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Bear (The)
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One of England's original 13th century coaching inn's located in the historic, picturesque town of Woodstock. The town is home to Blenheim Palace, as well as many fine boutiques, furniture and antique shops, and art galleries. Woodstock is also at the gateway to the Cotswolds, close to Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon. With its ivy clad facade, oak beams, stonewalls and open fire, the Bear exudes warmth and cosiness, perfect for a retreat. The award-winning restaurant offers modern British cuisine and each of the 54 bedrooms are well-appointed, many of which are feature rooms, four poster rooms and suites.


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars
2 Rosettes
Number of Rooms: 54
Number Ensuite: 54
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Name: Bear Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Adrian Court
Awards: 2 Rosettes

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Sample Menu:

Loch fyne smoked haddock chowder £9.00
Yellow Fin tuna carpaccio £7.00
White radish remoulard
English asparagus mousse £7.00
Baby leaf salad
Gressingham duck liver parfait £7.00
Caramelised kumquats, black pepper butter, toasted brioche
Cured Shetland organic salmon £8.50
Beetroot salad, caviar dressing
Free range corn-fed chicken terrine £7.00
Watercress puree
Tortellini of wild mushrooms £7.00
Truffle foam
Hand dived West Coast king scallops and langoustine £12.50
Sweet potato puree, garden peas

Roast Cote du Beouf (for two) £52.00
Hand cut chips, traditional garnish, béarnaise sauce, red wine sauce
Highland lamb £18.00
Cooked two ways, dauphinoise potato, rosemary and port sauce
Pan roasted outdoor reared pork fillet £18.00
Stornaway black pudding, mashed potato, calvados sauce
Wild fillet of brill £20.00
Fine beans, new potatoes, olives and sun blushed tomatoes
Wild Atlantic cod £18.00
Braised chicory, rosti potato, lemon butter sauce
Seared wild sea bass £20.00
Aubergine caviar, sauté potatoes, coriander and lime dressing
Pan-fried basil gnocchi £18.00
Wilted spinach, cherry tomato, globe artichoke, shaved parmesan
Roasted romaine sweet pepper £18.00
Cassoulet of pulses, roasted girolles

Lemon plate, classic lemon tart, lemon posset £8.00
Dark chocolate marquise, vanilla ice cream £7.00
White chocolate cheesecake, pistachio ice cream £7.00
Bakewell tart, seville orange marmalade, clotted cream £7.00
Banana sticky toffee pudding, butter scotch sauce £7.00
Selection of British cheeses £11.00

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