It sounds delicious and will be paired expertly with a range of beers from John Keeling, Head Brewer with Fuller Smith and Turner.
Parsnip & Honey Veloute,
Blue Vinney beignets
Beaulieu Venison Carpaccio,
blackberry compote, sourdough crouton
Salt-Baked Romsey Rainbow Trout,
Lymington crab tartare, beetroot puree, watercress
Hampshire Fillet Steak,
Golden Pride Braised Ox Cheek Pie,
Rosemary fondant potato, pumpkin puree, girolles, bordelaise sauce
Apple & Quince Frangipane Tart,
Lemon & Polenta Sponge,
Dark Chocolate & Kirsch Delice,
The evening, planned for 4 November at 7.30pm is billed as ‘The Fuller’s Head Brewer’s Roadshow at The White Buck’. Tickets cost £55 and places are limited.
John Keeling has over 30 years’ brewing experience and will be matching a range of beers to the menu prepared be The White Buck’s Head Chef, Thomas Baker.
If you thought that wine was food’s natural bedfellow, prepare to be enthralled and amazed as your taste buds are taken on this fascinating culinary journey.
The White Buck is a charming country house set among three acres of unspoiled woodland. Recently restored to its original glory, it’s a wonderfully relaxing place to eat, dine and stay while you explore the beauty of the New Forest.
To book this evening at The White Buck, or for more information, see our Sizzling Steaks and Perfect Pies page.