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Chalk Lane Hotel

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Nestled away in a leafy corner of Epsom and just a stone's throw from the home of the world famous Epsom Derby and a short walk to the station, sits the historic Chalk Lane Hotel. The hotel is privately owned and managed by the proprietor who has many years' experience in the hotel business. Whether you are looking for a cosy weekend away, a delicious meal with family and friends, or an intimate wedding venue, this hidden gem is sure to delight you.

The intimate restaurant offers a variety of mouth-watering and interesting dishes from starters to desserts.

Whether you decide to lunch on a weekday, enjoy a traditional Sunday lunch, or indulge in the evening a la carte menu, your experience in the restaurant is sure to be an enjoyable one.

French Head Chef, Vincent Hiss, brings his own masterful flare based on classic French cooking to the restuarant's menus. Vincent was head chef of the Babylon at the Roof Gardens in Kensington for 8 years prior to coming to Chalk Lane. He masterfully blends the flavours of the season into a tempting array of dishes using as a base nothing but the freshest fish delivered daily from Brixham harbour, meat from the highlands of Scotland and fresh vegetables and fruit delivered from Covent Garden.

Using either the Woodcote, Chessington or Epsom rooms the hotel can also cater for private parties and weddings ranging from 10 to 100 people.

All our rooms have been given individual attention in terms of decor and detail and are all ensuite. If you're looking for a home from home with that extra bit of luxury, charm and a personal touch, you've come to the right place.

With our promise of a warm welcome, professional service, great seasonal food and enchanting surroundings, the team are committed to ensuring that you enjoy every minute of your stay with us.

Complimentary WiFi
Sunday Lunch is available and priced at £24.00 2 courses , £28.50 3 courses


Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 21
Number Ensuite: 21

Price per Room:

Double: From £100 - £140
Single: From £75 - £105
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Name: The Restaurant @ Chalk Lane
Cuisine: French/British
Chef: Vincent Hiss

For menu click here

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Open All Year
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Sample Menu:

A la Carte Menu


Roast Breast of Squab, Leg Jambonnette, Roast Baby Fennel, Squab Jus Vinaigrette

Salad of Scottish Lobster, Crab and Tiger Prawn, Tarragon Veloute, Beetroot Confiture

Risotto of Razor Clams, Grilled Baby Leeks, Pomodori Tomato, Sweet Basil Shoots

Torchon of Foie Gras, Confit of navel Orange, Bitter Orange Puree

Warm Salad of White Asparagus, Enoki and Shimeji Mushrooms, Braised Cipolline Onions, Truffle Potato Crisps

Carpaccio of Tuna Nicoise, Olive Tapenade, Quails Egg, Tomato and French Bean Vinaigrette

Main Courses

Herb Roasted Rack of Scottish Black Face Lamb, Cassoulet of Wax Beans, Tomato and Broad Beans

Steamed Fillet of Sea Bass, Stir Fry of Bok Choi, Palm Hearts, Chilli and Ginger, Shoyu Dressing

Emince of Angus Beef Fillet, Roast Binje Potatoes, Grey Morel Mushrooms, Bearnaise Reduction

Seared Fillet of Brill, Scallop Slices, Tagliatelle of Leek, Sauce Poireaux

Slow Roasted Belly of Pork, Pancetta Lardons, Serano Ham, Spicy Tomato Compote

Roast Tail of Monkfish, Baby Globe Artichoke, Potato Wrap, Wild Mushroom and Savoy Cabbage Parcel, Red Wine Jus

Chocolate Cream, Madagascan Vanilla Ice Cream

Blood Orange Tartlet, Compote of Baby Kiwi Fruit

Pistachio Crème Brulee, Black Berry Ice Cream, Almond Biscuit

Nashi Pear Tatin, Calvados Ice Cream

British and French Cheese Selection Served with Oatcakes

Home Made Ice Creams & Sorbets
Made to order in the kitchen using the Swiss Paco Jet System.
No additives & minimum sugar in every flavor.

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