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A good choice for special occasions, Peckforton Castle has certainly got a lot going for it. The gothic-style edifice may be an early-Victorian pastiche, but the rough-hewn walls, battlements &
turrets have stood in for the real thing in many a film, & now form a stunning backdrop to dinner in the plush 1851 Restaurant. On offer is a thoroughly modern menu peppered with luxury
ingredients & seasonal touches, featuring beautifully presented dishes ranging from poached scallop raviolo with young fennel, roasted langoustine, shellfish essence & fennel pollen to a
classic tournedos Rossini with sticky rib pudding, truffled potato & sweet shallot confit. Casual meals are also available in the 2010 Brasserie, located in the former scullery; here you can
expect paninis, soup, pasta, fish & chips, rib-eye steaks & such like.
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