Review on The Dining Room at Solberge Hall
Built in 1824 by the father of a local MP and Justice of the Peace, Solberge Hall stands on the site of an eleventh-century manor mentioned in the Domesday Book. These days, it is surrounded by nine acres of woodland and award-winning gardens just a short drive from from Northallerton and the A1.
The Dining Room at Solberge Hall showcases a menu full of exciting flavours making excellent use of the finest Yorkshire produce. Expect the likes of local shot breast of pigeon, wild mushroom and truffle ravioli, spinach and port dressing, before a main course of pan seared bass, basil pomme puree, roast salsify, mussel and baby onion fricassee. While desserts tempt with warm dark chocolate and orange fondant, clementine puree and clementine sorbet or apple strudel, mixed spice, mixed spice pannacotta served with cinnamon ice cream.
Solberge Hall also has a Cocktail bar for pre and post dinner drinks and casual dining, as well as the elegant hotel lounge where you can enjoy a Yorkshire cream tea, while taking in the scenic views from the picture windows.
The Dining Room at Solberge Hall is also featured in: Michelin GuideRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.00pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express