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Crown Hotel
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The historic, early-17th-century hotel is a beautiful, country-style hotel in Lyndhurst, the heart of the New Forest. Best Western The Crown Hotel has a superb location for touring the New Forest National Park, Beaulieu and the south coast. For business travellers the M27 (junction 1) is less than 10 minutes’ drive away, and Southampton city centre is 8 miles away (12.9 km). Enjoy log fires, cosy lounges, beautiful gardens with water features, an award-winning brasserie and friendly staff. Conference and private-function facilities are available. There is a large, free, on-site car park. Pets are welcome. Please note that we are a popular wedding and party venue. To ensure that you have a quiet weekend, please contact the hotel for details of any functions that may be organised at any given time.

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Sample Menu:


Twice baked smoked haddock soufflé with cherry tomatoes and Dijon mustard cream
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Wild New Forest mushrooms sautéed and served on a mixed leaf salad
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Ham hock terrine with a date and apple chutney
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The original Caesar salad
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Asparagus with a lemon hollandaise and herb brioche
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Fresh daily soup

Main Courses

Chicken breast filled with a spicy artichoke mousse and a spring onion mash with a white wine tarragon cream sauce
Wine suggestion: Hardys Riddle, Colombard-Chardonnay £5.00 per 250ml glass
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Monkfish and king prawn kebab with a sweet chili sauce and wild rice
Wine suggestion: J.Brader, Mosel-Raar-Ruwer, Piesporter £4.50 per 250ml glass
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Slices of Dorset beef with hand cut chips and sauce béarnaise
Wine suggestion: Valle Andino, Maule Valley , Merlot £4.80 per 250ml glass
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Grilled fillets of sea bass with ratatouille and sauté potatoes
Wine suggestion: J. Moreau & Fils, Moreau Blanc £4.00 per 250ml glass
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A summer casserole of rabbit slow cooked with herb dumplings and baby vegetables
Wine suggestion: Whispering Hills Premium White £4.80 per 250ml glass
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Grilled polenta with a ragout of roasted vegetables and melted goats cheese
Wine suggestion: J.Brader, Mosel-Raar-Ruwer, Piesporter £4.50 per 250ml glass
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Rack of local lamb, mustard and herb crust with Dauphinoise potatoes
Wine suggestion: Hardys Riddle, Shiraz-Cabernet £5.00 per 250ml glass
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Sirloin Steak (8oz)
Supplement £4.00
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Fillet of beef (8oz)
Supplement £5.00
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T-bone steak (14oz)
Supplement £6.00

Canapé, Appetizer, Main course, Dessert and Coffee with petit fours only £25.50 p.p.

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