Yorkshire Puddings aren’t just for Sunday Roasts
To celebrate the launch of the Kings Arms Hotel’s new Spring/Summer menu, they have introduced an exciting new dessert which has got the town talking.
A warm sweet Yorkshire pudding filled with red cherry compote and topped with toasted almonds, dark chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream.
It may sound an odd prospect, but Yorkshire puds are full of flavour, and their ability goes beyond the savoury Sunday roast, as they make a seriously scrummy dessert option too. Our Head Chef Ian tells us more about the inspiration behind this sweet-filled Yorkshire pudding, “One of our directors saw something similar on a recent trip away, I liked the sound of it and thought it would be something that our guests would enjoy so I experimented with different toppings. Unsure how it would go down at first, I tried it out on our specials board to see if it would get much interest, and it did; guests seemed a bit weary at first but tried it out of curiosity and loved it.”
This delicious dessert is one of many new items on the Kings Arms menu, along with baked salmon fillet in a sweet heat chilli sauce with cherry tomatoes, new potatoes and a mango, pineapple and coriander salsa. The hotel has also introduced a selection of vegetarian dishes, such as; brie, red grape & red chilli jam toasted sandwich, vegetarian mince & onion shortcrust pie, and more. On top of these changes, the menu is brimming with all the old favourites like gammon steak, Cumberland sausage curl and the Kings Arms best seller ‘Beef & Ale Pie’.
The Kings Arms Hotel serves food from 11.30am-2.30pm & 5.00pm-9.30pm (all day Sat, Sun & peak times).
To view the full menu, visit VIEW MENU→