Tudors Restaurant is within the Marygreen Manor Hotel, a beautiful 16th century Tudor building that exudes comfort and period charm. The lofty beams and decor of the restaurant provide an extravagant and luxurious atmosphere, perfect for a special occasion or, as my family and I enjoyed recently, Sunday lunch.
The set menu includes three courses for £23.00. Not the cheapest option around but dishes are a little bit different from the usual Sunday lunchtime fare, freshly prepared and beautifully presented. The exception is perhaps the vegetarian dish of Penne Pasta with Pesto Sauce, which although extremely tasty, was an unimaginative choice, I thought, given that the a la carte vegetarian menu has such a wonderful selection.
We were a party of eight and a deposit was required at the time of booking. The service was efficient and attentive and we did not feel rushed at any time. Our visit was very enjoyable and I look forward to returning.
Pre drinks can be enjoyed in the hotel bar where you can also peruse the menu and place your order. The restaurant has other menus, including the aforementioned exclusively vegetarian menu, and the hotel also offers cream teas, which I haven't tried yet but I am told are very good. There are also conference rooms and a private dining area, the Henry Vlll suite, which comes with its own bar area and cloakroom.
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