Thursday, 23 June 2016

Day 4 @Great Foster a16th-century mansion

Welcome to London! 

A place you must go! The Tudor Room at The Great Fosters. Great Foster is a 16th-century mansion which originally lay within Windsor Great Park and adjacent to the town of Egham, Surrey, England. They offer one of the most beautiful locations for afternoon tea in Surrey. The Cocktail Bar, Main Hall and Anne Boleyn are places you can find the afternoon tea being served. During the summer, they would serve tea on the terrace overlooking their stunning gardens. They cater for vegetarians, gluten free another special diets with 24 hours advance notice. 
Dinner at The Tudor Room was experience I won't forget. They also serve lunch and afternoon tea. Douglas Balish is the head chef, and the set dinner menu I had was the following:
28 Day Aged Beef Beef
Morels, wild garlic, potato terrine
Cheese
Five British cheeses, truffled honey, fig chutney, apple, pecan
Jing Tea
Cappuccino
Petitis Fours 

The Tudor Room opens for lunch on a Thursday & Friday and for dinner from Wednesday to Saturday. 

They have 43 bedrooms at The Great Fosters. They are awarded the AA 4 red star hotel. The Elizabethan architecture set on a 50 acres of stunning formal gardens and parkland. It is located minutes from the M3 and M25, and conveniently close to Heathrow and London.

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