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Inns in Romaldkirk

Rose & Crown Hotel (The)
Romaldkirk
County Durham

DL12 9EB | View map
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Sample Menu:

FOUR COURSE DINNER @ £35.00 per person


Smoked salmon (£3.95 sup. Charge)
Mr Woodall’s Cumberland ham and melon (£1.95 sup. Charge)
Smooth chicken liver parfait, Cumberland sauce, wholemeal toast
Baked smoked salmon soufflé, chive cream sauce
Rose and Crown ham hock terrine, fig and apple chutney
Celery, apple, grape and walnut salad, olive oil dressing

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Carrot and lime soup

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PAN FRIED FILLET OF COD, LIGHTLY SPICED TOMATO, POTATO AND PEPPER BROTH, LEAF SPINACH, CRISP WILD MUSHROOMS, SEA SALT

ROAST CORN FED CHICKEN BREAST, ROULADE OF CHICKEN, ROOT VEGETABLE MASH, SPRING GREENS, FONDANT POTATO, GRILLED PANCETTA, MUSHROOM JUS

CHAR GRILLED LOIN OF VENISON, SAUTEED POTATOES, BRAISED CHICORY, ONION MARMALADE, CELERIAC MASH, CHESTNUTS, RED WINE JUS

CHAR GRILLED RIB EYE OF GREAT BRITISH BEEF, GARLIC MUSHROOMS, GRILLED TOMATO, HOME MADE CHUNKY CHIPS (£3.95 sup. charge)

GOATS CHEESE CROSTINI, BABY TOMATOES, ROCKET, BALSAMIC JUS

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Warm blueberry and almond tart, vanilla ice cream
Chocolate and rum pot
Rose and Crown marmalade ice cream
Cotherstone, smoked Wensleydale and blue Wensleydale cheeses

Coffee and fudge


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