As the saying goes, “A Sunday well spent, brings a week of content”, and we can’t think of many other ways to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon than enjoying a delicious lunch with family and friends. For the very first time, the luxurious Carton House in Maynooth, Co.Kildare is bringing this institution to their Linden Tree Restaurant.
Take a spin out to the luxury resort and enjoy a decadent three-course lunch for just €28 per person. Start by getting back to nature by taking a leisurely stroll around the hotel’s beautiful 1,100 acres of private parkland estate.
When you’ve worked up an appetite, head into the Linden Tree for a divine Sunday lunch. The menu features a range of delectable dishes made with fresh, local seasonal produce.
To begin your Sunday lunch choose from dishes such as Duck Liver Parfait served with damson and apple chutney and maury syrup; Smoked Salmon with pickled red onion and lemon aioli or Five Mile Town Goats Cheese with beets, apple and saffron onion.
For your main course enjoy the Sunday lunch classic of Roast Rib of Beef served with garlic mash, Yorkshire pudding and rich beef jus. Fish lovers will adore the Pan Fried Seabass with lemon zest mash and caper and white wine cream sauce.
Finsih your Sunday lunch on a sweet note with one of the tempting desserts on offer. Choose from treats like Warm Sticky Fig Pudding served with caramel sauce and honeycomb ice-cream; Apple Crumble Tart served with cream or White Chocolate and Whiskey Trifle with victoria sponge and creme analgise.
The Linden Tree is the perfect place to enjoy a family afternoon. The dining room features wide skylights, and floor to ceiling windows, giving guests an unrivalled view across the estate’s soaring linden trees planted by Carton’s original owner Lady Emily.
Sunday lunch will be an even more special affair with Pat Goldrick playing live music for diners. We predict that this new Sunday lunch offering is going to be very popular, and booking is advised.
For more information or to book, visit cartonhouse.com or call +353(0)1 505 2000.