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With sweeping views across Lake Windermere, Henrock by Simon Rogan showcases natural, perfectly seasonal ingredients in a relaxed, informal setting. The name derives from a rocky outcrop on the lake, known as Hen Rock, which is often visible from the terrace of Linthwaite House.

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Summary

£68
  £££
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Simon Rogan is running this October 2019 newcomer at Windermere’s extensively revamped Linthwaite House which, since 2016, has benefited from over £12m of refurbishment and expansion. Under head chef, Brian Limoges, the culinary style is much more straightforward and inexpensive than L’Enclume.

Summary

£68
  £££
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Simon Rogan is running this October 2019 newcomer at Windermere’s extensively revamped Linthwaite House which, since 2016, has benefited from over £12m of refurbishment and expansion. Under head chef, Brian Limoges, the culinary style is much more straightforward and inexpensive than L’Enclume.

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Owner's description

Henrock — a new, informally elegant restaurant by Simon Rogan.

True to Simon Rogan's ethos, the focus lies on beautiful local ingredients including produce from Our Farm located just a few miles away in the Cartmel Valley.

With dishes that are rooted in British cooking and ingredients, Henrock’s small plates and sharing dishes are influenced by techniques and produce discovered on our team’s travels around the world.

The restaurant Henrock is open daily for dinner, and lunch on Sundays.

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Henrock Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of Henrock Restaurant in LA23, Windermere by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of Henrock restaurant.
Dorothy S
Phenomenal flavours from amuse bouche throu...
Reviewed 28 days ago

"Phenomenal flavours from amuse bouche through to “pre-dessert” - a first for me . Sunshine on the terrace topped a memorable September Sunday lunch. "

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Daniel E
The photos on Henrocks website don't do the...
Reviewed 3 months, 27 days ago

"The photos on Henrocks website don't do the grounds or rdining rooms justice we sat at a table looking out on to a beautiful garden and enjoyed great sertvice from a friendly and engaging team. Our food was good although a confit carrot dish was a little uninspired and a piece of hake arrived overcooked, that said we had great advice on wine from Charlie to go with our dishes. I'd go again and hope to book a table on the terrace and soak in the great view of Lake Windemere."

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Jon B
Arrive 20 mins early, was shown to the bar ...
Reviewed 4 months, 12 days ago

"Arrive 20 mins early, was shown to the bar lounge, very nice, got served drinks, but no-one came to collect us at the due time for the restaurant, so we had to saunter through. Made choice from the menu, appetiser arrived, a pea mousse with a confit egg yolk under, a dash of smoked oil and some fresh peas in the bottom, although they were a little tough. it was ok. Brioche rolls arrived, salted butter and a whipped butter with caramelised onion. Very good. Starter of beef tartare was wrapped in a thin gel, whilst the beef was soft it could have done with a little seasoning. Truffled tofu sauce on side with cracked pepper, dressed with baby leaves, and also dots of egg yolk emulsion. Was able to taste the truffle but would not have known it was a tofu sauce unless told. Next I had 5 spiced hake, topped with a crisp fried oyster, a quenelle of mashed broad bean, a little lemon grass mousse and a shellfish sauce. The hake looked a little dry (could have done with a little glaze) but was ok, perhaps a touch overdone. The five spice coating could have been more pronounced. The broad bean mash was a lot cooler than the rest of the elements. A mango and cucumber pre-dessert next. I'm not a cucumber fan. The Mango foam and pieces were fine but I just don't like the taste of cucumber, and definitely not with mango. To finish a vacherin. Nice meringue hemisphere garnished with edible flowers and leaves, filled with cream and coconut cream lightly iced, sat on a bed of fine diced strawberry, with a strawberry sauce. Very good. Had Anvil beer (from Cartmel made just for Simon Rogan) and sparkling water. Overall service needs a little attention, but I guess needs a little time to get back into the swing after lockdown. Food was of the standard expected, but perhaps a little small in plated portion size when you look at all the elements. I know they say less is more but you also need to consider how much is enough!"

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Linthwaite House, Crook Road, Windermere, LA23 3JA
Opening hours
Monday6 pm‑9 pm
Tuesday6 pm‑9 pm
Wednesday6 pm‑9 pm
Thursday6 pm‑9 pm
Friday6 pm‑9 pm
Saturday12 pm‑2 pm, 6 pm‑9 pm
Sunday12 pm‑2 pm, 6 pm‑9 pm

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