Summary: A culinary journey with garden views.
Moor Hall, set in a 16C country house, wows with a Scandic-style restaurant, luxury lodges, and a symbolic mulberry tree in its kitchen garden. The dining experience begins with snacks in the lounge, followed by a garden tour and a visit to the kitchen. The main dining room, with its glass walls and cheese room, serves as the stage for a procession of British seasonal dishes. The wine list is overseen by sommelier Matthew Davison, offering classic and upcoming selections, with alternative tea flights for non-drinkers. The venue's attention to detail is impeccable, from the table trays to the bespoke knives. Located north of Liverpool, Moor Hall has quickly risen as a culinary star, providing a luxurious dining experience amidst beautiful grounds and meticulously refurbished medieval buildings. The tasting menu is a testament to the kitchen's dedication and technical expertise, making every bite fresh, clean, and sublime. While gaining fame, Moor Hall remains a delightfully indulgent experience, complete with fun, professional staff, and a breakfast that continues the food bonanza for overnight guests.