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“Worth a visit”

The Wentworth Restaurant
Ranked #17 of 94 Restaurants in Malton
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $27 - $54
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Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: We champion the use of fresh produce from local suppliers and our seasonal menus are created by Head Chef Dan Graham. Expect a journey of exciting flavours and textures showcasing the best of Yorkshire produce. The wine list is carefully put together to offer a varied choice to suit all pockets and palates including, from Bordeaux, the aptly named Chateau Talbot.
Reviewed March 15, 2013

My Mother, Daughter and I enjoyed a beautifully presented Mother's Day lunch at The Talbot and
were very impressed with the standard of the food and service.
The Hotel is very well presented and I can see it would be lovely to visit again, perhaps when the sun is shining in summer.
Don't be put off if you have visited before and felt it was not quite the standard you would expect, do try again as the Hotel has a new Manager who is not only visible but very personable and spends time chatting to the guests checking that they are happy.
Every course was lovely and the locally-sourced beef was exceptional.
Well worth a visit!

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Reviewed March 3, 2013 via mobile

We stayed in the talbot hotel on a Thursday in half term and it was quite quiet. The hotel is in a lovely location. Nice village with lots of nice pubs, cafes and restaurants.

We booked the winter warmer package for one night so included dinner, breakfast and a mulled wine each. Overall not bad value seeing as some b&bs in York were £100 standard.

The room was lovely. Big but still cosy. Clean, tidy and a comfy bed with big, plush pillows.

The dinner was delicious. I had quail starter, beef cheek and pannacotta and was all beautiful. Other half had white bait, wreck fish and the cheese board. The waitress was happy to explain the cheeses and where they were from etc... Drinks were standard hotel prices £5 for a glass of wine (having worked in a much less quality hotel that had much pricier drinks I wasn't shocked at the price).

After the meal we went to the hotel bar for the mulled wine included in our offer. Unfortunately, they had none left but were happy to replace this with a drink of our choice which we didn't mind.

Breakfast the next morning had a wide selection. Your choice of cereals, juices, fruit and continental selection.nalsonhad a choice from the menu in addition to this. I had delicious buttered crumptes and the OH had full English. Both lovely.

All in all, I would definitely go again, gladly for a special occasion due to the price being a bit at the top end of our budget.

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Thank BettyHP
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Reviewed February 23, 2013

A mid week break for 2 with a dinner booked for the restaurant. No welcome drink on arrival as per booking instructions and no wine with meal as per the booking arrangements.
The weater was bad and the receptionist told us there were many cancellations so Hotel was not busy.
Room nicely set out but bathroom very very cold with less than adequate heating system. There are no tea/coffee making facilities in room so we ordered some "complemtary" coffee, this took over half an hour to be served.
Limited menu, I was dissappointed with both starter and main. Very small portions,fine dining should not be an excuse for an unbalanced plate with no vegatables at all. There was no option on the menu to order anything either. My husband enjoyed his so it might be linked to what you order? In comparison to other hotels expensive for the standard.
Breakfast offered a range of options with a big contrast in portion size.
The bill was incorrect and had to get it altered. Overall a nice break but would not repeat the experience.

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2  Thank Anne S
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Reviewed February 17, 2013

We decided to celebrate our Anniversary in style, by booking a table at the Talbot hotel. We were looking forward to great locally sourced food and to the Yorkshire portions so often referred to by James Martin on Saturday kitchen. Sadly although the food was beautifully cooked and presented the portions were on the mean side.
Shame on your yorkshire roots!

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Reviewed February 13, 2013

We took a friend to lunch here, it was the second time we have been for lunch and found the experience lacking. We were given an awful soup, which we had had before and enjoyed, they did have the courtesy not to charge us as non of us could eat it. The main courses were varied in reception. Not what you would expect from an establishment connected to James Martin. We did not see any staff once the meals had been put in front of us, I had to hail a passing member of staff for some horseradish sause, he did not look pleased. When paying the bill I was told that there is a policy of "Unobtrusive Dining" and they are not allowed to go to the tables. This means that unless someone comes your way, not often, you have to go to the bar for drinks, and let your meal get cold, or shout across the room, not pleasant!!! Unobtrusive Dining does not do it for me.

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2  Thank Anne N
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