Here at Halifax Hall we pride ourselves on using the freshest locally sourced ingredients.
We welcome non-residents to dine at the hotel.
Cream of mushroom soup with rosemary oil and parmesan croutons (v) £5.95
Chicken liver parfait with fruit chutney and homemade butter £6.95
Smoked salmon platter with soda bread, pickles and homemade butter £7.95
Za’atar spiced chick pea, feta, avocado, roast red onions and tomato salad served with a rocket and flat bread, saffron and mint yoghurt dressing (v) £6.90 or upgrade this to a main course for an extra £5
Sandwiches – £5.90
Classic Club: Grilled chicken with Moss Valley streaky bacon on toasted bread with kos lettuce tomato and mayonnaise, served on toasted white or granary bread. Accompanied with your choice of salad or Yorkshire crisps.
Toasted Brie: Barncliffe brie infused with confit garlic and rosemary with Hedgerow red onion chutney, topped with truffled honey, roasted hazelnuts on a white sub roll. Accompanied with your choice of salad or Yorkshire crisps.
Fish & Chips: Fillet of cod in beer batter with chips, Yorkshire caviar and curry sauce £11.50
Burger: Homemade 8oz burger with bone marrow and Henderson’s caramelised onions in a toasted brioche with chips £11.50
Steak: 8oz sirloin steak, brown butter mash, roast carrots, salsa Verde served with red wine jus £17.20
Roasted fillet of salmon with new potatoes, salad and tomato butter sauce £12.95
Slow cooked turkey breast served with root vegetables in sage butter, roast potatoes, chipolatas, sprouts & chestnuts and sherry soaked fruit stuffing £12.95
Wild mushroom and hazelnut wellington with blue cheese salad (v) £12.50
Side Orders- £2.95
Seasonal Garden Salad
Crisp Onion Rings
Desserts – £5.95
Traditional Christmas pudding with brandy sauce
White and dark chocolate mousse with fruit compote
Apple strudel with mince pie ice-cream and spiced raisins
We welcome non-residents to dine at the hotel. To book your table, please call our reception team on 0114 222 8810.
Please note that this menu may change for bookings in December