a quick yet satisfying lunch are advised to consider one of the many wonderful sandwiches, featuring such delights as the scrumptious French brie de meaux, also filled with cranberries and red onion, the hearty hot steak sandwich, topped with a red onion chutney and wholegrain mustard mayonnaise, and the utterly satisfying Chef’s Club Sandwich, a triple layered stack of slice turkey breast, crispy bacon and a fresh pesto mayonnaise between toasted granary bread.
For those settled in for a truly gourmet dining experience however there are plenty of fantastic choices for the main course, such as the refreshing Woodborough Hall Summer Salad, a mix of water melon, marinated feta and black olives on a bed of Mesculan mixed leaves and covered in a raspberry vinaigrette, the divine grilled fillet of red mullet, presented with risotto nero, crayfish and wild roquette, and the succulent 8oz chargrilled sirloin steak, paired with hand cut chips and ‘Café de Paris’ au buerre.