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Square Meal Review of The Restaurant at Brockencote Hall Hotel
This dreamy Victorian mansion is currently reaping the benefits of a serious refurb, but it remains a vision of English pastoral tranquillity complete with 70 acres of parkland, a scenic lake and
glimpses of the Malvern Hills in the distance. Stately elegance still prevails in Brockencote’s flagship Chaddesley Restaurant, although the cooking has changed tack following the arrival of a new
chef. Seasonal British ingredients now take pride of place on a menu that might offer seared scallops with pork belly, butternut squash and wood sorrel ahead of, say, breast of Loomswood duck with
heritage carrot, rhubarb and spiced sauce or a pairing of local lamb with Harvington asparagus, olive and curd. Desserts such as pistachio mousse with new season’s cherry sorbet aim for dramatic
impact, and the food is supported by an aristocratic wine cellar.