Review on Restaurant at The Talbot Hotel
The Talbot Hotel was originally built in the early 17th century as a hunting lodge in the historic market town of Malton and has operated as an Inn since 1740. It has been owned by the Fitzwilliam Estate for more than 200 years and has recently undergone a stylish refurbishment, re-opening in April 2012. The restaurant has a cosy traditional setting, with the local passion for horse-racing present in the large pictures adorning the walls.
The kitchen presents classic British dishes with brasserie style meals and hearty pub classics, using the very best produce available from the local larder, as well as fruit from the hotel garden. Among the starters look for hand dived king scallops, warm beef and vegetable broth with pearl barley or seared foie gras, smoked eel, apple, black pudding purée and sherry vinegar dressing. Main courses embrace lightly smoked Waterford Farm loin of beef, creamed potato, kale, onion purée, wild mushrooms and white sultanas or pan fried salmon fillet, wilted spinach, charred spring onions, red wine tartare. Desserts bring on board delights such as white chocolate and whisky croissant butter pudding, served with single malt ice cream or chargrilled peach, mint and candied pistachio.
There is a well annotated wine list garnered from producers around the world, including select vintages from the renowned 'Chateau Talbot'.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.30pm
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.30pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card