We are open for food and drinks in our table service format on the upper floors, subject to the current goverment guidelines. We are still taking booking for events several months away.
When restrictions are lifted on Monday 9th August pre-booking will no longer be required. Bar service will resume and groups of 6 or more can pre-book tables in the main bar for drinks only (deposit required). The Ballroom will continue to be open to the public during August.
Visit this page to submit booking enquiries and view our safety policies.
At the this time the only food menu available will be the Summer 2021 Menu.
Our other spirit obsession (not Tequila) is the wonderful world of Rum from which we have over sixty different brands behind the bar.
We have Rums from all over the globe, some highly collectable, some over-proof and some that will make you think you're eating chocolate! It's such a versatile spirit, enjoy it however you prefer, whether straight up, over ice, or maybe a Daiquiri. Here are five of our bartenders' recommendations.
El Dorado 12 Year Old | £5.00
A Demerara rum from Guyana that is distilled using a twin pot still. On the nose it is full of tropical fruit and spice essence, with hints of burnt cedar. On the palate it is full bodied, yet is quite a mellow and rounded rum, with flavours of vanilla, toasted oak, tobacco and citrus hints. On the tongue it has a pleasant leathery, velvet feel.
A Venezuelan rum made from molasses, aged in small oak barrels for 12 years. On the nose it has a rich syrup and coffee fragrance, as well as enticing thoughts of tequila and bananas. On the palate it has caramel, butter and a cognac-like fruitiness, reminiscent of dates. It has a medium body to it, with a sweet and slightly nutty finish.
Ron Zacapa 23 Year Old | £5.90
A Guatemalan Solera aged rum (a blend of 6-23 year-old rums) and is made from the first press sugar cane honey. This one has really long slow legs and a dark amber colour. On the nose it is sweet and complex like cola syrup that hints at vanilla, treacle, dried fruits with subtle nuttiness. On a second go at a sniff, you get strong spiciness, wet grass and greenery. On the palate it has chocolate, toasted oak, spiciness and has a smooth and dry body with a wonderful sweet finish and just enough burn.
Chairman's Reserve | £4.60
A St Lucian style rum. It is a selection and blend of continuous and double pot still rums personally selected by the chairman. It's very light in colour and has a rich nose of strong dry oak, orange and apple. On the palate it is quite soft and subtle with a reasonable amount of earthiness, with a short spicy finish.
Angostura 1919 | £4.75
From Trinidad and Tobago, this rum's complex nose reveals aromas of cocoa, molasses, caramel and vanilla. On the palate it is exceptionally smooth with flavours of chocolate, nougat, honey and almond butter. Try it neat, or in a Daiquiri.
Flor de Cana Grand Reserve 7 Year Old | £4.70
Dry and spicy, with wood flavours from the new white oak where it rests. Very smooth with a warm and slightly spicy finish. In fact, why not spice it up in a Mule?
Appleton's 21 Year Old | £9.50
Floral scent that develops into a unique mature nutty bouquet, with vanilla, orange peel and cocoa notes. Baked nuttiness comes on strongly in the tastes of molasses and oak.