New Estate Menu launches at Chewton Glen Hotel

The Estate Menu is a reflection of the Kitchen Garden at Chewton Glen is foraged from 130 acre of parklands and gardens, as well as their Kitchen Garden, Nursery and Heritage Orchard.

The team said: “The new Estate Menu, which was introduced last autumn and changes with the seasons, has been inspired by ingredients grown on our estate, the menu boasts seasonal changes and something to suit everyone.”

And it’s affordable luxury. Three courses are just £32 per person or mix and match.

Here is the mouth-watering menu in full:

Treacle Cured Scottish Salmon with horseradish, preserved lemon, soda bread; Butternut Squash Risotto with sage, smoked Rosary goat’s cheese; Terrine of chicken and baby leek, Truffle dressing, hazelnuts, smoked raisins; Carlingford Lough Oysters, sauce mignonette, rye bread

Grilled Sirloin Steak triple-cooked chips, béarnaise sauce; Chewton Glen Game Pie 38 for two to share with savoy cabbage, Alsace bacon, pomme purée; Chicken Holstein white anchovies, jus gras, crispy capers; Truffled Gnocchi artichoke, kale, parmesan espuma; Chewton Glen Fish Stew fennel, ratte potato, rouille

Chocolate Mousse salted caramel, Griottines cherry; Warm Apple & Quince Pie macadamia nut crumble, vanilla ice cream; Crème Caramel salted oats, sauternes raisins; Iced Chewton Glen Honey Parfait; or Tea, Coffee & Petit Fours

There is a short, international 40 bin wine list with many selections from small growers (bottles from £20); all are available by the glass (from £4) or 500ml carafe (from £16). In addition, there is an extensive cocktail list that incorporates some local area whiskeys, gin and vodka, plus a range of craft beers.

Fact file

Full address: Chewton Glen, New Milton, Hampshire BH25 6QS
Website: www.chewtonglen.com/thekitchen
Twitter & Instagram: @TheKitchenatCG
Restaurant reservations: 01425 282 212
Nearest BR station: New Milton, mainline to London Waterloo



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