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The Georgian Restaurant, Harrogate

Trip Lane, Wetherby, West Yorkshire LS22 4JA, UK
The Georgian Restaurant Review
 
4 Star Rating
3 April 2012The Georgian Restaurant
Tags: Harrogate, UK, Fine Dining reviewsThe Bill: £74 per head
 

Wood Hall hotel near Wetherby is a traditional country house hotel spread over several acres of countryside near Harrogate. It has two restaurants, The Georgian Restaurant, which is a modern brasserie style and The Drawing Room.

We chose the Georgian for our meal. The room is a traditional English country room, with plenty of wood, thick furnishings and an elegant atmosphere. It was a refined but relaxed place to enjoy a meal.

Starter was wild mushroom and hazelnut ravioli. This was an interesting take on ravioli, being more akin to a pie shape made of pasta than traditional ravioli parcels. They were lovely, but tasted heavily of lemongrass. The ravioli was an interesting and welcome way to begin our meal.

“Wood Hall hotel near Wetherby is somewhere we would most definitely revisit next time we are in the area.”

Main course was lamb with pear puree and roasted pear pieces. We also had sides of roasted vegetables, creamed potato and mash. The lamb was perfectly cooked, succulent and slightly pink in the middle. The pear accompaniment contrasted well, offering a citrus edge to an earthy meat. The vegetables were all fresh, tasty and perfectly prepared.

Dessert consisted of a banana and toffee soufflé with banana ice cream and a pear tartin. The soufflé was a light, refreshing dessert served with home-made banana ice cream and a caramel crisp. It was light, fluffy and utterly delicious.

The Pear tartin was equally nice. The pear complemented the main course perfectly without being overwhelming and the pear notes worked will with the pastry to conclude the meal.

We had a lovely, light Cote de Provence rose wine with our meal. It was sweet enough to add character, but dry enough to not overpower the pear in the dishes.

The service at Wood Hall was excellent. Our waitress was efficient, polite and knew her wines well. A credit to the restaurant. This is somewhere we would most definitely revisit next time we are in the area.

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