Hidden Harewood, the pop up restaurant experience at the famous Yorkshire landmark is to return next month with a new menu for the spring season.
The event, which allows diners to tour the estate as part of the unique dining experience will run from the 3rd – 6th May and see the return of chef Josh Whitehead whose popular menus have been used at Hidden Harewood’s previous events.
A Feast for Spring will utilise Harewood’s abundance of seasonal produce and, with the event dates running alongside the Tour De Yorkshire, some of the dishes will be inspired by the route of the race.
The menu, designed around Harewood’s bountiful spring larder featuring produce
grown, foraged and reared at Harewood will include lamb from the estates flock of Hebridean black sheep which herald from the wilds of St Kilda in the Outer Hebrides and whose descendants were brought to estate by the 5th Earl of Harewood in 1880.
Guests will be given access to the estate’s hidden corners, which are not normally open to the public and be allowed to experience the abundance of listed buildings, stunning landscapes and ancient woodlands in a new light.
Tickets are limited for each evening and cost £75 each which includes all food and a welcome drink. For more information and to book online visit www.exploretock.com/harewood