Bruisyard Hall Celebrates Local Food with Medieval Feast

Bruisyard Hall Celebrates Local Food with Medieval Feast

As part of the 2017 Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival, Bruisyard Hall recently hosted an intimate Medieval Feast in the historic hall for just 24 diners.

The sumptuous menu prepared by The Turks Head in Hasketon’s expert chef, Mauli Dwivedi, included a range of show-stopping dishes made from the best local ingredients, including: Blythburgh Suckling Pig, Aspic glazed pike, Tide Mill flour trencher bread, Gressingham Duck ragu and Muntons malt sticky pudding.

With diners embracing the theme in impressive attire, the event took place in the dining room of the stunning Bruisyard Hall, which dates back to 1354.

Robert Rous, owner of Bruisyard Hall said: “The event was a huge success and we’ve received some extremely flattering feedback from our guests. The dining room worked really well as a venue, our guests loved hearing from Mauli about the food, and the feast was spectacular.!

Susanne Bache, one of the diners, said: “What a fabulous medieval banquet! We thoroughly enjoyed the event as well as our overnight stay. The team at Bruisyard Hall were lovely and welcoming which made for a very relaxed and fun time. And I absolutely love the house!”

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