The smart, chandeliered restaurant with its pristine napery opens out onto the terrace of this magnificent lodge with its beautifully maintained gardens. The Camellia two AA Rosette restaurant offers new and flavoured dishes prepared by the highly skilled team of chefs. With fresh vegetables from the hotel's walled kitchens and the finest local Sussex ingredients, the menu's have a unique style in which traditional seasonal dishes can be interpreted in a balanced and contemporary way.
Where is The Camellia at South Lodge located?
One of South Lodges, three award-winning restaurants. You will find The Camellia in the luxury hotel in Sussex offering the best in relaxation, with breathtaking views of the South Downs.
What cuisine is on offer at The Camellia at South Lodge?
Modern English dishes range from starters of slow braised shoulder of lamb, white turnip puree, herb crust, fermented turnip, lamb sauce, Shetland scallop, pressed chorizo and pig cheek, sweet corn puree, roasted baby corn, micro coriander, to main courses of loin of venison, roasted parsnip, pickled blackberry, Jerusalem artichoke dumpling, 70% chocolate sauce or line caught wild sea bass, glazed chicken wing, broccoli puree, roasted Jerusalem artichoke, purple sprouting broccoli, chicken and cider cream. Deliciously tempting desserts such as chocolate and orange Paris brest, orange marmalade, chocolate crèmeux, mandarin sorbet or spiced custard tart apple and pear compote, pear sorbet.
What makes a meal at The Camellia at South Lodge unique?
Head chef Jamie Gibson works with the hotel's local food heroes to produce a seasonal and distinctive dining menu served where possible from the well-stocked kitchen garden.