Review on Hamiltonís

Hamilton's Guest House is home to a very popular restaurant and wine bar, occupying a corner site on Windsor Street in the heart of Chertsey, Surrey. The restaurant has a modern design with smartly laid tables set on oak wood flooring, and in summer months guests can take the opportunity of dining al fresco on their charming patio.

Heading up the kitchen is chef-patron Carter Williamson, who produces an interesting and varied modern European menu, placing much reliance on fresh seasonal ingredients, sourced locally where possible. Expect the likes of braised, roasted quail, puy lentils, celeriac, walnut thyme dressing and mixed cress or seared king scallops, wasabi potato puree, pickled cucumber and Lotus root amongst the starters. Main courses embrace braised belly of port, garlic mashed potato, mushroom black pudding, spring roll and port wine reduction or roasted monkfish, scallops, smoked pancetta, pea, lemon, herb risotto and shellfish sauce. Desserts continue the theme with Tobago chocolate truffle brownie, milk ice cream, raspberry syrup and biscuit crumble or burnt lemon tart, passion fruit sorbet and marshmallows.

Hamilton's has five modern bedrooms available should you wish to extend your stay.

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Cuisine

Modern European

Chef

Carter Williamson

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: 12.00 - 5.00pm Tue-Sat
Dinner: 6.30 - 10.00pm Tue-Sat

Accepted credit cards

Visa, Master Card

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Facilities at Hamiltonís

  • Alfresco dining
  • Private parties
  • Family Friendly

Accomodation

Accomodation is available, (5 rooms)

Address

Hamiltonís
Windsor House
23 Windsor Street
Chertsey
Surrey
KT16 8AY

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