A LUXURY Worcestershire hotel is offering a new six-course tasting menu combining French and English cuisine.

The dishes on offer at Wood Norton Hotel, near Evesham, will include hand-dived scallops, aged fillet of beef and rhubarb soufflé.

Steve Sweeny, general manager at The Wood Norton Hotel, said: "We're delighted to introduce our new tasting menu to the Fleur de Lys Restaurant.

"Last year our tasting menu received a wonderful response from locals and tourists alike – inspiring head chef Kieran Hunt and his team to work hard and experiment with new and exciting flavours, making this year's selection even better."

Meanwhile, the Fleur de Sel Brasserie has also changed its offering to introduce traditional 19th century cooking elements into dishes including salted beef tartare, maple cured pork belly and 28-day salt aged sirloin steak.

Steve added: "All our new dishes demonstrate the dedication to culinary excellence. Our food has made us popular with the local Worcestershire community and guests from across the UK, and we hope our new dishes will encourage people to try something new."