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Redesdale Arms


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Dating from the 17th century, this inn has been sympathetically updated to give it a more contemporary edge while retaining original features like thick oak floorboards. There are two dining rooms, one in a rear conservatory, the other overlooking the high street. A glance at the menu shows a kitchen seaming the modern British vein. Ham hock terrine with a hint of cheese has a good depth of flavour, attractively presented on a slate with piccalilli and crisp breads, and may precede tail of Cornish monkfish, accurately timed and seasoned, vibrant anchovy salsa a good foil, served with dauphinoise potatoes. End with something like white chocolate and raspberry cr?me br?l?e with crisp, light and flaky almond twists.

Further information

Tel: 01608 650308
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Sunday lunch available.

Restaurant information

Cooking type: British
Chef: Daniel Ciobotiaru



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