Dining at The Coniston Hotel Country Estate & Spa

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Available 2-5 June 2022

Our Suppliers:

Jacksons, Cracoe
6.2 Miles
“Here at Jacksons we are a family run business. Having been established for over thirty years, we are widely known and appreciated in the local area.….We are famous for our award winning specialist sausages, and offer a wide variety of local meats”

Neves, Fleetwood
20 Miles
“Neve Fleetwood supply quality fresh fish and seafood to the catering industry throughout the North West…..Neve Fleetwood's staff hold a wealth of knowledge and experience within the fish and seafood industry the majority having grown up in the local area.”

Class One, Skipton
6.9 Miles
“A family business with three generations of experience in fresh produce, we want our customers to be inspired by our range and amazed by the quality of what we deliver. Our home base is in Skipton and our customers include leading restaurants, cafes, hotels, pubs, bars, schools and caterers across the north of England.”

Starters | £9.00

North Atlantic Prawns, Home Made Sauce, Micro Red Chard, Brown Toast, Dill & Lemon Butter
Our prawn cocktail gives a nod to British Television Chef Fanny Cradock

Monkfish, Aerated Heton Dark Horse Beer Scraps, Crushed Garden Peas, Potato Crisps, Salt & Vinegar Gel 
Not what Charles Dickens had in mind when he wrote about the 'fried fish warehouse' in his 1839 book 'Oliver Twist' 

Coniston Home-Made Black Pudding Scotch Egg, Houses of Parliament Sauce
Rumoured to have been invented in Whitby, Yorkshire in the 19th Century



Main Courses | £19.00

Jacksons of Cracoe 28 Day Dry Ages, Roast Sirloin of Beef, Dripping Roast Potatoes, Yorkshire Pudding and Gravy
Is there anything more British than a Roast Dinner?

Coronation Chicken, Pomegranate, Wild Rice, Baby Leaf Spinach, Avocado & Cucumber
Created for the 1953 Coronation Luncheon, at Le Cordon Bleu Culinary school in London

Toad in The Hole
Jacksons Sausage in a Yorkshire pudding, Baked Mashed Potato & Onion Gravy
First Appeared in print in 1762. It's got history!

Bubble & Squeak
Smoked Bubble and Squeak potato cake, Poached Duck Egg, Apple & Yorkshire Fettle Salad, Apple Cider Vinegar Dressing
This dish become vegetarian in 1951 due to rationing during WW2 and meat being in short supply

Desserts | £8.00

Sticky Toffee Pudding, Toffee Sauce & Vanilla Ice Cream
The exact origin of this pudding is disputed, however the one thing that is not disputed is that it is British

Victoria Sponge, Clotted Cream & Raspberry
Named after Queen Victoria who was reported to regularly eat a slice of sponge with her Afternoon Tea

Treacle Tart
Created in the 1880's at the time Henry Tate & Sons and Abram Lyle & Sons merged brining the British created golden syrup onto the market