Review on The Garrick Brasserie, Hendon Hall Hotel
Famous as the home of legendary eighteenth-century thespian David Garrick (whose memorial still stands in the grounds), Hendon Hall has enjoyed a colourful history over the years: it once served as a Victorian girls' school and RAF convalescent home, and was resurrected as a hotel after World War II.
Meals are served in an opulent Gothic-style dining room with impressive columns, billowing drapes, high-backed seats and dramatic red colour schemes - but there 's nothing stuffy or archaic about the food. The kitchen delivers a mix of brasserie dishes old and new that might span everything from confit of duck with rocket and Parmesan salad to glazed lemon tart with green tea ice cream. In between, expect Caesar salad, steamed fillet of salmon with sauce vierge, chicken pot au feu and warm chocolate fondant with crème fraîche ice cream.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card