Marygreen Manor Brentwood Essex Hot

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Marygreen Manor Brentwood Essex
Marygreen Manor Brentwood Essex
Marygreen Manor Brentwood Essex
Address London Road
Town/City Brentwood
County Essex
Postcode CM14 4NR
Tel No. 01277 225 252
Website http://www.marygreenmanor.co.uk/
Opening Times Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner, contact venue for further details
Facilities Parking • Function Room • Garden • Bar/Lounge

The Baronial Hall of Marygreen Manor is a 16th century Manor House featuring Tudor's Restaurant. they are also available for weddings, conferences and functions. They also run a lot of exclusive deals and special offers which you can find on their website.Marygreen ManorTudors offers contemporary European cuisine and provides guests with a choice between a great A la Carte menu or their fixed priced menus, complimented by an award winning wine list. Tudors restaurant and Chef Paul Peters have recently been awarded Marygreen's second AA Rosette.Set in an original 16th century Manor House, Tudors warm interiors and high beamed ceiling offer the perfect setting for any special occasion. Period rooms are available for private dining.Tudors is open 7 days a week to non-residents. As well as providing full lunch time and dinner menus, afternoon teas and snack menus are also available. Guests can enjoys such treats in the tranquil gardens or conservatory in the warmer seasons, or by the open log fire in an oak panelled lounge in the cooler months.

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7.5   (2)
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Luxury Lunch

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8.6
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8.0
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Reviewed by Aidan Fraser
February 06, 2009
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful

The restaurant is named The Tudors at The Marygreen Manor and is based just outside Brentwood High Street. It has a large car park which was completely full yesterday lunch time, but I can certainly see why, it is absolutely breathtaking inside. I cannot recall the last time I went to a restaurant that looked so old but still so well maintained. The Tudors has had 2 AA Rosettes for as long as I can remember, the food and the service were without fault. We went for the set price lunch menu which included some of the best Crab Cakes I have ever tasted, served with Pumpkin Salsa. The main course of Lamb Shank was cooked well, but paired with an olive sauce that was ok, it just did not blow me away. The wine waiter was able to recommend a delicious Rioja to accompany the Lamb - which was amazing, I wish I had remembered to ask the name of it! All served with individual portions of fresh vegetables at no extra charge. Dessert of Apple Tarte Tatin was another absolute winner, delicious.

My guest and I were then led through to the lounge to sit in front of a real log fire where we were served coffee in comfortable armchairs. Apparently I could then have ordered from their Whisky Trolley!!!!

Treat yourself, go visit.

 

Afternoon Tea - a mixed bag

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6.9
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Reviewed by jill
March 31, 2008
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful

Afternoon tea at Marygreen Manor is a mixed affair of good and bad.

Good:
-Waiting staff are very helpful, polite and very well trained.
- Food is great, although not plentiful, restrained but tasty.
- Quite busy with business people and locals combined, nice ambience.
- We went with a group with prams and they had made a very good effort to ensure we had enough room - although they were pre-warned.
- Very good value.

Bad:
- Overpriced champagne by the glass (flat and old, we should have complained) but by the bottle is reasonable.
- Front of house staff were rude and unhelpful. Disappointing as the waiting staff were so accommodating.
- No baby changing facilities, but this may be because we couldn't find the disabled toilets. The toilets were, however, very clean and luxurious!

Would I go again? Absolutely.

 
 

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