Review on Cherry House Restaurant
From the outside, the Cherry House looks quintessentially English, a pretty-as-a-picture country cottage with a steep thatched roof, tiny windows and thick walls. It stands just a short drive from Peterborough's urban sprawl, but it could be a world away. Inside it doesn't disappoint, with low ceilings, exposed beams and inglenook fireplaces adding to the rustic feel of the place.
The cosiness of the setting belies the rather elaborate Anglo-French food produced by Andrew Corrick - who learned his craft in several top London addresses. Menus change every couple of weeks, but you might kick off with a mille-feuille of smoked salmon or a trio a cheeses in pastry with cranberry compote. Main courses often feature classic sauces - whisky and chive with medallions of beef, Madeira for Grasmere Farm pork topped with apricot and sage soufflé, red onion and port jus with calf's liver on olive oil mash, for example. Classic desserts such as tiramisù are mostly from the trolley.
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Andrew Corrick and David Marshall
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm Tue-Fri & Sun (2.30pm Sun)
Dinner: 6.30 - 10.00pm Tue-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card