Restaurant 1881 at Wrea Head Hall

Restaurant 1881 at Wrea Head Hall


0.5 miles
Barmoor Lane, Scalby, Scarborough, YO13 0PB
Wrea Head Hall is only two miles from the heart of Scarborough and has stunning gardens that wrap all around the handsome Victorian building. Built in 1881, the restaurant blends both the grand days of dining and modern British cooking. The daily-changing menus that focus on fresh produce can make it tricky to decide what to eat. Local produce such as venison and pheasant, when in season, reflects the country house's surroundings. We relaxed and ordered a bottle of the house red wine from the extensive list available, before a waiter escorted us to the dining room. Guests can also eat lunch on the terrace if the sun is shining. Our starters of smoked chicken breast with Roquefort panna cotta and pickled pear and walnut emulsion, and my partner's grilled skewered king prawns with a sweet chilli dipping sauce were both mouth-watering and flavoursome. Next came our beautifully presented mains; I opted for the salmon- and crayfish-stuffed plaice fillet on land and sea risotto and samphire vinaigrette (the risotto is a house speciality here) and my partner chose the fillet steak with homemade pâté. Desserts tasted just as good as they looked. The glazed tangy lemon tart and the banana-glazed lemongrass and ginger crème brûlée were delightful
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