tasting menu

chiltern black ale bread
cultured butter

amuse
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charred mackerel
fresh peas, pickled baby cucumber, radish
fiano di avellino DOCG, villa matilde, campania, 2020, italy
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courgette flower
lincolnshire poacher sauce, nettle pesto, borlotti beans
st péray, domaine de lorient, 2019, france
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bledlow ridge pork belly
burrow hill perry, roast pear puree, fennel, sourdough tuile
“perry” burrow hill pear cider, somerset, england
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cornish bass
jersey royal potatoes, shellfish bisque
gravel road willamette valley, roco winery, oregon, 2016, USA
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roast english rose veal
cabbage puree, pickled cabbage, roast sweetbread, smoked almond
monthélie 1er cru “les clous”, domaine changarnier, 2017, france

or

roast poussin
asparagus, black garlic, truffle, seasonal mushrooms, cep ketchup
valpolicella ripasso superiore, azienda brigaldara, veneto, 2018, italy
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pre-dessert
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peach and nectarine mousse
roasted nectarine, liquorice ice cream
“kabir” moscato di pantelleria, donnafugata, sicily, 2020, italy

or

raspberry galette
raspberry crème patissiere, white chocolate ganache, 300 ale ice cream
pacherenc du vic-bilh, st albert, 2017, france


selection of british cheeses with accompanying condiments and crackers

(as an additional course £14.50, as a dessert £7.00 supplement)

 

£95.00
matching wine flight £75.00

 

the tasting menu is to be enjoyed by the whole table

Please note, game might contain shot
A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to the bill.
Whilst we will endeavour to do our best to accommodate food intolerance and allergies, we are unable to guarantee that the dishes will be completely allergen free for all our menus.
Allergen information is available upon request from our front of house management team.

wine flight

Fiano di Avellino DOCG, Villa Matilde, Campania, 2020, Italy
100% Fiano (crab)
Light pear and hazelnut taste in the entry of palate,
the wine has surprising notes of honey to bring sweetness,
white flowers aroma combined with the minerality for a balanced acidity.
Long and balanced finish.

St Péray, Domaine de Lorient, 2019, France
Roussanne, Marsanne (courgette flower)
The wine is medium bodied with interesting mineral notes.
You will find some subtle floral aromas alongside an elegant acidity.
In the end of mouth, strong nuts flavours and an intense oak finish

“Perry” Burrow Hill Pear Cider, Somerset, England (pork)
Light pear aromas on the palate which will match with the preparation of the course with the same cider. Delicate fizz on the tongue to bring power to the cider with a dry finish.

Gravel Road Willamette Valley, Roco Winery, Oregon, 2016, USA
100% Chardonnay (bass)
Nice citrus blossom taste with a subtle pear and white fig touch. The wine reveals an elegant minerality and has an interesting soft creamy texture which gives a light butter taste.

Monthélie 1er Cru “Les Clous”, Domaine Changarnier, 2017, France
100% Pinot Noir (veal)
Rich and fruity pinot noir, the wine has interesting prune and blackberries aromas. The marly/clay/limestone soils give to this wine an intense colour and a very balanced palate between the fruitiness and a discreet tannic finish.

or

Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore, Azienda Brigaldara, Veneto, 2018, Italy
Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, others (poussin)
Medium body red with an interesting red fruit flavours, powerful herbal notes and soft tannins.
The wine is very fine with a balanced texture.

“Kabir” Moscato di Pantelleria, Donnafugata, Sicily, 2020, Italy
100% Zibibbo (nectarine)
Rich notes of apricots and candied citrus, the wine combines the fruitiness and the wild Mediterranean herbs like rosemary and thyme.
The minerality balances the sweetness alongside a discreet acidity.

or

Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh, St Albert, 2017, France
Petit Manseng, Petit Courbu, Gros Manseng (raspberry)
Light sweetness with honey notes and light orange marmalade aromas.
The wine has a long fruity finish focused on the mango and discreet nectarine flavours.