By popular demand, Braz opens its doors all day, every day
The Brasserie at Mallory Court Hotel, which holds the only Michelin star in the Warwickshire region – will open its doors seven days a week from Monday April 5th.
The Brasserie which is separate to the main house restaurant boasts some coveted awards of its own – including tow AA rosettes, and is overseen by Michelin-starred head chef Simon Haigh. Its fine cuisine is available at pub prices and diners can still enjoy the same distinguished surroundings and gardens available at the Michelin star restaurant next door.
The Brasserie offers a relaxed atmosphere after work, with a spacious, relaxed and stylish bar. The restaurant at Harbury Lane offers, breakfasts, afternoon teas, and an a la carte menu throughout the week, with starters from only £4 and main courses from £10.
The prestigious location is fast becoming the place to be, and is admired by the rich and famous. Diners who choose to go ‘al fresco’ at the Art Deco Brasserie can delight on the spacious terrace just a short walk from the herb garden and 10 acres of beautifully manicured country house gardens. Perfect for an after dinner walk.
Notes to Editors:
The Brasserie opened in September 2005, and has a much more relaxed atmosphere and a less formal menu compared to fine dining in the main house. An art-deco style restaurant, with its own kitchens, private gardens and terrace, the Brasserie retains many of the features of the original cottage. Al fresco dining and afternoon teas in the summer on the terrace overlooks the private gardens. Starters from £4 and mains from £10, The Brasserie offers superb quality and is open 7 days a week from April 5th 2010.
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