Celebrate The Best Of British at Cambium

20th Sep 2017

Inspired by nature, our flagship restaurant, Cambium is a creative and enchanting dining experience. Nurtured by hand and harvested with car, Head Chef, Alistair Craig’s traditional dishes pay homage to the British countryside and embrace the nature of the seasons. It’s constantly evolving, just as the name Cambium reflects.
 
In celebration of British Food Fortnight we are showcasing some of Cambiums NEW menu, and the stories behind these delicious dishes.

Starters

Squash Soup, roast red pepper, spiced pumpkin seeds

As the temperature starts to fall, this is a warming and comforting dish using one of Alistair’s favourite autumn ingredients –squash. Spiced pumpkin seeds add a kick of flavour and added texture

Grilled Mackerel toasted barley, cucumber

It’s mackerel fishing season and our comes straight from the solent

Smoked Chicken terrine, chorizo, sweetcorn, spring onion

Our free-range chicken comes from Merrifield farm in the beautiful Devonshire countryside. They’ve been farming with fill traceability since 1995.
 

Mains

Slow cooked pork belly, cauliflower, tamarind

Tangy tamarind elevates the flavour of the tender pork

Sole, tarragon gnocchi, seaweed butter, broccoli

Head chef Alistair, loves the simplicity of fish roasted on the bone with his own home-made seaweed butter.

Chestnut mushroom risotto, salt baked celeriac, pickled mushrooms, kale

A comforting dish incorporating ingredients that are at their best in Autumn.
Celeriac - It may appear to be just an ugly, uninteresting, knobbly root but celeriac has inner beauty. The flesh - crispy when raw, silky smooth when cooked - has a delicate taste which suggests the flavours of celery and parsley with a slight nuttiness.
Mushrooms
Kale
 

Desserts

Apple Tart, almond, clotted cream

Using apples from UK orchards

Lemon curd, poppy seed cake, toffee sauce, meringue

A bite of Britain - Home-made sweet sharp lemon curd, freshly baked cake and lashings of toffee sauce and Meringue

Barkham Blue cheese, Crackers, celery, Quince

A blue cheese from Hampshire. The deep yellow moist interior is spread with dark blue – green veins. It has a rich blue taste, smooth buttery texture with a melt in the mouth flavour, without the harshness associated with some blue cheese.

Sample the delights of Cambium’s innovative menu by reserving your table today. Call 01590 623551 or book online for a memorable dining experience in the New Forest.
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