A Taste of (Michelin-Starred) Yorkshire
Londoners, are, quite frankly, spoiled for choice (yes, even now). But those in London and around the country who have never strolled a merry path to the verdant boltholes of Yorkshire can now taste some of the county’s best food delivered directly from the Black Swan and the picturesque hamlet of Oldstead (the concept, Made in Oldstead, is named after the village). Here, seasonal British ingredients — with an emphasis on chef Tommy Banks’ classification of just three seasons — are plucked directly from the restaurant’s bountiful gardens and through some green-fingered alchemy turned into deliciously bright, flavourful dishes with as much a flair for pretty presentation as for depth of flavour. The home version of all this comes in the guise of 3 distinct finish at home menus, and includes a vegetarian menu and a larger celebratory menu for those celebrating under lockdown, with dishes like glazed spring lamb shoulder, prime salt-aged beef Wellington, and chicory-root tiramisu. And there’s a collection of indulgent Christmas and NYE menus available too.