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Hotels in Long Melford

The Black Lion Hotel & Restaurant
Church Walk
The Green

Long Melford
Suffolk

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A glance at our comments book will soon reassure you that you have arrived in a small haven. As far away from the ‘corporate’ style of hotel as possible but still having all the modern amenities you would expect.

‘Relaxing, resplendent, very cosmopolitan and chic, yet cosy and warm’, writes one guest.

‘Friendly and informal atmosphere, excellent food, wine and service; felt we were guests being made ‘at home’ in your home’, wrote another.

With comments like these, we feel we have achieved what we set out to do, to make our guests feel happy and relaxed. We look forward to welcoming you into our home and hope you have a wonderful stay.

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Nearest Train Station: Sudbury
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Won Best Restaurant Award in Suffolk by the readers of EADT Suffolk Magazine
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10

Price per Room:

Double: From £150
Single: From £97.50
weekend special offer available
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Restaurant

Cuisine: Classical/Continental
Chef: Annete Beasant
Awards: 1 AA Rosette
Won Best Restaurant Award in Suffolk by the readers of EADT Suffolk Magazine

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Open All Year
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Sample Menu:


STARTERS

Vichyssoise, Chilled Leek and Potato Soup
Fresh Herbed Ballontine of Scottish Salmon on
Citrus Salad with Rouille
Tian of Norfolk Crab and Hass Avocado,
Mango and Chilli Salsa
Stuffed Somerset Goat’s Cheese, with Mediterranean
Vegetables, Tapenade Dressing
Twice-Baked Long Melford Black Bacon, Garlic
Chive Soufflé, Plum Tomato and Basil Confit
A warm Salad of Beetroot and Rare Smoked
Fillet Beef, Walnut and Roquefort Dressing
A light Roasted Red Pepper Mousse,
Char Grilled Ciabatta, Green Pesto Dip
Confit of Guinea Fowl and Wild Mushroom Terrine,
On a Pistachio, Rocket and Red Onion Compote

MAIN COURSE

Breast of Gressingham Duck, Pan Seared and Cooked Pink,
Vegetable Spring Roll on Greengage Jam £16.25

Marinated Chilli and Lime Tuna, On Spiced Fine Noodles,
Drizzled with lemon Oil £17.50

Oven Roasted Rump of Suffolk Lamb, Grilled Vegetable
Gateaux, Dauphine potatoes, Warm Mixed Pepper Dressing £14.95

Pan Fried Aldeburgh Sea Bass, On Shell Fish Paella,
Vermouth Sauce £16.50

Aubergine Tikka Marsala, Pilaff Rice, Homemade
Garlic Naan Bread £10.95

A Warm Colston Basset Stilton, spinach and Shallot Roulade,
on Sautéed herb Potatoes £10.95

Crispy fried Haddock in Yeast Batter, Chipped Potatoes
and Homemade Tartar Sauce £10.95

Long Melford Sausages and Mash, Caramelised Onion
and Red Wine Gravy £10.50

Char Grilled Rib Eye Steak, Hand Cut Chunky Chips,
Poached Mushrooms and Topped with Garlic Butter £17.50

Slow Roasted Belly of Pork, On Mash Potato
With Apple Cider Jus £11.75

DESSERTS

Iced White Chocolate, Strawberry Parfait, Berry Coulis £4.95

Pistachio Linzer Torte, Anglaise Sauce £4.95

Panacotta with Saffron Poached Strawberries £4.95

A Warm Almond, Raspberry Tart
Topped with Clotted Cream £4.95

The Black Lion Summer Knickerbocker Glory Surprise £4.95

A Selection of Myatts Ice Cream £3.50

A Selection of Farmhouse Cheeses £6.95

COFFEE
Coffee or Tea, with Sweetmeats
Cappuccino
Coffee Latte
Espresso -
Liqueur Coffee

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