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When you are pondering where to dine, a golf club might not be your first thought. To many, it probably conjures up misconceptions of a stand-offish place, with the old guard staring at every move the non-members make…..not at Collingtree Golf Club.


Te thought process behind Greens restaurant is excellent. Tere is a definite feel good factor from the moment you come to Collingtree with its immaculate lawns and participants indulging in their infectious hobby. Te fact that Greens restaurant is somewhat separated enough from golfing but perfectly situated to enjoy the views of the 18th


hole


with its lake gives itself prime location for restaurants within Northamptonshire.


Greens is tastefully decorated in keeping with a chic restaurant designed by a top London based company to compliment its elevated position, the theme has concentrated on being an oasis for golfers and non-golfers alike, bringing the two together on common ground. In fact, once inside, if it wasn’t for the spectacular views you wouldn’t know you were on a golf course!


Greeted by friendly staff, Greens stylish bar area immediately and warmly invites you to start relaxing and enjoy yourself with lovely oversized comfy leather sofas and a wide choice of cocktails, beers and wines. Tere is no sense of rushing and Greens want you to utilise this space to chill even if you are not dining, and it does its job well. Te restaurant itself, apart from being aesthetically pleasing has a very good feel to it, once again relaxing without any stuffiness


some may expect. Now, the menu here is very good and the food matches up to expectation, from being locally sourced to how it’s cooked to its presentation and very reasonably priced, so it’s ticking all the boxes.


Let us give you some examples:


Starters


Goats Cheese, Tomato and Caramelized Onion Tartlet £5.95


Asparagus with Parma Ham and Quail Egg £5.25


King Prawns and Battered Calamari served with Saffron Aioli £7.25


Monkfish Tail with Black Pudding Pea Puree £8.25


Mains Open Lasagne; Mixed Vegetables with Basil Cream and Parmesan £10.95


Pork Fillet served with Lyonnaise Potato and Wholegrain Mustard Sauce £14.95


Pan-fried Duck Breast served with Rosti Potato, Cabbage and Bacon with Orange and Apricot jus £15.95


Salmon Fillet served with Sweet Chilli and Mango Salsa and Turned Potatoes £15.95


Pea and Spinach Risotto with Herb crusted Sea Bass £16.95


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Beef Fillet served with Fondant Potato, Leek and Wild Mushroom Ragout and Cherry Tomatoes £23.50


Dessert Nougat Glaze with Fruits of the Forrest £4.95


Crème Brule served with Shortbread Biscuit £4.95


Lemon Cheesecake with Mango Coulis and Lemon Sorbet £5.50


Baked Alaska with Rhubarb Compote £5.50


Selection of Wakefield Farm Cheeses £7.70


Greens restaurant isn’t just a place for intimate dining, it’s open for lunches, business meetings and it caters for parties and weddings, in fact it has been doing this very successfully since 2005.


Now that the nights are getting longer and warmer imagine great dining and great service, or just catching up with friends surrounded by beautiful scenic views….Highly Recommended!


Green Restaurant at Collingtree Golf Course 90 Windingbrook Lane, Northampton, NN4 0XN.


T: 01604 663 963 enquiries@greens-restaurant.com www.collingtreeparkgolf.com


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