Available on Tuesdays to Thursdays from September until the end of November 2013, guests can spend autumnal evenings enjoying fresh, seasonal dishes in the five star restaurant’s intimate lakeside setting.
The three-course menu, priced at £39.50 per person, has been designed by executive head chef Phil Thompson to include the finest local English produce, prepared with a French twist. Guests will also have the option to indulge with an additional course of Ravioli of Native Lobster and glass of Moët et Chandon Champagne on arrival, for £55 per person.
Auberge du Lac hosts five classically decorated private dining rooms, which can seat from two to 30 guests, and is the perfect setting for entertaining clients or to celebrate a special occasion.
John Keating, General Manager of Brocket Hall, said: “We are very excited about Auberge du Lac’s new seasonal menu. The offer is an excellent opportunity for diners to experience our high standard cuisine and service, within the historic setting of the Brocket Hall estate”.
Brocket Hall is set in 543 acres of stunning parkland, complete with two championship golf courses and luxury accommodation in the estate’s Melbourne Lodge. It is also an ideal location to escape to from the city, being only 25 minutes from central London by train. The estate is also a unique venue for weddings and corporate events.