Review on Lytton's Restaurant at Mercure Letchworth Hall Hotel
Lyttons is the signature restaurant set within the Mercure Letchworth Hall Hotel, a 17th century manor house surrounded by 8 acres of lovely grounds, home to Muntjac deer and the famous Letchworth Black squirrels. The restaurant keeps things plain and simple with a minimalist design bathed in natural light and elegant gold chandeliers providing a touch of glamour.
The kitchen is committed to sound ethics when it comes to sourcing ingredients for its dishes and there is a strong focus on supporting small local producers. Seasonal menus offer dishes in the shape of pulled ham hock terrine, grain mustard, spiced apple, gherkins, pickled vegetables and ciabatta toast amongst the starters, followed by a main course of slow cooked Blythburgh real free range pork belly, lemon, rosemary, garlic marinade, colcannon, sticky shallot gravy and apple sauce or from the sea seared Scottish salmon supreme, wilted greens, potato crush and chive butter sauce. When it comes to desserts you might see vanilla crème brulee, sugar crust paired with shortbread biscuits or Oreo cookies and cream cheesecake, cherries in kirsch and chantilly cream.
Letchworth Hall Hotel has 87 delightfully appointed bedrooms should you wish to extend your stay and enjoy the surrounding countryside.
British / International / Afternoon Tea
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.30pm (2.30 - 5.30pm Afternoon Tea)
Dinner: 6.00 - 9.30pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card