Alderley Edge relaunches restaurant as more informal dining room

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Alderley Edge relaunches restaurant as more informal dining room

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The Alderley Edge hotel in Cheshire has relaunched its three-AA-rosette restaurant as part of a £2.5m revamp of the site.

The 19th​ century country house, which is recommended in the Michelin Guide, has redesigned its dining room as a more ‘relaxed’ open plan bar and restaurant.

Its tasting menus have been replaced with a full a la carte offering and service style adjusted to create an ‘informal ambience’.

Dishes on the new menu include seared calves liver and bacon, champ mash and red wine jus; beetroot cured sea trout, iced fennel and orange; and a selection of meats cooked on a josper grill.

Alderley Edge is owned by Manchester brewery JW Lees, which also runs 36 managed pubs, inns and hotels and leases a further 107 sites to its pub partners.

“It’s not just about the décor and services but we are aiming to create a modern and welcoming space for people to escape, relax and enjoy beautiful food and drink," says John Scott, general manager at the Alderley Edge hotel.

A full revamp of Alderley Edge's 50 bedrooms and function rooms is set to be completed by Easter 2018.

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