Careys Manor Hotel Brockenhurst - choice of 3 restaurants

A choice of three very different dining styles at Careys Manor – try one of them!

_MG_9308_180.jpg - 44.34 KBIn the heart of the New Forest, Careys Manor Hotel not only welcomes its guests to enjoy the miles of beautiful ancient woodland, luxurious accommodation and award winning spa facilities, the Victorian manor house boasts three dining options, just too good to miss; delicious, unique and award winning cuisine awaits.

Enjoy award winning cuisine in elegance at the two AA Rosette Manor Restaurant

At the elegant two AA Rosette, Manor Restaurant, discover award winning cuisine and excellent service; Executive Chef Chris Wheeldon and his team specialise in creating classic British dishes with an inspired French twist, and are dedicated to using seasonal, free-range ingredients sourced from carefully selected local suppliers. Expect nothing less than excellence when it comes to the service, the Manor team are always on hand to ensure that your dining experience is flawless; from your mouth-watering starter to your post dinner coffees and petit fours in front of the fire. For around £40 per head, you can sample a delicious three course menu, with culinary delights including succulent ‘Creedy Carver Duck with Truffle Mash, Spring Greens, Roast Cauliflower and Almond Jus’ and ‘Caramelised Cashew Nut Parfait, with Glazed Pears and Chocolate Mousse’.

Relax and unwind at the AA Rosette Zen Garden Thai Restaurant

SenSpa at Careys Manor Hotel is an award winning, Thai-inspired spa offering unrivalled treatments and award winning spa facilities, and nothing could be better than a Thai spa with an authentic Thai restaurant. The AA Rosette Zen Garden Restaurant is located next to SenSpa, open to residents, non-residents and spa day guests and offers a true taste of Thailand. The serene Thai palace-inspired restaurant tempts your taste buds with mouth-watering aromas and offers a fusion of exotic flavours taking you to Thailand, without the jetlag. The restaurant’s expert Thai chefs recreate a most delicious and traditional selection of dishes such as the classic ‘Tom Yam Soup’ packed with chilli, and a mouth-watering ‘Gaeng Phed Ped Yang’ (Duck Red Curry), created from the freshest ingredients available, combining herbs and spices from Thailand with local, seasonal produce for an ethical and unforgettable menu. Whether you are ‘lunching’ with friends or enjoying a romantic dinner for two, you can enjoy an authentic feast for around £35 per person, assuming that you cannot resist the ‘Kai Satay’ (Chicken Satay Skewers and Cashew Nut Sauce) to start and a delectable Thai pudding, perhaps the ‘Pineapple Carpaccio with Agave Syrup, Fresh Basil and Coconut sorbet’, because there is always room for dessert.

Enjoy an informal French bistro atmosphere and regional French cooking at Le Blaireau Bar & Bistro

La Rue_180.jpg - 60.32 KBFor simply delicious, regional French cooking, a warm relaxed atmosphere and excellent service look no further than Le Blaireau Bar & Bistro, located at the front of Careys Manor Hotel. The charming restaurant invites you to travel to Paris for just one night, full of character and the aromas of home-cooked French food, sip fine wines and enjoy delicious cuisine such as a traditional ‘French Onion Soup’, followed by the perfect French-British combination of ‘28 Day Aged Hampshire Fillet of Beef Medallions with Dauphinoise Potato, Vegetables, Shallot and Red Wine Jus’. At Le Blaireau, you will say ‘Bon Appetite’ for three courses at around £35 per person, that is, not including your choice of delicious French wines, which the team would be happy to assist you with for the perfect pairings.  The unique restaurant even offers its very on French street, La Rue; perfect for groups, the special function room is the ideal backdrop to your special occasion.Le Blaireau cropped_180.jpg - 38.52 KB

So, take your pick of the three Careys Manor Restaurants – and let us know how you find your experience!

March 2014

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