The original Blue Room restaurant at the stunning Nottinghamshire property has undergone an impressive £50,000 refurbishment to create a more contemporary feel and provide diners with a luxury grill-style menu.
The new-look restaurant, which is also open to members of the public, has been sensitively restored to maintain original features in the Grade One listed room.
New furniture, lighting and a contemporary style bar have been added for a more fun and less formal dining experience.
Booth style seating has also been added to continue the sociable atmosphere that Warner Hotels, who own the property, are renowned for.
And diners will not be disappointed with the mouth-watering Waygu steak and lobster dishes, which uses USDA beef sourced from local farmers, on offer on this must-try menu.
The Wagyu steak is prized for its flavour in its native Japan and is locally reared.
Or if you prefer, food lovers can sample tender beef reared on a West Yorkshire farm that boasts 200 years of family-run ownership and experience.
The menu offers a fine rage of
And the presentation and waiter service is every bit as impressive as the award-winning food on show, leaving diners feeling like they are sampling a much-deserved taste of Royalty.
The culinary quality on offer certainly cannot be in any doubt, with the chefs recently winning the annual Warner Leisure Hotels Culinary eam of the Year competition.
Ian Gyte, general manager at Thoresby Hall said: “We are extremely proud of the achievements of our culinary team and the fabulous new Blue Grill, a great new addition to Thoresby Hall.
“A combination of superb food with local, quality ingredients in a stylish, yet relaxed environment makes the new restaurant a fantastic dining experience.”