The Cherry House
Under the tutelage of chef-patron Andrew Corrick, The Cherry House offers visitors ﬁne British dining with a respectful nod to classic French cuisine, all set in a 400-year-old quintessential English country cottage. Located just three-and-a-half miles from the hubbub of the city centre, The Cherry House, thanks to its village setting, feels a million miles away. The restaurant’s name is derived from the original Cherry House that formed part of Cherry Farm, well known for its Werrington cherries. The menu today continues to utilise locally sourced ingredients as well as ethically sourced ﬁsh. An ever-evolving menu, the table d’hote changes fortnightly and the Sunday lunch menu changes on a monthly basis. The Cherry House offers something for serious food-lovers, for romantic evenings, corporate entertaining and for those just enjoying ﬁne British food freshly prepared with care and attention to detail. *Price represents the cost of a three-course meal from the table d’hote menu.