Review on The Brasserie at Aldwark Manor
Commissioned as a wedding gift for Lord Walsingham's eldest daughter in 1865, Aldwark Manor retains much of its Victorian character but has also moved with the times. The house stands amid 100 acres of grounds close to the River Ure and also sports an 18-hole golf course. York is a 10-mile drive away.
The bright, vibrant Brasserie with its plush bench sofas and huge modern canvases of wine bottles provides a stylish backdrop for food with a European slant. Typical dishes might include smoked chicken with celeriac rémoulade and marinated mushrooms, grilled fillet of salmon with spicy couscous and roasted red pepper dressing, and banana tarte Tatin with honeycomb ice cream. Meals are also served in the Golfer's Bar Lounge, and you can eat al fresco on the terrace overlooking the course.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.30pm Mon-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card