Welcome To Byron’s Brasserie
Byron’s Brasserie: One of the most historic places to eat in Nottingham
Colwick Hall is a historic hotel located near Nottingham racecourse, just a short drive from Nottingham city centre. The hall itself has had a rich and varied history, having been home to Lord Byron’s ancestors and more recently having been used to house grooms and jockeys attending the nearby racecourse in the early twentieth century. The hall has now been fully restored and is home to one of the most historic places to eat in Nottingham.
Colwick Hall’s excellent restaurant is named after the iconic poet whose ancestors lived at the hall. The historically named Byron’s Brasserie serves classic British dishes with an elegant twist, creating plates of food which are as sophisticated as the hall itself. The Brasserie is open all day, serving sumptuous afternoon teas, lovely light lunches and the perfect evening dining experience. So whether you are looking for a simple but sophisticated lunch in a gorgeous setting, a traditional afternoon tea, a candlelit romantic dinner, a celebratory family meal or simply an elegant and classy dining experience without breaking the bank, you should consider Byron’s Brasserie above all other places to eat in Nottingham.
Exciting and varied menu
The menu offers a great deal of choice, ensuring that there is something for every diner. We offer simple classics, including fish dishes, vegetarian options and a great variety of meats on offer to suit everyone’s tastes. Byron’s also have a steak menu for the meat lovers, which offers the best quality British beef, with each cut being chosen by Colwick Hall’s own butchers, and cooked exactly how you like it by our house chefs.
Sunday Lunch for everyone
On Sundays, Byron’s becomes one of the best places to eat in Nottingham for roast dinner lovers. You can sit back and enjoy the perfect roast with all the trimmings, whilst taking in the beauty of the hall and grounds and without having to do any of the washing up afterwards! And the best thing is that prices for Sunday Lunch start from just £15 per person for two courses and you can have 3 courses for under £20 a head.
So next time you are looking for places to eat in Nottingham, you don’t need to look further than Byron’s Brasserie. Whether you are looking for a special setting for a family dinner, somewhere to treat a loved one to afternoon tea, or a place to unwind and soak in the atmosphere whilst enjoying a delicious meal, Byron’s Brasserie is the place to eat in Nottingham.