Review on Rushton Hall
A grandiose Northamptonshire mansion dating back to 1438, Rushton Hall is set impressively amid acres of landscaped grounds and parkland within easy reach of Corby. It is done out in supremely elegant style, with massive timbered doors, ornate plastered ceilings, stained glass and glorious fireplaces.
The restaurant is housed in a baronial hall with linen-fold panelling and ambient lighting. Carefully sourced ingredients form the backbone of the menu, whether it's Aberdeenshire beef, fish from the Atlantic waters or locally grown vegetables. Dinner might begin with seared king scallops, pea cream, Parma ham and vanilla foam or avocado pannacotta with beetroot, while main courses straddle anything from grilled fillet of beef with seared foie gras and baby vegetables to pan-fried halibut with frogs' legs, quail's egg, baby gem and pea velouté.
Salmon and meat are smoked on the premises, while desserts might run to an assiette of blackberries or chocolate tart with salted peanut caramel and malted milk ice cream. The food is backld by an superb wine cellar.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.00pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express