Crathorne Hall in North Yorkshire offers guests a selection of culinary experiences. Whether it is fine dining in the Leven Restaurant, traditional afternoon tea in the Drawing Room or a taste of the private dining rooms, alfresco dining or the Nancy Tennant bar, there is an option for any event or special occasion – or simply to indulge.
Where is Crathorne Hall located?
The Leven Restaurant is located at The Crathorne Hall which was built in 1906 and provides spectacular views across the Leven Valley at the edge of the Yorkshire Moors.
What cuisine is on offer at Crathorne Hall?
The Leven offers an elegant atmosphere to dine, with modern British cuisine, and a menu with plenty of local influences, offering the best of the season. Classic dishes from aged ribbon steak to fresh fish and chips with Buttered peas and Tartare sauce are available, alongside a range of hand-picked favourites. All the dishes are classic or contemporary, are packed with passion and are served by the team with a warm welcome. They have also created menus just for children.
What is the signature dish at Crathorne Hall?
Dishes are changed regularly but diners can always expect to see the signature wood pigeons of Yorkshire Dales, Bishop Auckland's pork, Yorkshire ham and Harrogate cheeses.