As you careen the Cambridge countryside you'll spot a grand sight just within reach. Built by the great grandson of John Jacob Astor, historic Langdon Hall embodies classic English ambience with impeccable five diamond award-winning cuisine led by Executive Chef Jason Bangerter.
Be prepared as both your palate and visual senses indulge upon a magnificent journey—starting with the serene atmosphere.
For a well-orchestrated evening, it's always the wisest of decisions to choose a restaurant's tasting menu. And an even better decision to add a wine pairing. Le meilleur qui soit.
Memorable dishes of the evening included "Albacore Tuna Canapé"—a pure showstopper.
Served over the actual tuna's spine. Meticulous.
Next came "Potted Earth."
Young vegetable fresh from Langdon Hall's gardens, green goddess and dressed kaniwa. The "soil" was SO good, we had to ask what was in it again.
"Cod on Cod" made an appearance in its full glory.
Fogo Island cod cheek on salted cod with oxeye daisy caper remoulade was delightful.
"Duck Foot" made its way front and center.
Bird liver parfait, crispy skin, cacao and chickweed made this foot rather tasty.
Snow Crab & Caviar was a sight to see.
Snow crab, caviar, bronze fennel made for a delicious buttermilk panna-cotta-esque texture.
"Strawberry Gazpacho" is presented in a hands-on fashion.
Mascarpone, tomato, basil and nasturtium made for a refreshing take. Be sure to watch the video in action!
We couldn't get enough of the "Marinated Lamb."
Black radish, ramp pickle, leek flowers and lamb aioli made a decadent flavor profile.
"Poussin" arrived welcoming autumn with open arms.
Roasted baby chicken, foie gras, garden pea, drizzled with lavender honey was just as divine as it sounds.
Almost last, but certainly not least: "Taste the Garden"
Foraged leaves, fresh berries and petals—fresh from the garden. We know you can't stop staring at this plate. It's hypnotizing.
Finishing an epic tasting menu experience, we welcomed "Terroir Au Lait."
The 40% Milk Chocolate Hazelnut Bomb was designed by Executive Chef Jason Bangerter and Pastry Chef Rachel Nicholson at Cacao Barry’s prestigious Or Noir in Paris, France.
Executive Chef Jason Bangerter garnishes so many awards and accolades, such as "Chef of the Year 2017," "Best Farm to Table Chef," Relais & Chateaux, 2015 Rising Chef Trophy," "Five Diamond Restaurant Award by CAA/AAA 2014, 2015, 2016," there is simply not a better time than now to see for yourself.
Always available by foot and Uber, but should you take the Bentley, complimentary valet parking is available.