A: We offer an a la carte menu of around 10-11 savoury dishes and recommend that you choose 3. We also have 3 desserts.
A: Nordic cuisine is about using what you have when it is at it’s best, and preserving the extra to use later on. Norse will use many of the traditional techniques for preserving food but in a modern style. We are currently using ingredients from across the UK and abroad but as we grow we will focus on using more and more local ingredients.
A: Norse is a relaxed restaurant. There is no particular dress code other than nothing that could offend other diners.
A: Our front of house team try all the dishes as they come on the menu and have an explanation from the chefs. Sometimes we will need help jogging our memory and we will confirm anything with the kitchen.
A: Yes! We are licensed for the sale of alcohol until midnight. We have a wide-ranging drinks list that includes aperitifs, craft beers and a selection of wine by the bottle or glass. After dinner there are dessert wines and whisky. Paul has a particular hankering for gin, so we currently have 10 options for your gin and tonic primarily from small regional UK distilleries.
A: We decided to use Riedel stemless wine glasses because we were concerned about space and stability on our tables. Some of our older tables are quite rustic and uneven, this is not a good recipe for the survival of wine glasses. If you have a particular aversion to drinking from a stemless glass we do have some glasses with stems available for use – just give us an extra minute or two to dig them out.
A: You will be provided with tap water as standard with your meal, if you would like to order bottled water this is also available.
A: We would never exclude children for visiting Norse, however due to the facilities in the kitchen we can only offer the dishes on the menu. We can tweak and simplify dishes but we can only use the ingredients we have.
A: Our notice requirements for allergies/dietary requirements are on the home page and also mentioned during the booking process. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email or call the restaurant.
A: We allocate 2-2.5 hrs per table for bookings up to 7pm. Tables booked from 7.30pm onwards are yours for the remainder of the evening.
A: The chef will cook the meat the way that he feels shows off the produce at its best. If you have a particular way you would like your meat prepared let our team know.
A: We aim to change a couple of dishes every week.
A: All our meat comes from rare breed butchers Farmison and Co.
A: We work with a company called Yorkshire Foragers. They have a network of foragers that extends across the country, so much of our produce is from Yorkshire but there are plenty of exceptions and we're happy to tell you where individual items are from.
A: We do offer the opportunity to bring your own wine. We are happy to chill, open and serve your wine for a corkage charge of £15 per bottle.
A: We are happy to serve your cake in the restaurant after you have finished your meal. If you would like to be served cake instead of dessert we charge cakeage at £4 per person.
A: We’re happy to host groups celebrating in the restaurant.
A: The restaurant may be available for exclusive hire, if you would like to discuss this drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: Yes! We relaunched our tasting menu at the end of July and this is priced at 49.00 per guest.
A: With the return of the tasting menu we also brought back our drinks pairing. This is priced at 35.00 per guest and showcases some fantastic wines.
A: Currently we do not serve cheese, but we aim to change this in the future.
A: Norse is located on Swan Road near the Valley Gardens. There is some free on-street parking that requires a disc, the council car park outside Crescent Gardens is also nearby.
A: We're afraid to say that our restaurant does not have disabled toilets.
A: We only have a small bar with stools where you can have a drink before you dine.
A: Snaps is a Scandinavian pre/during/post dinner alcoholic drink and is known in Germany and other European countries as Schnapps. Traditionally many Scandinavians use akvavit as the based for their snaps and then infuse the alcohol with a variety of flavours both sweet and savoury. We use a flavourless vodka as the base for our snaps and infuse all our flavours in-house.
A: Yes, please check the website for further details.
A: Booking a table at Norse is very easy. The best way is online at our website.
A: Please call us and let us know, we may be able to refund your deposit.
A: You are very welcome to walk-in but the best way to ensure we have a table available for you is to book online.
A: We understand that things don’t always go to plan and sometimes people are late for their reservation. Please do give us a call to let us know and be prepared that there may be a slight delay in your meal if you arrive at the same time as other parties.
A: If you need to cancel or change your reservation you can email us on email@example.com or give us a call on 01423-313-400. We really appreciate as much notice as possible because it allows us to call any guests that may be hoping for a table or rearrange the dining room to improve comfort for everyone.
A: We do not include a service charge on your bill. All tips go to the people that are working that shift and they are shared equally between all members of the team.
A: We live in Harrogate so we have tried many of the restaurants in town. We would recommend The Orchid (Pan-Asian), Deano's Graze and Grill (English Grazing), La Oliva (tapas), La Feria (Chicken/Andalucian) or Will & Vics (Classic English).
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