The Walnut Tree Menu, Prices and Locations

The Walnut Tree
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 by nathan athay

This place is amazing, i was lucky enough to get the table from the garden with a breathtaking view. The staff was excellent and extremely attentive! Delicious food and the desert was wow!!

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Phone: +44 1873 852797


Head Office address: Llanddewi Skirrid, Abergavenny NP7 8AW, UK

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The Walnut Tree Main Menu With Price


Spiced squash salad Price :£11

with tahini and dukka

Globe artichoke Price :£11

with mushroom duxelles and hollandaise

Scallops Price :£18

with lentils and coriander

Kerala fish curry Price :£15

Monkfish Price :£16

with cucumber and mustard sauce

Calf’s brains Price :£15

with brown butter, parsley and capers

Calf’s liver Price :£16

with saffron risotto and gremolata

Squab pigeon Price :£17

with petits pois à la française

Lobster omelette Victoria Price :£19


Skate Price :£26

with a spiced mussel broth

Cod Price :£27

with Jerusalem artichoke and hazelnut dressing

Cornish sole Price :£26

with shrimps and brown butter sauce

Venison loin and hash Price :£25

with lingon berry sauce

Rabbit fricassee Price :£27

Lamb rump and shoulder Price :£27

with jabron potatoes

Fillet of beef Price :£35

with beef shin bourguignon

Vegetable hot pot Price :£16


Bitter leaves Price :£5

with parmesan dressing

Savoy cabbage and mustard dressing ratte potatoes Price :£5

Crushed carrot and swede Price :£5


Fig tart Price :£9

with honey and ricotta ice cream (20 minute delay)

Ginger loaf Price :£9

with butterscotch sauce and poached pear

Vanilla panna cotta Price :£9

with poached rhubarb

Spiced fig Price :£9

with honey mousse and pistachios

Orange and almond Price :£9

cake and clementine sorbet

Chocolate paris brest Price :£9

with stracciatella ice cream

Salted caramel Price :£9

apple mille-feuilles

Somloi Price :£9

Hungarian trifle with rum and walnuts


Vacherin Price :£12

Reblochon Price :£12

Ossau – Iraty Price :£12

Munster Price :£12

Saint Maure Price :£12

Roquefort Price :£12

The Walnut Tree Drinks Menu


Champagne Billecart-Salmon NV Price :£55/12.5cl glass: Price :£11

N.E. France. We are proud to offer one of the great champagne
houses as our house fizz. Super-smooth with lovely balance.

Champagne Billecart-Salmon Rosé NV Price :£85

N.E. France. Really special, widely regarded as one of the very best
pink champagnes.

Rivarose Prestige Rosé NV Price :£30

France, Provence. Softly dry, brightly fresh with overt fruit flavours.

Innocent Bystander Pink Moscato 2018. Half: Price :£13

South Australia. Here’s a bit of pink frothy fun. Low in alcohol (5.5%)
with ‘Turkish Delight’ notes. Start with it, or drink with a pudding.

Veuve Ambal Crémant de Bourgogne NV Price :£30

France, Burgundy. Dry rather than brut. Very decent.

Charles Melton Sparkling Red 2005. Price :£56

South Australia. May seem odd but cult stuff in Australia. Shiraz, rich
and supple. Classy apéritif, also good with cheese (+ chocolate!)

Champagne Janisson Tradition Brut NV Price :£60

N.E. France. Small grower owning their own vineyards (not always
the case), much of grand cru standard. A serious pinot noir
element gives body and style. Nice contrast to our other
champagnes from big players.

Champagne Roederer Brut NV Price :£70

N.E. France. A famous property. Toasty and flavoursome.


La Segreta Bianco 2017. (Planeta) Price :£26

Italy, Sicily. Fresh, smooth finish. Chardonnay and local grenacico.

Eidosela Albariño 2018. Price :£28

North-West Spain, Rias Baixas. Spain’s best whites come from here.
Zippy, dry, light and fresh. As an apéritif or with fish/shellfish, ideal.

Le Versant Viognier 2017. (Foncalieu) Price :£28

France, Languedoc. Sweet peachy nose; bold, dry, fruity flavours.

L’Aurora Bianco 2016. (Marzuco) Price :£28

Italy, another Sicilian. Dry, sprightly vermentino. Light, easy drinking.

Tinpot Hut Pinot Gris 2016/7. Price :£28

Tinpot Hut Sauvignon Blanc 2018. Price :£28

New Zealand. A worthy alternative to regular Italian pinot grigio.
Quite dry, super-smooth, fruity too. Plus a classic super-crisp NZ
sauvignon. Have to like them!

