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Cheltenham's No.38 The Park launches Sunday lunch series

Get ready to feast in style as Cheltenham boutique hotel, No.38 The Park, is set to open its restaurant to the public on selected Sundays this winter.

If you’ve always been curious to dine at The Lucky Onion’s No.38 The Park, now you can as the boutique Cheltenham hotel is set to host a series of Sunday Lunches this winter, marking the first time the venue opens solely as a restaurant.

The hotel’s restaurant, usually only open to residents or as an events space for its pop-up evenings, will be serving a delicious three-course lunch on Sundays 13 November, 11 December 2016 and 8 January 2017, offering the perfect antidote to winter chills.

Guests can kick-off the laidback lunch in style with a Bloody Mary on arrival, before tucking into a seafood sharing platter, with a different main course on offer each weekend.

The set menu, which costs £35, will showcase a variety of local and seasonal produce from the Cotswolds, with a beautiful roasted shoulder of lamb on offer in November, a delightful rare sirloin of beef in December, and a wonderful roasted pork dish in January.

All roasts will be served with goose fat potatoes, roast carrots and heritage beetroot, buttered green beans, and cauliflower cheese, while the decadent desserts include chocolate brownie and sticky toffee pudding.

For more information see No 38. The Park or call (01242) 822929.

By Molly Crouch

© SoGlos
Friday 11 November 2016

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