The Nutters in question are not only chef-about-town Andrew, but also Rodney and Jean, who keep the books in check at their son’s comfortable restaurant overlooking Rochdale. Housed in an 18th-century manor surrounded by six acres of “fabulous” grounds, it offers a plethora of delights from “lovely” afternoon tea to Sunday lunch and a ‘gourmet’ offer. Andrew’s cooking reflects his frequent travels, but he’s also keen on local ingredients – witness a signature dish of crispy Bury black pudding wontons with ‘confetti of vegetables’. Otherwise, expect anything from a warm tart of seared scallops, wilted spinach and ceps to Goosnargh chicken ‘two ways’ (a mini Kiev and a roulade wrapped in Parma ham). Nutters is a slick operation, but reasonable prices and a sense of fun helps to keep things tight: how about a DIY caramel crème brûlée with English fudge snaps or caramelised lime tart with a Grey Goose vodka and ginger beer sorbet? “Never disappointed”, says a fan.
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