Dining

We pride ourselves on our locally sourced breakfast, which is cooked to order,  we have been praised highly on both Booking.com and Trip Advisor. You will met by myself or a member of staff and shown in to the breakfast room situated on the ground floor to the front of the house. With it’s original open fireplace large and bay window with views of Kings Road and the Harrogate International Centre. The airy and light dining room seats 10 guests at any one time.


Breakfast Menu - £7.50

Monday to Friday 07:30 - 09:30          Saturday & Sunday 08:00-09:30

Begin with

Apple/Orange Fruit Juice
Fruit Yoghurts
Fresh fruit
A selection of individually boxed cereals
Porridge

Then

OUR FULL ENGLISH BREAKFAST
Locally sourced sausage, bacon, grilled tomato, mushrooms cooked in butter, beans
with a choice of egg - fried, scrambled or poached

OUR VEGGIE OPTION
Vegetable sausage, hash brown, grilled tomato, beans, mushrooms cooked in butter
with a choice of egg - fried, scrambled or poached

OMELETTE 
our popular one is the spicy omelette with fresh green chilies, coriander and onions
or you can hop out for a mushroom, bacon omelette

CURRIED BEANS
baked beans cooked in onions, fresh green chillies, onions and coriander served on toast

SLIMMERS BREAKFAST
for those who are conscious about their weight (me and you both, you’re not alone) we can cook in Fry Light rather than Rapeseed Oil
use 

Whatever your diet requirements are, we can cater as long as we are advised in advance

Tea coffee and seeded wholemeal toast will be served at the table
We have a very good range of herbal teas and decaf coffee/tea also available


Welcome Thali - £14.95 
17:30 - 20:00

This is a tray with a selection of meat or vegetarian dishes served with rice and home made roti. The dishes vary so if you book this you need to contact us for the latest sizzling dishes on offer. 
You may ask why we have started this, well one is because the cook ( my other half) has to be one of the best cooks ever, that much so that I’ve given up cooking at home. Secondly, guests always ask us to recommend a good Indian place to eat…. well really it’s like us going out for an english or Italian but it doesn’t taste the same as if an Italian or your granny was cooking it at home so we thought we would give it a try!

A typical Meat Thail
(for Vegetarian Thali the Chicken curry would be replaced with another vegetarian dish)

Chicken Curry - cooked traditionally with fresh ingredients without all the restaurant takeaway names, Punjabi style
Tarkha Dhal - Lentils boiled and cooked in onions fresh chillies, ginger and garlic
Riata - yoghurt with onions and cucumber
Jeera Rice - boiled rice in cumin seeds
Gulab Jamun - milk solid based dessert in a rich sugar syrup
Rotis - freshly made chapati