Restaurant review - The Carrington Grill, De Vere Mottram Hall Hotel
PUBLISHED: 11:38 13 September 2013
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STYLE OF VENUE
This pleasant restaurant is part of the beautifully refurbished Mottram Hall Hotel. It’s brasserie style in appearance, yet rather like a modern gentlemen’s club: dark brown leather seating, polished parquet flooring and dark corners.
ON THE MENU
Great steaks perfectly cooked - plain or with sauces- and superb fish seem to dominate and they do it very well, but my vegetarian friend was happy with the choices for her. I could rave about the side orders - we were very greedy and ordered several, all excellent. We had the freshest green beans dripping in butter and as for the fat chips...divine. We were then too full for puddings, but the selection was enticing.
DECOR AND AMBIENCE
Livelier than I expected, clearly locals are enjoying the Carrington Grill. This is a hotel the community is enthusiastic about.
Good attentive service from a young lady who knew about sauces and sources.
£70 for two hearty courses, side orders, coffees (excellent coffees) and a decent bottle of wine. The wine list, as you’d expect from a hotel of this standing is lengthy.
Louise was a guest of Mottram Hall for this review.
The Carrington Grill
De Vere Mottram Hall Hotel
Mottram St Andrew