Careys Manor Hotel in New Forest scoops top food award in South of England

Careys Manor Hotel scoops top food award.

Cambium Restaurant named Hotel Restaurant of the Year in the Food Awards England 2017.


The Food Awards England 2017 regional winnerThe Cambium restaurant at Careys Manor Hotel in Brockenhurst, New Forest, has been named 'Hotel Restaurant of the Year in the South of England' in the Food Awards England 2017.

Cambium reflects the New Forest hotel’s love affair with its location, and head chef Alistair Craig crafts beautiful dishes designed to showcase the area’s rich natural resources. The restaurant also boasts one of the largest collections of English wine in the country, featuring vineyards such as Camel Valley, Ridgeview and Chapel Down.

Careys Manor Hotel’s General Manager Sunil Kanjanghat said: “We are absolutely delighted that our efforts to make Cambium one of the best hotel restaurants in the south have been recognised with this award. Our Head Chef, Alistair Craig, works tirelessly to explore new ways to showcase the classic ingredients we all love, and the whole team works hard to give our guests an experience to savour.”

Cambium restaurant at Careys Manor New ForestThe fourth annual Food Awards England were held at the Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel, to celebrate and reward the very best in English food hospitality – the servers, the specialists and the suppliers.

Voted for by the public, the awards are designed to recognise the efforts of England’s restaurants, takeaways, pubs, hotels, cafés and bistros, as well as shine a spotlight on the local producers who provide their ingredients.

Starters at the Cambium restaurant include goats cheese pannacotta, served with beetroot hand-picked from the garden or pickled white crab, sourced from S&J Shellfish in Lymington, accompanied by brown custard, avocado and pink grapefruit granita.

Fine dining with local and seasonal ingredients at Cambium Careys Manor New ForestMain courses feature beef sirloin, sourced by a smallholding called Pond Head Farm near Lyndhurst, accompanied by oxtail ravioli, celeriac, rainbow chard and nasturtium or tarragon gnocchi served with smoked mushroom, courgette and herb purée, all built around the delicious courgettes picked from the kitchen garden.
Desserts range from a delicious baklava accompanied by pistachio, almond, cherry and mascarpone ice cream to a chocolate delice with milk ice cream, rum and raisin.

To celebrate the award, Cambium is offering diners a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine for the table when they book at the restaurant before October 31.

Find out more about Cambium Restaurant, including contact details.

Read our review of Cambium Restaurant.


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