Found within Oatlands Park hotel in the well heeled town of Weybridge, The Mulberry is a contemporary British restaurant which serves a seasonal menu and is open to both hotel guests and the general public.
The dining room at The Mulberry is elegant and sophisticated, featuring high ceilings, glittering chandeliers and large windows that flood the space with natural daylight, as well as allowing for envious views across the parkland. Despite its grand proportions, the dining room doesn’t feel stuffy or pompous, perhaps because tables are not heavily dressed (no white linen here) and because the walls are lined with pastoral artworks that add real warmth to the space.
The Mulberry opens daily for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, as well as for a carvery on Sundays. The menu champions modern British cuisine and evolves with the seasons, with the kitchen team using best-in-class produce and locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. At lunchtime, the menu consists of a great value set two- or three-course offering, with dishes you might find on your visit including fish and chips or slow-cooked pork belly, followed up with indulgent sweet treats such as apple crumble cheesecake and sticky toffee pudding.
Come evening, the menu expands to an a la carte which includes the traditional three courses, as well as sharing plates and dishes from a grill. You can kick-start your meal with soup of the day or tempura prawns with garlic mayonnaise, before moving on to main courses such as seafood linguine or chicken curry. To round off your meal, choose from a tempting list of desserts - raspberry posset with shortbread biscuit, for example.
Drinks wise, The Mulberry offers classic cocktails and wines. However, if tea is your one true love, try the restaurant’s traditional afternoon tea offering, complete with finger sandwiches and freshly-baked scones.