Simply click the plus sign title to expand and view each course below of our Sample Menu
Fillet of warm home smoked loch Duart salmon – local black pudding – garlic puree – curry spices
Corn fed chicken liver parfait – shallot chutney – sour dough Melba toasts
Marinated local beetroot – William pear – goat’s cheese – wild watercress – truffle oil
Fillet of herb cured wild turbot – smoked bacon mayonnaise – local asparagus
Local Fillet of 21 day aged beef – thick cut duck fat chips – Caesar salad – marrowbone butter
Local Saddle of Dorset lamb – crushed peas – braised heritage potatoes
Basil and mint Salsa Verdi
Dark chocolate terrine – salted pretzel crumble – goat’s cheese curd
Alphonso mango mousse – avocado puree – lime syrup – toasted pistachios
Strawberry and rhubarb jam crumble – marmalade ice cream
Slate of artisan cheeses
Why not ask Julie for the wine list again so you can choose to purchase a glass of dessert wine to accompany?
French press coffee or English tea served with homemade chocolate – £3.95
How’s about a glass of Cognac or Ruby Port (best enjoyed with the ganache chocolate!) to round off? We have a range and various prices accordingly.
The Vine House Menu is changed daily, with the emphasis on quality. Driven by Marcus’ creativity according to the freshest available produce and seasonal variations, delights are a fusion of traditional English and modern continental cuisine with a twist. Prices held at £33 for 3 courses of delicious dining!
£33.00 for 3 courses
< Please view our Sample Menu. The Menu changes daily according to fresh produce so please be aware this is our Sample Menu as an indication only.
For Today’s Menu please contact the VHH restaurant staff.
Booking is essential to avoid disappointment
A service charge of 12.5 % will be added to the total bill.
We cannot guarantee all our dishes are allergen free. For allergen information please ask Julie or Tracey. With prior notice, minimum 24 hours, special diets and vegetarian options can be catered for.
The extensive cellar is comprised to appeal to all, with house wines starting at £17.50 per bottle.