Our new Posh Noshers evenings return on Thursday 24th January with the theme of ‘Duck & Pinot’

Our extremely popular Posh Noshers evenings will be returning again this month.

If you have enjoyed one of these superb events at the Sun Inn previously, you’ll know they are fabulous affairs – filled with incredible food, fine wines and a wonderful atmosphere. If you haven’t attended one before, you are certainly in for a treat!

The next one takes place on Thursday 24th January and will be presented by EWGA Wines alongside our head chef, Joe Robinson.

For £65 per person, you will enjoy a sumptuous five-course dinner with paired wines, as well as an aperitif, canapés and coffee to finish.

Guests will enjoy a fabulous selection of canapés, followed by the food and wine menu as follows…

Duck fat glazed sourdough, paired with a sparkling Pinot Grigio, Canaletto, Italy.

Cured duck ham, fried oyster, oyster aioli and confit duck yolk, with a Pinot Blanc ‘Prince Abbes’, Alsace, France.

Pressed duck leg, celeriac remoulade , pickled gooseberry and walnut loaf, followed by duck tortellini, smoked beetroot, elderberry and a duck fat curd. Served with a Torre dei Vescovi Pinot Nero, Veneto, Italy.

Salt aged duck breast, artichoke, hen of the woods and black pudding, with a Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Belena, Burgundy, France.

Duck and rhubarb mille-feuille, with an Altitudes Reserve Pinot Noir, Chile.

Accompanying the dishes will be an excellent selection of wines from Italy, France and Chile. They will be introduced throughout the evening by our guest wine speaker. 

If you fancy making a night of it, a selection of rooms are available to book on each date. You can enjoy great savings on accommodation with a standard room for £45, superior for £50 and deluxe £55 per person, including accommodation and full English breakfast.

To book your place at Posh Noshers, please call us on 015242 71965.

We’re also looking to rename these popular events – and the winner can enjoy a £25 voucher of any purchase at the Sun Inn! If you fancy popping on your creative hat and coming up with a brand new name for ‘Posh Noshers’ – drop an email over to Danielle at danielle@bloomincreative.co.uk with your suggestions.

Meet the team: Arina Hazan, Housekeeper

Happy New Year everyone! We’re kicking off our first blog of 2019 with another instalment of our Meet the Team series. 

So far, we’ve introduced you to our wonderfully friendly general manager, Janine and our super talented head chef, Joe

Today we’d like you to meet our lovely housekeeper, Arina Hazan. Arina is one of our longest serving staff members and has worked here for 11 years! She makes sure that every one of our rooms is totally spotless for our guests enjoying a relaxing getaway at the Sun Inn.

Tell us a bit about yourself

I have lived in Kirkby Lonsdale for 11 years but I am originally from Latvia! I have one son, his name is Emil.

How long have you worked at the Sun Inn?

11 years, I started here as a waitress at the same time as I moved to the town. 

What are your main responsibilities and what’s the best bit about your job?

I do the housekeeping, so I make sure people enjoy staying in nice and clean rooms. The best bit about my job is the people I work with, we’re all like a small family here! As I’ve worked here for so long the Sun Inn really does feel like a second home to me. I also love lunch time because the chefs will make a nice lunch for us.

What’s your favourite tipple and your favourite food choice off the menu?

A non-alcoholic drink I like mint tea, but if I go out then a whiskey and coke. My favourite choice off the menu is the steak.

Why do you think the Sun Inn is such a popular venue in the town?

I think because it’s a very friendly place and very cosy.

What’s your favourite work memory?

My first day here!

What’s your favourite thing about Kirkby Lonsdale?

I love that it is very quiet and small so everyone knows each other.

A day in the life of Arina Hazan

My morning alarm goes off at 6.30am. I have a cup of coffee and make sure my son is ready and sorted for school. Then I shower and get ready for work before having breakfast. After I do the school run I go straight to work and get through all my tasks of the morning before having lunch at the Sun. I clock off at 3pm and then my evening routine is usually making some dinner for us, then pyjamas on the sofa, watching a film and chilling out.

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