Take shelter at the Alnwick Treehouse with new winter menu

While it’s still very cold outside, what could be more welcoming than white onion Northumberland nettle cheese soup or slow roasted potted rabbit … and that’s just for starters.

Monday, 24th February 2020, 6:00 am
Updated Wednesday, 26th February 2020, 12:37 am
New winter menu at the Treehouse, Alnwick.
New winter menu at the Treehouse, Alnwick.

Throw in some classics like prawn cocktail and smoked salmon with rye bread or thickly sliced homemade Durham bread with the hearty homemade soup and you’ve ticked all the boxes.

Classic dishes for the cold snap include lamb rump with roasted butternut squash, kale and pearl barley, cod fillet seared to perfection with caramelised balsamic onions, confit cherry tomatoes and creamy mashed potato, 28-day aged rib eye steak and Barnsley chop.

Delicious, colourful vegetarian dishes also await, with choices including roast harissa spiced cauliflower, a hearty Beets Burger with a pretzel bun, Asian slaw and thick cut chips, marinated smoked tofu with satay sauce and cauliflower rice.

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Alnwick Treehouse.

This is what you can expect from the new winter menu from the world’s biggest Treehouse at The Alnwick Garden and the wizardry of chef Rhys Faulkner-Walford and his brigade.

Rhys said: “Our new winter menu offers something for everyone. I have enjoyed working with the regional selection of high quality meat, fish and vegetables.

“We look forward to welcoming you to the Treehouse, and of course we always welcome feedback from our diners.”

Searcys, which caters for The Gherkin and The Orangery at Blenheim Palace no less, is the official catering partner at The Alnwick Garden.

Victoria Watson, General Manager for Searcys at The Alnwick Garden, and Executive Chef Rhys Faulkner-Walford.

The Treehouse restaurant is open Monday to Saturday 12-3pm, Sunday 12-4pm, Wednesday to Saturday 6-8pm.

For more information, visit www.alnwickgardenhospitality.com