The oak panelled Terrace restaurant in an 18th century country house hotel on the Beaulieu estate in the heart of the New Forest provides the stage for the prodigous talents of chef Matthew Tomkinson. There's delightful gardens views, but you won't be distracted for long from dishes such as wild Lymington sea trout wrapped in Parma ham served with new seasons peas, broad beans and braised organic lettuce created with local produce and bursting with flavour and integrity. Tomkinson gives current foodie fashions short shrift without completely forsaking modernity. You won't find any foams on your plate but there's nothing outdated about a crisp croquette of free range pig’s trotter and smoked ham hock that's served with a caper and raisin puree.
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The Montagu Arms Hotel is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"Matthew Tomkinson is a major culinary star in the making, and has already achieved numerous accolades. No surprise when he’s serving roasted diver caught scallops with braised pig’s trotter, red wine pickled pears and Dorset watercress. Ask for a room with a garden view."
Information on The Montagu Arms Hotel , Beaulieu
Open: Daily 12:00-14:30, 19:00-21:30
Seating Capacity: 60
Private Dining: yes for up to 32 guests
Accommodation: Number of Rooms: 22
Room Prices from: £185
Wheel Chair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 4Star, AA 3 Rosettes, Michelin Star, Good Food Guide
|Local Directions:||From London, take the M3, bypass Winchester and join the M27 westbound (Bournemouth). Leave the M27 at junction 2, turn left at the roundabout, follow brown tourist signs for National Motor Museum and Beaulieu (A326). Continue along the A326 until Dibden Purlieu, turn right at the roundabout onto the B3054 signposted to Beaulieu. On entering Beaulieu village The Montagu Arms is on the left.|
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