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Basils 'Tastes of The Haughmond' Menu

Let us lead you on a journey through the tastes of the seasons with a series of six surprise courses.

Using only the finest ingredients and focusing on local produce, this menu develops across the evening leaving you satisfied and with memories of the finest food in available in Shropshire.

Designed for the enjoyment of all guests at the table. The 'Tastes of The Haughmond' menu is served from 18:00 until 20:00 on Tuesday to Saturday evenings. Please allow 3 hours for the enjoyment of this menu.

Special dietary requirements can be tailored to meet your request.

However, please note that due to our style of cooking our menu is not suitable for vegan or dairy free diets.

Sample Menu

6 courses £49 per head

accompanying 5 wine flight optional (£25)

 

Cauliflower

roasted cauliflower, blue cheese dumplings, mushroom, kale

Weingut Sepp Moser, Organic, Gruner Veltliner – Niederosterreich, Austria

 

Pigeon

pigeon breast, heritage carrot, beetroot pickled carrot, tamarind and yoghurt

Yangara Estate, Old Vine Grenache – McLaren Vale, South Australia

 

Monkfish

spiced monkfish, red pepper, cumin tapioca, avocado

Casa De Vila Nova, Alvarinho – Minho, Portugal

 

Beef

fillet of beef,  san marzano tomato, taramasalata, red onion and crispy onions

Torro d’Oro Primitivo Di Manduri – Puglia, Italy

 

Lemon

Lemon polenta cake, lemon curd, lime gel, white chocolate mousse, white choc tuile, basil sorbet

Churton, Petit Manseng –Marlborough, New Zealand

 

Chocolate

Chocolate cremeaux, yoghurt mousse, chocolate crumb, chocolate tuile, grape granita

M. Chapoutier, Grenache – Banyuls, France

(optional extra £4 50ml)

 

selection of local cheeses, crackers, trimmings (optional extra £9)

 

Basils Tastes of The Haughmond is available Tuesday to Saturday Dinner

4 course Basils Tastes of The Haughmond is available Tuesday to Saturday Lunch on request £30pp

Chef Patron - Martin Board  Head Chef - Joe Andrews, Senior Chef - Dave Brazier, Sous Chef - Alan Lewis