People can now enjoy a Michelin star Sunday Lunch at Fischer’s at Baslow Hall with their new offering that arrived just in time for Mother’s Day. The restaurant promises to offer a gourmet dining experience perfect for the last day of the weekend.
Fischer’s Sunday Lunch menu was created by award winning Head Chef Rupert Rowley and it combines fresh, seasonal British ingredients with modern techniques and European influences. It features imaginative fish and vegetable-centric dishes, so that all customers, no matter their food preference, can fully enjoy the experience. Those who want to stay true to the traditions have perfectly cooked beef and Yorkshire puddings on offer. A wine list was also designed to pair with the cuisine.
The new Sunday Lunch menu will be changing according to the season so that it can take full advantage of local Derbyshire produce and daily harvest from Fischer’s very own kitchen garden. Grass-fed Derbyshire Beef, fresh fish and seafood from Paignton Devon, pears and Yorkshire forced rhubarb grown in the hall grounds, and homemade ice cream and sorbet are all celebrating local and home-grown produce.
Some of the starters featured on the menu include Sea Bass Carpaccio with beetroot and parsley mayonnaise; Risotto of Mushroom with tarragon and truffle mascarpone; and Twice Baked Goats Cheese Soufflé with celeriac and poached pear. The mains available include Sirloin of dry aged Derbyshire Beef with Yorkshire pudding, onion puree, and red wine sauce; Parsnip and Cumin Tarte with onion and apple; and Pan Fried Cod with cauliflower cheese and mussels. At the end of the meal you can also enjoy a dessert such as the Rhubarb Fool with English custard and rhubarb sorbet, the Earl Grey Panna Cotta with Prune Armagnac ice cream and madeleines, and the Chocolate Crèmeux with hazelnuts and salted caramel ice cream.
The beautiful setting of a grade II listed manor within five acres of country house gardens will enhance the experience and allow you to have a pre or post lunch stroll. Afterwards, you can retire to the dining room’s adjacent lounge for a coffee, tea, or a glass of wine in front of an open fire.
The Sunday Lunch menu is available from 12 noon, with the last arrival at 1.30pm and it will cost £38 for two courses, £48 for three courses, and £4.75 for additional coffee and petit fours.