A picturesque country getaway awaits one and all at Dorking’s Wotton House, a stunning 17th century house that invites locals and visitors to the idyllic Surrey market town to enjoy all that they have to offer.
Whether they're staying in one of the luxury bedrooms or merely looking for a couple of hours of rest and recuperation in either of their on-site bar or restaurant area, all are afforded a warm welcome.
This invitation is extended to tastecard members, who can partake in everything served at the 1877 Restaurant at Wotton House at a superb price when they call in advance and produce their card upon arrival, allowing them the perfect excuse to sample more than the one course.
The feeling is only enhanced when perusing the starter selection that includes such delights as a divine cured & torched mackerel, a gratifying wild mushroom arancini and a scrumptious pressing of ham hock, and is certainly continues the high quality theme with the courses to follow.
The next of which being the main courses, where a mouth-watering ensemble awaits for everyone to enjoy. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the glorious roasted fillet of hake, served with charred gem lettuce, chorizo and a white bean cassoulet, the flavoursome rosemary roasted cauliflower steak, accompanied by spiced lentils and roasted butternut squash, and the succulent slow roasted lamb rump, paired with dauphinoise potatoes.
Considering the superb savings, diners are encouraged to conclude any feast at the 1877 Restaurant at Wotton House with one of the delicious desserts, where a heavenly strawberry delice sits alongside an enchanting Wotton House honey cake, before dipping into the pocket in the enjoyment of a tipple or two from the well-stocked bar.