The Dining Room At Mallory

Harbury Lane, Bishop's Tachbrook , Leamington Spa, CV33 9QB

1 reviews

82 British Warwickshire

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The Dining Room At Mallory says

The Dining Room at Mallory Court Hotel & Spa is a beautiful, oak-panelled restaurant, boasting a number of accolades and awards for refined cuisine, including 3 AA Rosettes. With stunning views from its terrace over the gardens and the Warwickshire countryside beyond, Mallory Court's multi award-winning Dining Room is the region's most celebrated restaurant. Menus are bursting with fresh, contemporary flavours combined with a modern British flair. Dishes showcase the best seasonal produce available from respected local suppliers in the agricultural heart of England, while others are inspired by the bounty of our established kitchen gardens.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Leamington Spa Station 3km

Warwick Station 4km

Address

Address: Harbury Lane, Bishop's Tachbrook , Leamington Spa CV33 9QB

Opening times

Sun-Fri 12N-1.30pm Mon-Sun 6.30-9pm

Nearby Landmarks

Leamington & County Golf Club 711m

M40 Junction 13 2km

Details

Telephone: 01926 330 214

Website:

Cuisine: British

Dinner: £55/65/75 (2/3/7 courses)

Private Dining: 14, 22

9.0

Food & Drink: 10.0

Service: 8.0

Atmosphere: 9.0

Value: 10.0

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 5.0

Foodess platinum reviewer 05 July 2009

Standard of food and drink from beginning to end was first-rate. Flawlessly detailed dishes brimming with flavour and textures including the generous variety of canapé served at perfect temperature, some warm, some cold (5 total). If tonight was an indication of the normal standard then this establishment deserves 2 stars. Neither John Campbell (Vineyard) nor Michael Caines (Gidleigh Park) in my experience have achieved this standard. The menu read interestingly. Wines favoured France. Technically the best bisque I have had anywhere, complete with scallop pieces and crab ravioli which helped transcend this starter to ethereal. A decorative plate of duck and foie gras terrine was also delectable. Two mains of rabbit loin yielded softly as did the delicate flavoured offal and pork belly served alongside. Morello cherry ice cream served with pistachio cake and pistachio ice-cream scattered with whole cherries only added to contentment. Service was good but not on par with the kitchen where fastidiously presented dishes [just the right side of fussy] were matched in taste and produced by a Chef with a well-tuned palate. Two menus comprising 3 courses £40 or £55. Generous sized tables were housed in a comfortably arranged dining room. I just wish I was within easy striking distance of this homely Country House.