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The Grange at Oborne

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The Grange is a beautiful 200 year old country house with attractive formal gardens, peacefully situated just 1 mile from the historic town of Sherborne.

This small privately owned hotel and restaurant, provides a very individual and professional service to all their guests - those that are new and those that return year after year. The managers, Jenny and Jon, create a warm and welcoming atmosphere making your arrival at the hotel a real pleasure; you will quickly feel at ease and whether you are on holiday or on a business trip, your stay at The Grange will be a pleasant and relaxing experience

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Sample Menu:

February 2009

“The sun peeps thro’ the window pain

which children mark we’ laughing eye.”

To Start

Creamy Pea Soup, Crème Fraiche

Cured Salmon, Crème Fraiche, Caviar, Chicory, Green Chilli &

Coriander Dressing

Creamy Smoked Haddock Chowder, Fresh Chive, Poached Quails Egg

Seared Venison Loin, Textures of Apple, Sakura Cress

Savarin of Goats Cheese,

Poached Baby Pear, Sweet Roasted Walnuts, Red Wine and Walnut Dressing

Home made Chicken & Wild Mushroom Terrine,

Mushroom Essence, Tarragon Oil, Sakura Cress

2 Courses £25.00 or 3 Courses £31.00

VAT included

Please advise a member of Staff if you have any food allergies.

Service not included. Gratuities at your discretion.

In accordance with recent legislation, guests must be at least 16 years of age and accompanied by an adult to consume alcohol with a meal.

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