Boulters Riverside Brasserie takes casual dining to new heights, combining tradition and modernity in a fusion of simplicity and sophistication. A bright, stylish interior with magnifi cent views down the Thames makes this an idyllic venue. Arrive in style by boat and relax with a cocktail as you soak up the surroundings.
Executive chef Daniel Woodhouse’s belief that every dish should excite the palate is refl ected in the exciting range of menus. It doesn’t matter if you opt for a light lunch, charming afternoon tea or a three-course meal, your food will be beautifully presented, freshly prepared and of the highest standard. There’s a carefully sourced wine list available to complement your meal perfectly. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable and only too happy to discuss the choice of wine and food, and most dishes can be adapted to suit allergies.
Though all the choices were tempting, I plumped for the delicious ham hock terrine, which was full of fl avour, while my partner enjoyed the deep-fried truffl e Brie. Our main dishes were sublime and stood testament to Daniel’s culinary talent. The roast Berkshire beef fillet was cooked to perfection and the delicate sea bass was exquisite. An indulgent chocolate and amaretti torte, and poached cherries in kirsch completed the perfect meal.
Boulters’ first-rate surrounds are some of the most breathtaking in the Home Counties, so it naturally follows that occasions hosted here are one of a kind. A cover of up to 50 guests can be catered for with á la carte dining, and parties of over 50 with outstanding buffet and set-menu offerings. The expert team will help you at every stage of planning, taking the hassle out of the process leaving you to make the most of the day.
Special offers and vouchers are regularly available on the website, so you can enjoy this gem for less than you’d imagine.