Petit Paradis 2016. Price :£28

France, Languedoc, St. Chinian. A blend of marsanne, grenache
and vermentino. 99% of St. Chinian is red, so this is an oddball. Fully
dry, nicely complex, with a waxy quality. Good white with meats.

Picpoul de Pinet 2017. (Cave de l’Ormarine) Price :£30

Southern France, Languedoc. Dry, medium-full, fresh citrus edge.
Picpoul is the grape.

Le Petiot Sauvignon Blanc de Touraine 2017. (Ricard) Price :£30

France, Loire. Fresh and dry in the leaner French style. Pleasant
change from the in-your-face new worlders.

Grüner Veltliner 2018. (Kremstal) Price :£30

Austria. Dry, fresh, lots of fruit. Quality.


Bourgogne Chardonnay Ursulines 2016. (Boisset) Price :£32

France, Burgundy. Basic appellation, but a very good grower,
demonstrating proper taste of the grape. No oak, quite full.

Tournon Mathilda 2015. (Chapoutier) Price :£34

Australia, Victoria. This is the famous Rhône grower using a typical
Rhône white mix of viognier and marsanne in OZ. Dry, full, peachy.
Named after Michel Chapoutier’s daughter, coincidentally.

Graziano Chenin Blanc 2011. Price :£34

USA, California, Mendocino. Chenin blanc can be a long-lived
grape. This is rounded and dry, with a nice bit of body too.

Saint Véran 2017. (Domaine Perraud) Price :£34

France, Burgundy. Pouilly-Fuissé . Jean-Christophe
Perraud makes punchy chardonnay.

Bogle Chenin Blanc 2015. Price :£34

USA, Central California. An under-rated grape handled well here.
Dry and crisp, but the body too to take on spicy flavours.

Gewürztraminer d’Alsace (Boesch) 2016. Price :£34

N. E. France. Aromatic, grapey, but still dry. Excellent example of
this difficult varietal.

Plexus White 2016. (Duval) Price :£36

Australia, Barossa Valley. We’ve long listed Maestro Duval’s take on
Rhöne reds, and now here’s the white. Marsanne, roussanne and
viognier together like an Hermitage blanc. Full, dry, aromatic. A joy!

Collioure Blanc 2015. Price :£36

France, Pyrènées. Crazy-steep vineyard right by the Spanish border.
Co-operative effort of local growers – purely to maintain the
terraces. Quite full, dry and fresh-tasting. Weird local grapes.
Refreshing change from the regular stuff.

Pegasus Bay Bel Canto Riesling 2014. Price :£38

New Zealand, Waipara. Hint of spritz. Bold, dry, crisp with a citrus
edge. Quite an oddball, but we found it attractive.


Mâcon-Pierreclos 2015. (Marc Jambon) Price :£38

France, Burgundy. Smooth chardonnay, no oak.

Rully la Crée Domaine Pagnotta 2014. Price :£40

France, Burgundy, Côtes Chalonnaise. Traditional Burgundy
chardonnay. Dry with a lovely creamy style.

Domaine des Gandines Viré-Clessé 2017. Price :£40

France, Burgundy. Another Mâcon chardonnay, from the two best
villages, Viré and Clessé. Fresh with a hint of blossom, and organic.

Hautes Côtes de Beaune-Villages 2015. (Delagrange) Price :£40

France, Burgundy. Lesser vineyards but a decent grower, it’s very
good chardonnay. Think junior Meursault, which is the neighbour.

Chablis 2015. (Domaine Oudin) Price :£42

France, Burgundy. Fine dry chardonnay.

Sancerre 2017. (Boulay/Bailly) Price :£42

France, Loire. Dry smooth sauvignon blanc in the classic style.

Soave Classico ‘La Rocca’ 2016. (Pieropan) Price :£42

Italy, Veneto. Shocking price for Soave? But this is a ‘ ’
Italian white. Opulent, dry and flavour-rich. A revelation.

Pouilly-Fuissé Les Trois Terroirs 2017. (Domaine Cheveau) Price :£44

France, Burgundy. Posh Mâcon, rounded but intense chardonnay,
no oak. Quality wine.

St. Aubin 2016. (Marc Colin) Price :£48

France, Burgundy. Junior village but this is a serious grower (see his
Puligny below). Creamy, full chardonnay. For Burgundy, good


Yealands Estate Pinot Noir Rosé 2018. Price :£28

New Zealand. Smooth, fruity, dry.

Château Minuty 2017. Price :£34

France, St. Tropez. Classy estate in a classy area. Softly dry, fresh
style. Good match for seafood.


