Byron’s Brasserie at Colwick Hall
Attentive service with a smile and delightful modern British cuisine await at Byron’s Brasserie. Located within the historical Grade II* listed Colwick Hall and named after the famous romantic poet Lord Byron, the Brasserie is the perfect dining option for every occasion.
Awarded a coveted AA rosette in 2018, and also a finalist in the Nottingham Post’s Nottinghamshire Food and Drink Awards, head chef Jason Littlewood and his team focus on high-quality ingredients and freshly prepared food that is both consistent and exceptional in flavour. The menu is varied to suit a range of palates and is flexible in catering for all dietary requirements. Highlights include chef Jason’s twist on classic cauliflower cheese as a starter. The pan-roasted fillet of sea bass stands out among the mains and is served with basil-infused fish sauce, leek rosti and squid ink tempura-battered soft-shell crab. For those with a sweet-tooth, the unique take on sticky toffee pudding is hard to resist.
On arrival, guests can indulge in a speciality gin cocktail or glass of Prosecco in the airy bar and lounge area, before dining in exquisite surroundings. Menus are presented in classic novels and the Brasserie boasts many themed experiences including the well-established afternoon tea – just a few of the many reasons to make Byron’s Brasserie your next dining destination.