Northumberland's only Michelin Star restaurant Hjem offers a taste of luxury for Mother's Day

Northumberland’s only Michelin starred restaurant has put together a delightful box of treats for Mother’s Day.

By Ian Smith
Wednesday, 3rd March 2021, 12:19 pm

Restaurant Hjem, at Wall, near Hexham, has already enjoyed sell-out success from its Christmas Comfort and Valentine’s Day boxes.

While lockdown continues to prevent head chef Alex Nietosvuori and his partner and restaurant manager, Ally Thompson from welcoming guests into Hjem’s dining room, the pair hope that these at-home offerings will help to make Mothering Sunday on March 14 that little bit more special.

The boxes are offered as one size only - ideal to share between two, or as a feast for one if lockdown is preventing you from spending Mothering Sunday with the ones you love.

Hjem is offering a Mother's Day box of treats.

Each box will contain all of the following:

Chicken skin crisps & wild garlic dip

Pork belly rillettes & crackling

Cured haddock & nettle dressing

Restaurant Hjem in Wall, near Hexham.

Yukon gold potato pancakes & smoked trout roe

Brown crab & pickled cucumber croustades

Doddington cheese & leek quiche

Darling blue cheese, seeded crispy flatbread & chutney

Head chef Alex Nietosvuori and restaurant manager Ally Thompson.

Sourdough bread & North Acomb Farm butter

Wild berry jam doughnut

Mixed nut nougat

Vanilla & Rum canelé

The Mothering Sunday boxes are available for pre-order now for delivery (NE postcodes only) or collection on March 12 13 or 14.

Orders can be made via the website at where visitors will also find a selection of gift vouchers in various denominations and packages, together with wines chosen by resident Sommelier Anna Frost, and a line-up of beers from Hjem’s favourite beer delivery company NE Brews.

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