The Impeccable Pig, Sedgefield – Luxurious Restaurant With Rooms
The Impeccable Pig has opened in Sedgefield, County Durham, a luxurious new restaurant with rooms offering bistro-style food and fine wines in a friendly but stylish environment. The restaurant is the latest addition to the Ramside Estates portfolio and comes after the company purchased the derelict Grade II-listed building, which was formerly the Hope Inn.
Now, with talented chef Chris Finnigan at the helm, The Impeccable Pig offers an extensive menu, with food available seven days a week. Chris has years of experience, having served an apprenticeship at Le Manoir under culinary legend Raymond Blanc, and working in several other Michelin-starred restaurants. Meat-lovers can get their teeth into josper-cooked steaks, all from cattle sourced locally from grass farms in and around the Durham area and aged for 28 days. Other dishes include lobster thermidor, grilled halibut, herb-buttered new potatoes, chunky tartar, chicken Parmigiano and there are also a number of vegetarian and vegan alternatives. Sharing platters, pizzas, sandwiches and daily specials are also be available, along with a ‘piglets’ menu for children and a Sunday lunch option. Private dining is also possible in a new mezzanine room which can seat up to 18 guests around a unique feature dining table.
The restaurant is also hoping to make its name through its extensive wine list, with more than 170 different wines, as well as a range of French beers and ciders and a large choice of spirits including 20 different gins and ten tonics, more than 25 whiskies and a selection of local, real ales. And for guests who want to make a night of it, The Impeccable Pig has 10 individually-styled bedrooms.