There are all manner of reasons why, year on year, discerning visitors return to Highfield Park. Whether it’s an intimate dinner for two in the Chamberlain restaurant, a large group booking for friends and family or colleagues, or even a meticulously planned wedding breakfast or other memorable occasion; a visit can’t help but be characterised by the estate’s princely Georgian splendour.
The menus at the Chamberlain restaurant showcase modern European cuisine at its finest. Think starters of deep-fried mozzarella arancini or pan-fried king scallops, followed by tarragon sundried tomato chicken roulade with sweet potato purée, wilted spinach and sauce vierge, or pan-fried lamb rump with fine-diced ratatouille, mini fondant potato and red wine jus. The stellar bill of fare is complemented by hand-crafted Italian-style pizza, a range of gourmet deli burgers and grill selections, ensuring something for each and every palate.
Afternoon tea at Highfield Park is an institution. Treat yourself or a loved one to oven-warm plain and fruited scones with clotted cream and strawberry preserve, a melange of light sandwiches and a plethora of fresh bakes such as coffee cake and French fancies, garnished with chocolate-dipped strawberries. Served with a choice of tea or coffee, there are few better ways to spend an afternoon.