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Try Our New Vegetarian Menu At Marygreen Manor

Vegetarian Menu

Going out for dinner is the perfect way to finish off any day. Whether you’re full swing into the weekend or maybe even trying to spice up the midweek lull. It not only offers you an array of amazing dishes, so much more appetising than the pesto pasta you were going to throw on the stove but it gets served up for you too. You’re treated like king and queen, unless of course you’re a vegetarian.

Whether you’re vegetarian by moral choice or simply because you don’t enjoy the flavour or texture of meat; going out to dinner can often feel like a chore. Suddenly your choice of meal narrows to just one per course and more often than not, it’s the same meal you had to endure the last five times you ventured out for a meal.

Here at Marygreen Manor however, we wanted to change all of that by offering a specific vegetarian menu that offers more than the obligatory pasta option. In this vegetarian menu, we offer three different starters along with three different main courses too. From wild mushroom risotto to pan fried halloumi, butternut squash and blue cheese wellington to chickpea and butternut squash tagine, our vegetarian menu really does have it all.

On top of our vegetarian menu, we also offer other dietary options too. We simply ask that you request them upon arrival. We’re always happy to help accommodate all of our guests here at Marygreen Manor.

So, if you’re looking for the ultimate vegetarian menu in Essex, we suggest you head straight to our fabulous Tudor restaurant today!

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Marygreen Manor fine dining offers more than great taste!

steak

Local produce always tastes the finest…

If you were to ask someone about the benefits of fine dining, then the vast majority would probably tell you about the health benefits. It’s widely known that fine dining is actually a rather healthy way to eat. Not only do you eat slower between portions but the portions themselves are smaller too which means your body gets a chance to feel full before you’ve managed to eat far too much. On top of that, a fine dining meal will also tend to contain a wider variety of food groups. Paired with wine, you can relax, unwind with friends and enjoy the slow release of dopamine as you enjoy a relatively healthy night out. What could be better? Well perhaps the fact that fine dining offers a lot more than a guilt free food session.

Customer service – due to the high level of food during a fine dining experience, the customer service is often above and beyond what you would usually find in a normal restaurant. This is something we feel strongly about here at the Marygreen Manor. We want you to not only enjoy the food you’re served but the way it’s served too. From the moment you cross the threshold, we want you to feel so much more than the average Joe. We want you to feel phenomenal from start to finish.

Top shelf wines, beers and spirits – as anyone would agree, a fine dining experience simply wouldn’t be “fine” with average alcohol. Just as the food is on another level, so should the alcohol be. Thankfully here at the Marygreen Manor, not only do we offer quality beers, spirits and soft drinks, but we also happen to have an award winning wine list to accompany our fabulous food.

You’ll stay abreast of trends – this isn’t something people necessarily think of but surprisingly, something that pleases many without them realising. Enjoying fine dining means that not only do you get to enjoy fabulous food, prepared and served at the very highest of levels but you also benefit from staying abreast of the very latest trends within the food industry. Our head chef not only freshens up our menu seasonally but also looks for the most current food trends to incorporate within the menus too. Not only that but they’ll also recognise exactly when a so-called food trend is suddenly turning into a food fad too, case in point mini-burgers circa 2009.

Aside from benefits such as this, when you enjoy fine dining you’ll also get to enjoy a truly wonderful experience too. Here at the Marygreen Manor Hotel and Restaurant, we know just the sheer setting within our manor house is stunning enough. Add to this a wonderful ambience, beautiful food and the highest level of service and there’s simply nothing better to enjoy. If you’d like to experience a night like this in our exquisite Tudor restaurant, then we advise you call to make a reservation in plenty of time. Reservations not only guarantee you a table at one of Essex’s most popular restaurant and hotels but it also allows us to space apart “fine diners” ensuring our kitchen staff can focus intently on just yourselves.

To inquire more about our fine dining experience or other services and events we offer here at the Marygreen Manor, simply contact us today and we’ll be happy to help you.

Could Fine Dining Be Healthier For You?

Rib Eye Steak and tomatoes

Simply sublime

Here at Marygreen Manor Hotel and Restaurant we have a theory about fine dining; we believe that it’s not only the best way to dine out but the healthiest too. It’s actually not that far fetched an idea either considering you eat slower and have smaller portions too. When you eat at your local Indian restaurant or maybe even a fast food chain we bet you leave feeling like you need to be rolled to your car. People often indulge themselves to the point of feeling hugely uncomfortable even though the quality of food was perhaps substandard. When you choose fine dining such from somewhere like our Tudor Restaurant however, you leave feeling comfortably full. Ironic considering it often consists of three completely different courses. The trick here is in the portion sizes and the fact that there is always a small pause between courses. This gives your digestive system a chance to work and your brain a chance to tell you that you’re full up.

 

Another benefit of fine dining is the variety of food groups you’ll consume within one evening. Eating a variety of food groups including fruit and vegetables is extremely important in helping you maintain a healthy diet as well as obtain all of the essential nutrients your body is crying out for. At The Marygreen you’ll find that not only will you enjoy a variety of fruit and vegetables within your meal, but it’ll change seasonally too as our Head Chef regularly changes the menu. You’ll also find a few different or rare choices of food here that you wouldn’t normally find elsewhere.

 

Lastly, where would any good meal be without a quality wine list? But we don’t just offer quality wine we offer award-winning wine. Our excellent list offers you the chance to relax and indulge with the very best wine to accompany the fabulous food and this is certainly not something you’ll find just anywhere. If you’d like to treat your taste buds to excellence and know you’re giving your body only the very best then contact us today.

Vegetarian Delight

Our new vegetarian menu was introduced today. Combining delicious textures and flavours to bring a vegetarian fine dining experience not to be missed.  It can often be difficult for vegetarians to find something tempting on restaurant menus but not anymore!

Choose from delicious starters including Kohlrabi & Bean Sprout Salad With Wasabi Cucumber Granita or Corn Cakes with Oregano Mojo and Avocado Lime Salsa.  For your main course you’ll be spoilt for choice; will it be the delicious Apple & Cheddar Potato Latkes with Baby Beetroot, Spring Slow and Horseradish Cream or the beautifully presented Onion Bhaji wrapped in Aubergine with Cherry Tomato & Tabouli Salad?

Our Vegetarian A la Carte menu is available for dinner and lunch Monday – Saturday.

Of course you don’t have to be a vegetarian to enjoy this menu so next time you visit Tudors Restaurant at Marygreen Manor dare to be different and go vegetarian!

Vegetarian Menu

Starters

Kohlrabi & Bean Sprout Salad

Wasabi Cucumber Granita

Corn Cakes

Oregano Mojo, Avocado Lime Salsa

Warm Tomato Consommé

Thyme Jelly, Basil Fritters

Roasted Butternut Squash Risotto

Sage, Pine Nuts, Saffron

Main Course

Apple & Cheddar Potato Latkes

Baby Beetroot, Spring Slow, Horseradish Cream

Onion Bhaji wrapped in Aubergine

Cherry Tomato & Tabouli Salad

Chickpea Pancake

Warm Caponata, Marmora Tapenade, Vegetable Thyme & Saffron Dressing 

Goats Cheese Cannelloni

Salsa Verde & Courgette Noodles

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