Stallingborough Grange

Stallingborough Grange


0.5 miles
Riby Road, Stallingborough, Nr. Grimsby, DN41 8BU

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Nestled amid beautiful gardens in a quaint civil parish close to the Lincolnshire Wolds, Stallingborough Grange is the picture of period charm and sophistication. Although this 18th-Century thatched country house has retained many of its original features, first-class, modern cuisine takes centre stage in the restaurant.

On entering, we were greeted by the warm, inviting lounge bar, which doubles as a cosy snug where diners can peruse the menu or sample one of the numerous real ales and beers on offer. By day, the restaurant is a light, relaxed space with views over the wonderful gardens and koi pond, while by night, the candlelit room has a far more intimate atmosphere. Whether you're stopping by to enjoy an elegant lunch or a romantic dinner, Stallingborough Grange offers something for everyone.

Owing to the gorgeous surroundings both outside and in, our expectations were high for the meal ahead - and we certainly weren't disappointed. Head chef Daniel Bloue has succeeded in creating a brilliant menu, brimming with ambitious dishes, which is complemented by an ever-changing specials board. I began by choosing the asparagus dressed with truffl e oil vinaigrette and served with a crispy coated soft-boiled duck egg, which awoke my tastebuds. My partner's homemade chicken liver paté was rich and delicious, beautifully offset by sweet red-onion chutney and crunchy crostini.

Next, my main course was a real show-stopper; the herb-crusted rump of lamb, served with minted feta creamed potato, pea purée and a stunning redcurrant jus, was juicy, tender and perfectly presented on the plate. Opposite me was a succulent fillet of salmon from the specials board, served on a bed of wilted spinach with langoustines and fresh new potatoes; again, this creative dish was full of flavour.

So far, we had been suitably impressed, but the best was yet to come. My dark chocolate, peanut and salted caramel torte, drizzled with white chocolate sauce and served with ice cream, was unbelievably luxurious - I'd never tasted anything quite like it. My companion, meanwhile, delved into a velvety smooth creme brulée with homemade buttery shortbread. Needless to say, we ended on a high note
+3Stallingborough Grange
Opening Hours:
Food Served Times:
Mon:12pm-2pm, 6pm-9.30pm
Tues:12pm-2pm, 6pm-9.30pm
Weds:12pm-2pm, 6pm-9.30pm
Thurs:12pm-2pm, 6pm-9.30pm
Fri:12pm-2pm, 6pm-9.30pm
Sat:12pm-2pm, 6pm-9.30pm

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