Food: HERB GARDEN BRASSERIE OPENS TO ALL DINERS

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Smoked Salmon, chive and goats cheese mouse, pickled beetroot and balsamic

The Herb Garden Brasserie at Ye Olde Bell Spa in Barnby Moor has launched a new lunchtime offering that will allow all diners to experience the delicious cuisine.  

Previously only those visiting the spa could enjoy the three course lunch menu but due to demand from guests the Brasserie is now open for everyone, not only those booked into the spa. 

The Brasserie at the award winning Spa on the borders of Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire and Lincolsnhire is headed up by Chef Richard Allen, who previously worked at the Hotel were he achieved an AA Rosette for his cuisine.

Classic Creme Caramel with Caramelised White Chocolate and Macerated Strawberries

When the Spa opened Chef Allen, who is a qualified personal trainer with expert knowledge in nutrition, was keen to oversee the cuisine and put his stamp on the new restaurant. 

He devised a seasonal three course menu with three different options for starters, mains and desserts. The choices range from the healthy (Dip your toe in the water) to the totally indulgent (Dive in why don’t you) and a happy medium in-between the two (Come in the water’s lovely). Diners can chose to mix and match each depending on what they fancy. Each course also comes with a wine pairing suggestion. 

Butter Poached Chicken Ballotine, Sweet Potato Puree, wild Mushrooms and Red Wine Jus

Dishes include starters such as Curried Potted Chicken, Sweet Potato Puree, Sultana Emulsion and a Sesame Tuile mains of the likes of Sticky Port Belly, Garlic Chili Fondants, Parsnip and Honey Puree, Purple Sprouting Broccoli and Crispy Noodles and delicious desserts like Strawberries and Cream Jelly, Basil Meringues and Coconut Sponge.

Guests can chose to eat in the Brasserie or dine in the beautiful alfresco garden that leads off the restaurant.

Spa Director, Sadie Levack, said: “Our guests always comment on the high quality of our cuisine. We were getting lots of requests from people who wanted to return and just enjoy lunch so we made the decision to open for all diners.”

For more information visit http://yeoldebell-hotel.co.uk/ or call 01777 705121. 

 

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