Restaurant Reviews

Brown’s Hotel

The soaring atriums are furnished in a clean biscuit-brown wood and with cosseting fireplaces and armchairs, and a pianist adds to the easy atmosphere.

The Pudding Bar

Our tea stand groans under the weight of the ‘Strawberry Bombs’ of French meringue with whipped strawberry mousse to squares of brownie with dark chocolate ganache.

Rabbit

Interweaving strips of garnet-hued venison and rainbow beetroot – this is tangy, gamey and glorious food, a real treat to look at that also happens to taste sublime.

Kettners

Try the afternoon tea with free-flowing Prosecco and unlimited sandwiches, cakes and scones for £37.50. This can be had from 1-4pm on Mondays through to Fridays.

Four to Eight

From the grill a leg of lamb is sliced laterally and charred, similar to a cut of steak but with the addition of a central, flavour-rich bone that is unusual but not unwelcome.