Rioja Crianza Bodegas Lan 2015. Price :£28

N. Spain. Bright, dry, typical Rioja-style. Top-notch bodega.

Mitolo ‘Jester’ Cabernet 2016. Price :£28

S. Australia. Bold curranty fruit to the fore from Ben Glaetzer.

Cerasuolo de Vittoria 2016. (Planeta) Price :£30

Italy, Sicily. Ripe aroma, silky tannins and a fruity finish. Class
producer where there’s lots of very basic winemaking.

Bergerac ‘Fruit’ 2016. (Jonc Blanc) Price :£30

Southern France. Dryish but juicy cabernet-dominant mix of grapes.
Modern winemaking of quality.

Izadi Rioja Reserva 2014. 30/Half: Price :£16

N. Spain. Benchmark, modern rioja: more fruit, less oak. Plus very old
vines make a difference.

Innocent Bystander Pinot Noir 2017. Price :£32

South Australia. Star winemaker Phil Sexton works his magic on this
difficult grape. Ultra-smooth and fruity, cool red.


Saumur-Champigny Domaine le Petit Vincent 2017. Price :£32

France, Loire. Cabernet franc, an under-rated grape. Shows
fruitiness but there’s structure too.

Yealands Pinot Noir 2017. Price :£34

New Zealand, Marlborough. Overtly fruity in a very nonBurgundian way.

Chiroubles 2015. (Daniel Bouland) Price :£34

France, Beaujolais. The smoothest and least well-known of the
Beaujolais crûs.

Corbieres Clos de l’Anhel 2016. (Guiraudon) Price :£36

Southern France. A lovely soft fruity style, with just a nice bit of
body. Well-made wine, and good value too.

Meloso Joven Tempranillo 2016. Price :£36

N. Spain, Ribera del Duero. Junior ‘young’ red, no oak, bright
fruit but structure too. Quality and value from a very posh wine

St. John’s Road Shiraz 2016. Price :£36

Australia, Barossa Valley. Strong, dark, some proper use of oak.

Buitenver wachting Christine 2012. Price :£38

S. Africa. An old (still unpronounceable) favourite. Smooth
claret style, gives decent claret a serious challenge. Good


Graham’s 20-year old Tawny Port. 10cl. Glass: Price :£10

Portugal. Old tawnies are the favourites of the producers.
Profound nutty richness from top house.

Muscat de Rivesaltes 2017. (Cazes) 10cl. Glass: Price :£6

Southern France. Sweet grapey nectar.

Barossa Botrytis Semillon 2016. (Peter Lehmann) 10cl. Glass: Price :£6

South Australia. Classic dessert wine style with an Aussie tweak.
Medium-sweet with tropical fruit notes, quite luscious.

I Capitelli 2015. (Roberto Anselmi) 10cl. Glass: Price :£9

Italy, Veneto. Sweet, golden, complex beauty. Think ripe apricots
and pears together. Legendary winemaker.

Innocent Bystander Pink Moscato 2018. Half: Price :£13

South Australia. Here’s a bit of pink frothy fun. Low in alcohol
(5.5%) with ‘Turkish Delight’ notes. Enough for three glasses.

Loupiac Cuvée d’Or 2008. (D.-Rodillon) Half: Price :£24

France, Bordeaux. Sauternes neighbour. Similarly medium-sweet
but lighter and fresher than Sauternes-proper. Good botyritis.

Cyprés de Climens 2009. Half: Price :£42

France, Bordeaux. Sauternes. Climens is one of the great wine
estates. This is the second wine, but in a magnificent vintage.
Toasty, rich, layered, majestic.

Bonnezeaux Domaine du Petit Val 1995. Price :£68

France, Loire. Mature chenin blanc, still lively; from a class area.
Baked apple sort-of flavours. Medium-sweet.

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The Walnut Tree Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday 12:00 – 9:00 pm
Wednesday 12:00 – 9:00 pm
Thursday 12:00 – 9:00 pm
Friday 12:00 – 9:00 pm
Saturday 12:00 – 9:00 pm
Sunday Closed

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About The Walnut Tree

A famous inn and restaurant since the early 60’s, The Walnut Tree sits two miles east of Abernathy. It offers proper dining and drinking in an informal setting. There are around 20 tables simply laid. The restaurant seats up to 70 diners and we open from Tuesday to Saturday, lunchtime and evening.

The food is an eclectic mix, based on Shaun Hill’s personal taste, paired with sound cooking techniques; rather than a particular country’s cuisine. A unifying feature is the core of excellent ingredients.

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The Walnut Tree
Average rating:  
 1 reviews
 by nathan athay

This place is amazing, i was lucky enough to get the table from the garden with a breathtaking view. The staff was excellent and extremely attentive! Delicious food and the desert was wow!!