A mild Christmas may be forecast but there’s a chill in the air so we’ve created some new winter warmer dishes to join the menu in The Brasserie.
David Kelman, head chef, has designed a selection of new meals to showcase the tastes of the local countryside. Gloucestershire and the seven counties that surround it are bountiful in the very best English ingredients and this is where David takes his inspiration for most of his dishes.
He has cooked several times for the Royal Family and knows how to create a delicious meal for the most exacting of taste buds. David says: “The menu is designed to create fine homely food with flavours that will warm the soul and keep Jack Frost at bay.”
Also back at Ellenborough Park is Piotr Antkowicz, fresh from his three-month training at Noma, the ‘World’s Best Restaurant 2011’. , Piotr is now busy applying everything he learnt during his once in a lifetime experience in Copenhagen to the meals created in our kitchens.
You will be able to enjoy dishes such as:
Roast tomato and butternut squash soup with toasted seeds and basil oil
Strips of beef fillet, wild mushrooms in an ale jus served in a crisp puff tartlet with creamed potato puree
Baked apple and walnut cheese cake with a green apple sorbet
The winter warmers coincide with the launch of set menus which will be available at The Brasserie every Monday to Thursday.
A two-course set meal consisting of a first and main course, or a main course and dessert, is available for £14.95 between 12pm and 5pm. A three-course dinner is available between 5pm and 9pm for £19.95.