Christmas menu for the Castle Hotel in Bishop's Castle

Date Posted: 28th November 2013

Christmas menu for the Castle Hotel in Bishop's Castle Served lunch or dinner:

Starters

All starters are served with homemade bread

  • Curried parsnip & apple soup
  • Homemade Cornish potted crab
  • Twice baked goats cheese soufflé with port & cranberry compote
  • Wild boar, apricot & chestnut terrine with homemade piccalilli

Mains

All main courses are served with roast potatoes and a selection of winter vegetables

  • Roast Turkey with pork, tarragon & apricot stuffing, sausages in bacon & pan-gravy
  • Shropshire Game, red wine & wild mushroom pie
  • Leek, spinach & pine nut filo parcel with tomato & sweet chilli sauce
  • Herb crusted fillet of hake on a rustic vegetable casserole

Homemade Desserts

  •  The Castle Hotel Christmas pudding with brandy butter & cream
  • Apple & cinnamon crème brulee with homemade cinnamon shortbread
  • Steamed chocolate sponge pudding with hot chocolate custard
  • Vanilla ice-cream baked Alaska
  • A selection of local cheeses, biscuits, celery, grapes and homemade chutney (£2.50 Supplement)

Christmas Crackers included

This menu must be pre-booked and your selections ordered at least one week in advance of the date of your booking.

LUNCH & DINNER  3 courses – £21.95  2 courses – £18.95

Glass of homemade spiced mulled wine – £2.95

Call 01588 638403 to book your table!





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