Echoes Restaurant

Echoes Restaurant


0.5 miles
The Norfolk, Richmond Hill, Bournemouth, BH2 6EN

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A charming blend of Edwardian grandeur and contemporary comfort is what makes this elegant, historic hotel in the centre of Bournemouth so unique. Originally converted from two Victorian villas, and once the home of the Duke of Norfolk, The Norfolk is a stylish and relaxed place to spend a weekend away. There are 95 restful en-suite rooms, plus stunning gardens and leisure facilities. What's more, beautiful Bournemouth beach is minutes from the hotel's front door.

To truly make your stay complete, a visit to the hotel's restaurant, Echoes, is a must. Indeed, even if you aren't a resident of the hotel you should make time to visit Echoes Restaurant. Light and airy during the daytime, and atmospheric and candlelit by night, this Art Deco-style restaurant is known by locals and tourists alike as a special setting for lunch, dinner or afternoon tea. The hotel itself is also a memorable place to hold a wedding or other special event. The cuisine is modern British in style and created using quality, fresh ingredients from local suppliers. The lunch and dinner menus change seasonally and depending on the produce available, so there is always something new to try. The Norfolk's skilled kitchen team creates food that is at once classic and modern, giving favourite dishes their own, contemporary twist.

Unsurprisingly, given the restaurant's seaside location, seafood and fish dishes, such as scallops with black pudding and ceps and sea bream with wild garlic dressing, always go down a storm. Other standout dishes from the ever-changing selection include braised beef with Ringwood ale and onion gravy, and, when in season, pheasant with wild mushroom and red wine sauce. The steaks and grill dishes are also sure to satisfy. For dessert, you can expect favourites such as apple and rhubarb crumble, and a fantastic cheeseboard featuring cheeses sourced from small, local farms.

There is a superb two-course lunch deal to take advantage of, as well as a gloriously indulgent afternoon tea selection which, in true Norfolk style, features a new take on traditional treats. There can surely be no better way to spend an afternoon than treating yourself to a full afternoon tea - which includes a glass of chilled Champagne - on the veranda, in the lounge or in the secret garden
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