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Introducing diners to The 1593 Brasserie
December Menu at Rushton Hall
Spiced Mixed Nuts £3.50 Homemade Bread & Butter £3.75 Mixed Olives £3.95
Parsnip Veloute – Crisp Sage and Chestnuts – Homemade Bread & Butter £8.50
Local Smoked Salmon Pave – Pickled Fennel and Cucumber – Lemon Mayonnaise £11.00
Ham Hock, Chicken and Foie Gras Pressing – Brioche – Cranberry Compote £10.00
Goats Cheese Mousse – Beetroot – Candid Walnuts £9.00
Celeriac Salad – Blue Cheese – Lentils – Hazelnut Dressing £9.00
Poached Lobster Tail – Bisque Mayonnaise – Lemon Salad £14.00
Roasted Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Turkey Parcel – Seasonal Vegetables – Turkey Gravy £21.00
Crisp Jacobs Ladder – Seared Fillet – Fat Chips – Mushroom Puree £28.00
8oz Sirloin Steak – Beef Fat Chips – Fine Beans – Café de Paris Butter £27.00
Caramelised Cauliflower and Onion Wellington – Greens – Butter Sauce £19.00
Pan Fried Fillet Sea Bream – Ratatouille – New Potatoes – Herb Oil £19.50
Seared Fillet Salmon – Crushed Potatoes – Baby Gem – Herb Butter Sauce £20.00
Glazed Duck Breast – Braised Red Cabbage – Fondant Potato £21.00
Beef Fat Chips – Skinny Fries – Side Salad – Market Vegetables £4.50
Traditional Christmas Pudding – Brandy Sauce
Greek Yogurt Panna Cotta – Cranberry Compote – Honeycomb
Dark Chocolate and Hazelnut Torte – Chocolate Crumb – Vanilla Ice Cream
Sticky Toffee Pudding – Toffee Sauce – Clotted Cream
Selection of Ice Creams or Sorbets £6.00
Selection of Three Cheeses – Biscuits – Celery – Grapes – Chutney £10.00
Please advise a member of our Restaurant Team if you have any allergies or dietary requirements. Our dishes may contain nuts.
The 1593 Brasserie is the perfect location for guests who wish to dine in a more relaxed and leisurely setting. Boasting an equestrian theme and a whole host of traditional and worldwide influences, we think it’s the premier destination for occasions that demand a more informal setting, without scrimping on decadence.
Of all the places to eat in Northampton, few have an offering like Rushton Hall. Our award-winning Head Chef Adrian Coulthard and his dedicated team don’t compromise on the luxurious dishes they produce. Working with the best locally sourced ingredients around, they’re able to serve an assortment of flavours and deliver what is arguably the best casual dining experience in Northamptonshire.
Whether you wish to enjoy an informal lunch in Northamptonshire or prefer to sit down to an impressive dinner that keeps the focus on the food, there is a table waiting for you at Rushton’s 1593 Brasserie.
Lunch is served every day between 12 noon and 2pm (Sundays 12.30 – 2pm), while an informal dinner can be enjoyed between 6:30pm – 9:30pm.
When making the most of the weekend, why not opt for our fantastic Sunday lunch – the attention to detail that goes into each plate makes our Sunday offering the best lunch in the county. With a choice of great quality roasted meats, a delicious Parmesan Polenta for our vegetarian diners and an array of indulgent desserts, when it comes to Sunday lunch, Northamptonshire’s produce secures our reputation as a true culinary delight.
Origins of the Brasserie’s Name
Rushton Hall’s Triangular Lodge was built in 1593 by Thomas Tresham to display his Catholic faith. Gaze beyond the window looking through from the Brasserie, and you will have a wonderful view of the Triangular Lodge as you dine.
With 3 Rosettes to our name, there really is no better option for lunch or informal dining in the area.
If you’re looking for relaxed places to eat in Northampton, look no further. Book your table online by clicking on book a table.
Please note that these are sample menus.