27 High Street, BALSHAM, CB21 4DJ
Topped by a mop of thatch and with a fabulous garden and terrace, Balsham's village hostelry has its own-brewed real ale on tap and a choice of eating spaces from the tucked-away nooks around the bar to a barn with a lofty vaulted ceiling and chunky solid oak tables. Start, perhaps, with pan-fried pigeon breast with beetroot, lardons, pine nuts and balsamic-dressed rocket. Move on to braised lamb shank with Parmentier potatoes, pearl barley, root vegetables and mint jus, or pancetta-wrapped monkfish tail with curried clam cream and vanilla mashed potato. Finish with an inventive clementine and star anise tarte Tatin with pomegranate seeds and crème anglaise.
Tel: 01223 893844
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Open all year.
Sunday lunch available.
Cooking type: Modern British
Chef: Andrew Price
Number of seats: 60
Accessible for wheelchairs.
A La Carte Dinner Main Course from: £10.00
Sunday lunch: £5.00-£35.00
Prices are for guidance only. Please check when booking for current rates.
From S: M11 junct 9, A11 towards Newmarket, follow Balsham signs. From N: M11 junct 10, A505 signed Newmarket (A11), onto A11, follow Balsham signs
Nearest station: Whittlesford Parkway