Each season head chef David Sotheran creates a delicious al la carte restaurant menu using many local ingredients, from Yorkshire's abundant larder. Enjoy a fine dining experience in award-winning Chaloner's Restaurant, with traditional décor and views of the grounds and countryside, served by a friendly team delivering great service.
Where is Chaloner's Restaurant located?
Chaloner's Restaurant is set in the original house of Gisborough Hall, just outside the market town of Guisborough.
Open each evening for dinner, you don't need to be a guest at Gisborough Hall to dine in Chaloner's Restaurant, booking is always recommended.
What cuisine is on offer at Chaloner's Restaurant?
Chaloner's restaurant offers Rosette-awarded fine-dining, with an extensive wine list to complement the food. The head chef and his brigade use seasonal and locally sourced, produce to create a mouth-watering menu.
What is the signature dish at Chaloner's Restaurant?
With its location close to both the coast and countryside, dishes featuring local produce are the signature dishes on the menu.
Chaloner's menu features delicious fish and game dishes such as rump of Stokesley lamb and North Sea hake.
The head chef is a passionate advocate of local suppliers, using as much seasonal game and fish in his dishes including rump of Stokesley lamb and North Sea hake. Alongside other locally sourced dishes such as 35–day aged Himalayan salt Yorkshire sirloin steak and roast vegetable & Durham Camembert Wellington.
What makes a meal at Chaloner's Restaurant unique?
Gisborough Hall's beautiful surroundings, quality food and attentive service will deliver a memorable experience, whether you are celebrating a special occasion, looking to treat loved ones or want to host corporate guests for dinner, Chaloner's Restaurant is the perfect setting.
After dinner head to ‘The Safe', originally built as the muniment room where the deeds for the estate were once kept, this Chubb safe has been lovingly transformed into a magnificent liquor room. For a unique and luxurious drinks experience, you can choose from a selection of fine and unusual whisky's, after dinner brandies and wines, or a selection of craft gins. The hardest part of your evening will be deciding which drinks to enjoy.
In addition to Chaloner's Restaurant, guests can also enjoy dining in De Brus Bar & Grill; an informal and contemporary place to meet, drink and dine. A great place to enjoy drinks with friends, a freshly brewed coffee and cake, or enjoy an informal lunch or supper. Chef has prepared a menu that offers a range of dishes from ‘the grill' alongside some favourites such as fish and chips and the De Brus burger. If you fancy something a little lighter the smaller dishes may be for you. Choose a few smaller dishes and ‘a bit on the side' for a meal full of different flavours – think salt baked beetroot, pickled watermelon and samphire, salt and pepper squid or the power salad; packed with super foods. The question is, to share or not to share?