Find this restaurant is set in the town centre in a 16th century building above a shop. It's the first venture as a chef/proprietor for Tristan Mason, who has worked his way around some of the South East's best kitchens and his standards are high.
A summer snapshot of his menu listed 'Wood Pigeon, Smoked Duck, Black Fig & Chocolate'; 'Scallops with Beetroot & Black Pudding'; 'Cured Foie Gras with Rhubarb, Brioche & Pistachios' and 'Arbroath Smokie Ravioli with Quail's Egg & Parsnip Soup' among the starters.
'Rack & Shoulder of Lamb with Prune Purée and Clam & Lavender Risotto'; 'Sea Bass with Mussels with Heritage Potatoes & Samphire'; 'Daube of Beef, Bavette, Caramelised Turnip & Watercress' and 'Best End of Veal Chasseur-Style' listed among the mains.
While 'Banana Tart Tatin, Lemon Sauce, Caramelised Walnut & Parsley Ice Cream' ;'Black Pepper Pannacotta with Poached Strawberries & Passion Fruit Granita' and 'Chocolate Fondant with Amaretto Sabayon, Truffle Jelly & Fromage Sorbet' set the style of desserts.
Artisan Cheeses are offered for those with a savoury tooth.
- Food Style: Modern European
- Lunch: Tues-Sat 12.00-14.30; Brunch dishes in Bar about £9 to £12; set L £30 (3 courses), £35 (4 courses); Tasting Menu 70 (6 courses), £90 (8 courses)
- Dinner: Tues-Sat 18.30-21.00; set D £30 (3 courses), £35 (4 courses); Tasting Menu 70 (6 courses), £90 (8 courses)
- Seats: 36
- Wine: an expansive and well-chosen list, travels the world, kicking off in the mid £20’s
- Nearest station: Horsham Rail
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Closed: all Sun & Mon, 25th Dec to 2nd week Jan, last 2 weeks July
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Wed 15th February 2012 by nigel crossley
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