From Asian-inspired feasts to a hearty Sunday roast, whatever you’re planning for Mothering Sunday this year, we’ve got the perfect Gloucestershire restaurant for you to wine and dine your mum in.
This Mother’s Day, Sunday 26 March 2017, whether you’re looking to impress on a budget or splash-out in style, take a look at SoGlos’s choice of Gloucestershire restaurants offering special Mother’s Day menus.
Don’t forget to book ahead – wilting garage-bought flowers or cheap chocs are hardly the best way to thank your mum for bringing you into the world, are they!
On the menu: The whole family can tuck into the famous Rene roast, complete with traditional trimmings, perfect if you don’t fancy a formal three-course dinner this Mother’s Day. On the menu, diners will find garlic and rosemary slow roasted leg of lamb; Scrumpy and sage roasted loin of pork; red wine and tarragon roasted sirloin of beef; and a mixed meat roast for the big eaters in attendance. Plus, there’s a nut and vegetable roast for the veggies too. On Mothering Sunday mums will also be treated to free desserts, offering a delicious end to a family meal.
SoGlos loves: Café Rene, often hailed as ‘Gloucester’s best known secret’, has earned itself a great reputation as a family-friendly venue and Mother’s Day will be no exception, when children are catered for with lunch for just £5.45 each.
When?: Sunday roast will be served between 12pm and 6pm on Sunday 26 March 2017.
How much?: Lunch ranges between £6.95 and £9.95 per person.
To book: Call (01452) 309340, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit caferene.co.uk directly.
On the menu: Pan-Asian restaurant Tiger’s Eye offers an innovative menu that has plenty to tempt diners this Mother’s Day. If your mum’s a fan of Japanese food she’ll love sample the delicious variety of sushi, including spicy tuna maki and California rolls, while the choice of starters span Vietnamese summer rolls and mini salmon fishcakes. In addition to mains such as five-spice duck breast, guests can enjoy an immersive dining experience by cooking their own meals right at the table on the Black Rock Grill. Choose from a selection of meats, including steak, kangaroo fillet and duck breast, grilled to perfection, with dishes served with chips, rice, noodles or fried potatoes.
SoGlos loves: The tempting dessert choices make a delightful end to Mother’s Day meals at Tiger’s Eye.
How much?: Normal menu prices apply
To book: Call (01452) 332993, email email@example.com or visit theoldbell-tigerseye.co.uk directly.
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On the menu: The Ox Cheltenham offers the perfect setting for enjoying a delicious Mother’s Day meal, with its Sunday lunch menu featuring tasty dishes to suit all palates. The restaurant, which is best known for its fine selection of steaks and meats, creates lip-smackingly good food using local and seasonal produce. The Sunday starters include Ox smoked salmon with cucumber and wasabi yoghurt; roasted bone marrow with Parmesan and caramelised onion on toast; and barbecue quail with tandoori sauce and spiced lentil. The star of the show is The Ox’s roasts, spanning crisp belly of pork; roast beef rib-eye; roast chicken; and a veggie option, which are served with roast potatoes, leeks and greens, cauliflower cheese and Yorkshire pudding. And, if you want to get your steak fix, you can also order a rump, rib-eye, sirloin or bavette, accompanied with triple-cooked chips and green peppercorn sauce.
SoGlos loves: The Ox’s impressive desserts include dishes such as a decadent baked chocolate mousse with peanut butter parfait, caramelised banana and peanut butter crunch; and a refreshing lemon meringue with crème fraîche ice-cream and candid lemon.
When?: Sunday 26 March 2017
How much?: Starters from £6.50, mains from £15, and steaks from £16.
To book: Call (01242) 234779, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit theoxcheltenham.com directly.
On the menu: Start a sophisticated Mothering Sunday lunch or dinner at The Wharf House, where you can choose delicious dishes from its à la carte menu. Starters include goat’s cheese mousse rolled in ginger crumb and served with texture of beetroot; honey-roasted fig with air-cured ham and house piccalilli; and fillet of beer carpaccio in a marinade of olive oil, lemon, and mustard. The main course options include venison rolled in walnut served with leek and potato gratin, honey glazed parsnips, and a redcurrant and chocolate sauce; roast loin of Herefordshire pork filled with onion, bacon and ginger stuffing; and the fish of the day served with pea shoots and rosemary and Cornish sea salt sautéed potatoes. The delectable desserts span baked cheesecake; warm fruit crumble; a duo of lemon and raspberry posset; and poached vanilla pear with cashew and cranberry brittle and passion fruit ice-cream.
SoGlos loves: The Wharf House also offers the option to enjoy delicate sandwiches, scones, warm spiced apple cake, Florentines, and pistachio cake with its decadent Afternoon Tea.
When?: The Mothering Sunday menu will be served from 12pm for lunch and from 5pm for dinner on Sunday 26 March 2017.
How much?: Normal menu prices apply, while Afternoon Tea is £16.50.
To book: Call (01452) 332900, email email@example.com or visit thewharfhouse.co.uk directly.
On the menu: Spectacular Cotswold visitor attraction, Sudeley Castle, is welcoming mums this March for its special Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea. Taking place at beautiful stately home in Winchcombe on Sunday 26 March 2017, mums can enjoy soaking up the castle’s rich history and its award-winning gardens before settling down for a feast fit for a queen in its Terrace Café. Savour delicate finger sandwiches, followed by dainty pastries and scones topped with jam and clotted cream, with the chance to add a glass of prosecco to make the occasion even more special.
SoGlos loves: If you can’t make afternoon tea, Sudeley Castle has a selection of gift vouchers that make thoughtful presents to give on Mothering Sunday.
When?: Sunday 26 March 2017
How much?: Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea for Two is £30, excluding admission.
To book: Call (01242) 602308, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit sudeleycastle.co.uk directly.
On the menu: Show your mum just how special she is with lunch at Stonehouse Court Hotel, a 17th century manor house near Stroud. This Mothering Sunday the hotel’s restaurant is hosting a three-course lunch from 12pm to 3pm, with the menu incorporating local, seasonal ingredients.
SoGlos loves: For an alternative way to mark Mother’s Day, take your mum to Stonehouse Court for its Luxury Afternoon Tea, served from 3.30pm to 5pm. Enjoy a glass of bubbles with your mum, before savouring delicious sweet and savoury treats.
When?: Sunday 26 March 2017
How much?: Sunday lunch is £22.50 per person and afternoon tea is £19.95.
To book: Call 0843 357 5557.
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