The Glenbank House Hotel

The Glenbank House Hotel

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Castlegate, Jedburgh, TD8 6BD

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When we turned off Jedburgh High Street into the drive of The Glenbank House Hotel we really felt that we had arrived in the countryside. This beautiful Victorian house with ivy and trailing plants partially covering its walls has ample outside car parking and a beer garden, and nestles comfortably within the historic burgh of Jedburgh. Inside, the decor is cosy and welcoming in its traditional design. The walls in the bar are covered with interesting memorabilia and pictures of local rugby legends and the bar is well stocked with an exceptional array of malt whiskies.

The lunch menu is refreshingly simple with lots of choice, and a look at the evening à la carte menu revealed an inspiring selection that included shallot and cherry tomato tart with goat's cheese topping, and smoked haddock and crab spring rolls with a sweet chilli dressing to start. The sheer thought of the mains is enough to make the mouth water; fillet of pork Wellington coupled with roasted vegetables and thyme-roasted potatoes, Oriental marinated chicken supreme on stir-fried noodles and the wild mushroom tagliatelle topped with buffalo mozzarella are just three of the eight choices on offer.

For lunch my companion opted for soup of the day; carrot and orange served with a warm roll and butter. It was piping hot, sweet and very tasty, while my melon was juicy and very well presented. Our main courses were exceptional. The chicken curry was a really tasty and fiery option that left me totally contented. My friend was swayed by the vegetarian lasagne, which was fabulous - filling, creamy and flavoursome with a medley of vegetables between its packed layers. Dessert too was a memorable affair; the white chocolate mousse with basil was delicate and fluffy, while my friend's warm plum and cinnamon bread and butter pudding proved sinfully gooey and delicious.

Our dining experience here was a resounding success; the quality and presentation of the meal more than surpassed our expectations.
+2The Glenbank House Hotel
Open: Food Served: Mon-Sat noon-2pm, 6pm-9pm; Sun noon-3pm, 6pm-9pm (High Tea 4pm-6pm)

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