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Restaurants in Sturminster Newton

Plumber Manor
Sturminster Newton

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Plumber Manor, standing in its own grounds with the Develish stream running along the edge of the lawn, is situated in the heart of Thomas Hardy's Blackmore Vale. It provides a welcome but unstuffy retreat from which to visit the many delights of Dorset including churches, historic houses and the wonderful countryside and coast.

Brian Prideaux Brune's cooking is renowned and much praised in all the good guides, and combined with the wide ranging wine list Plumber provides an ideal place for an away from it all gastronomic holiday.

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Sample Menu:

Homemade French Watercress Soup
Avocado, Melon and Crab with Marie Rose Sauce
Chicken Liver Paté with Homemade Chutney
Wild Mushroom Mille Feuille with Brandy, Basil and Cream
Gravadlax with Smoked Salmon
Asparagus with Hot Butter
Grilled Goat's Cheese with Roasted Peppers
Lemon Sole with Grapes and White Wine
Fillet of Salmon with Green Peppercorn Sauce
Loin of Pork with Apples and Sage Jus
Chicken with Lemon and Tarragon
Guinea Fowl with Black Cherries and Cinnamon
Medallion of Beef with Stilton Mousse
Vegetarian Main Course
Served with a selection of Fresh Vegetables
A Selection of Homemade Puddings or Cheese and Biscuits

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