Review on Sherbourne House Hotel
A sedate-looking Georgian residence built around 1740, Sherbourne House stands on the outskirts of Attleborough within easy reach of Norwich and the Brecklands. It's now a privately run, country house hotel with facilities for conferences and weddings and even has its own catering service.
Dinner is the main event, and the kitchen makes good use of local produce, including Norfolk beef and shellfish from the coast. Among the dishes on offer might be terrine of duck and venison with fig and juniper jelly, seared haddock with crisp potatoes, mustard lentils, sautéed cabbage and capers, or roast saddle of rabbit wrapped in Parma ham with a gâteau of vegetables. Baked Russet apple filled with spiced plums is a nostalgically English dessert, or you might prefer gypsy tart with nutmeg cream.
Lunches and light early-evening meals are available in the relaxed Conservatory, where the menu focuses on dishes like tuna niçoise, Cromer crab salad and minute steak au poivre with chips.
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Modern British / European
Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 6.00pm - 8.00pm Mon-Sat (8.45pm last orders Fri & Sat)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express