Review on Dalesman Country Inn
The Dales Way and the Cumbrian Cycle Way run straight past the door of this sixteenth-century inn under the bracken-clad fell of Winder, making it handy for idyllic riverside walks along Dee or hikes up on Howgill Fells.
Lunch is a simple affair of sandwiches, pies and the like. Evening brings a choice of a bar menu or the full restaurant works, but you can choose from either menu wherever you are seated.
The bar menu is a familiar run through ham hock terrine, char-grilled steaks, slow-roast lamb shank, pasta and so forth. On the full menu, you can expect starters like tiger prawns with coriander and tomato, or smoked salmon and caper salad, then pan-fried Gressingham duck breast with celeriac mash and plums or monkfish wrapped in bacon with mustard cream sauce, followed by orange crème brûlée or chocolate and Baileys terrine.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 11.00am (12.00 Sun) through until
Dinner: 11.00pm (10.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card