Adams Brasserie at Luton Hoo Hotel
Where can you have dinner with Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant? At Adam’s Brasserie guests dine under the gaze of stars who have all appeared in ﬁlms shot on location at Luton Hoo.
Housed in the original coach house and stable complex designed by famous 18th-century architect Robert Adam, Adam’s Brasserie offers a relaxed atmosphere coupled with an excellent menu featuring stylish, contemporary dishes and familiar favourites made from seasonal and local produce. Overlooking the stable courtyard, here guests can choose from cosy booths with leather banquettes lining one wall, or smart tables that are ideal for couples, families, business colleagues and golfers who have enjoyed a round on Luton Hoo’s adjoining parkland course.
The brasserie menu changes regularly, but you can expect innovative starters such as Stilton and spiced red wine-poached pear salad, followed by main courses that might include braised beef cheek or seared Loch Duart salmon. Needless to say, there are also plenty of tempting desserts – it’s no wonder Adam’s Brasserie has been included in The Good Food Guide, as recommended by the public.
Adam’s Brasserie is open for lunch and dinner Monday to Saturday and on Sundays guests can enjoy a traditional Sunday lunch.