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Sunday Lunch At Wrangham House, Hunmanby, Scarborough.

28th June 2017crelgey

Wrangham House, Hunmanby, Scarborough, is 10 miles from Scarborough in a village called Hunmanby. Here, you’ll also find Piebald Inn. However, this post is a review on Wrangham House and their amazing traditional Sunday Lunch.

 


Wrangham House, Hunmanby, Scarborough.


I’m not normally a starter orderer, preferring to save our space for the main meal/expensive part and if there is space afterwards, then a portion of sticky toffee pudding is generally consumed. However, on this occasion, we decided to indulge. Choosing the good traditional Sunday lunch starter of Prawn Cocktail, and Parma Ham and Melon on a bed of crisp salad.

Both starters were amazingly presented and looked and tasted just as good. The portion size of the Prawn Cocktail alone was a shock, as it was packed with prawns when a lot of places aren’t as generous.

prawn cocktail sunday lunch

Choosing the Roast Sirloin of Beef, we were not disappointed. As always, it was nice to see that our plates arrived with just the meat, Yorkshire pudding and gravy. And good slices at that! The seasonal vegetables and roasties came separately.  The beef was perfectly cooked and the gravy was rich and more home-cooked tasting than some places.

traditional sunday lunch sunday lunch near scarborough

wrangham house hunmanby scarborough

Thoroughly and happily full, desert was NOT an option. However, I was able to snap this picture of the sticky toffee pudding that could of been, you know, to just tease myself and you, but to also, not that I need one, but give me a reason to return to Wrangham House, Scarborough.

 

Find it: Wrangham House, 10 Stonegate, Hunmanby, Yo14 0NS

 


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Comments (3)

  • bee

    29th June 2017 at 9:45 am

    That roast beef looks TO DIE FOR! I’m usually a starters, main & desert person. That’s just because I’m greedy. HAHA!
    Bee xxx

  • Kel

    2nd July 2017 at 8:21 pm

    A god sunday roast takes some beating, and that one looks marvellous! The beef,… perfection!
    Id be disappointed if I didn’t manage a dessert too (but doesn’t happen very often!)

  • Lauren

    3rd July 2017 at 1:06 pm

    Look at those Yorkshire Puddings!!! This looks incredible. We tend to go to our local if we’re going out for a Sunday roast, I think we may need to explore further afield.

    Lauren x

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