The Regency Restaurant

The Regency Restaurant

British

0.5 miles
The Manor Hotel, Main Road, Meriden, Nr. Solihull, CV7 7NH
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The stunning 16th-Century, four-star Manor Hotel is a luxurious 112-bedroom hotel located in the very heart of England, within the picturesque village of Meriden. This stunning getaway is surrounded by countryside, yet is only minutes away from the M42, allowing easy access to the motorway links of the M40, M6 and M5, and only three miles from Birmingham International Airport (BHX) and Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre (NEC).

Set beyond the impressive Georgian facade of the hotel, the two-AA-rosette Regency Restaurant offers guests an exceptional dining experience in an elegant environment. Diners can soak up the relaxed atmosphere while enjoying pre-dinner drinks within the Regency Bar. Those who appreciate fine food and drink will be far from disappointed - the head chef champions fresh, local ingredients which are showcased on seasonal menus. The restaurant manager presents a comprehensive wine list with a range of carefully chosen wines incorporating flavours to suit every palate and complement every dish. Whatever the occasion - whether you're visiting for an intimate dinner for two or a fun night with your friends and family - the Regency Restaurant can satisfy and cater for all your needs.
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Opening Hours:
Mon:6pm-10pm
Tues:6pm-10pm
Weds:6pm-10pm
Thurs:6pm-10pm
Fri:6pm-10pm
Sat:6pm-10pm
Sun:6pm-9.30pm
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