Dessert & Cheese menu
Marcliffe Sticky Toffee Pudding
Banana and fudge sauce, banana ice cream
Yoghurt and Raspberry
Yoghurt delice, raspberry jelly, macaroon, warm friand
Salted Caramel Tart
Fudge bonbons, creme fraiche ice cream, candied almonds, chocolate brittle
Castleton Berries (Gluten Free)
Berries, strawberry consomme, clotted cream ice cream
HOME MADE ICE CREAMS AND SORBETS BY OUR PASTRY CHEFS
Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry Cheesecake, Sticky Toffee Pudding, Mint Chocolate Chip, Dairy Free Vanilla
Mango, Raspberry, Black Cherry
PLEASE ASK TO SEE OUR CHEESE SELECTION MENU
£10 (5 Cheeses)
ETHYCO FAIRTRADE COFFEE FROM
CABER COFFEE CO. WITH MINTS AND
TRADITIONAL FUDGE - £4
ESPRESSO - £3 CAPPUCCINO
IRISH WHISKEY AND LIQUEUR COFFEES - £9
Bin 403 Brown
Brothers, Liqueur Muscat 1998 - £17.00 per glass
Bin 404 Tokaji Aszu Puttonyos, Disznoko 2001 - £24.50 per glass
Bin 407 Chateau Coutet 1ere Cru Barsac 2005 - £17.50 per glass
We take the utmost care to ensure that all reasonable dietary requests are accommodated when visiting The Marcliffe: however, due to the nature of our offering we are unable to guarantee that any item will be 100% allergen free. Please advise us in advance if you have any special dietary requirements.
Soft, creamy blue cheese but not as strong as a stilton, from the Devenick Diary, Aberdeenshire.
This unique hand made cheese is a hand pressed two day cured. The result is a strong, creamy and nutty cheese. Cambus O'May Cheese Company, Aberdeenshire.
A brie style blue cheese made from pasteurized cows milk in the German region of Allgau. A cross between camembert and gorgonzola, is creamy, moist and rich like a camambert with the sharpness of gorgonzola.
A semi hard cows milk cheese made in Cornwall from the milk of Friesian cows. Before being left to mature the cheese is wrapped in nettle leaves to form an edible, though mouldy rind.
From Curworthy Cheese situated in the mid Devon countryside under the shadow of Dartmoor. A full fat had cheese with a creamy light buttery taste but includes red chillies grown by Dartmoor Chilli farm near Ashburton.
From Thornby Moor Dairy, Carlisle. Made with a mixture of cows milk and goats milk. Semi soft, naturally rinded.
Unpasteurised goats milk from Neal's Yard Creamery, Herefordshire. Texture is light and creamy. Flavours are savoury, lactic and lemony.
A classic sheep's milk cheese made in the French Pyrenees. It is aged for a minimum of ninety days to develop its nutty flavours. Supple and creamy when young and becomes more firm as the cheese ripens. Creamy and buttery in the mouth with flavours of nuts, fruits and herbs.
A French blue cheese, named for its place of origin in the Auvergne region of south-central France. Strong smelling, taste is spicy with flavours of grasses and wild flowers.
Made by Connage Highland Dairy, Ardersier, Inverness. Mild with hidden depths of bitterness. Buttery taste and unique grassy flavour.
From Dunlop Dairy based near Stewarton, Ayrshire. Suitable for vegetarians, made from pasteurised milk. It is a white, soft, fresh cheese with a creamy texture. (Paddy's Milestone is the local name for Ailsa Craig, a volcanic rock which sits out in the Firth of Clyde)
A triple cream French cheese made with pasteurised cows milk. The cheese has a powdery white bloomy skin and an intensely creamy, light, rich, buttery texture
Balgownie Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 (Australia) - £11.50
Joseph Drouhin Pinot Noir 2009 (Burgundy)- £9.50 per glass
Bas Armagnac 1950 (France) 25ml - £25.50 per glass
We also have an extensive list of Vintage Ports which are perfect with cheese