Sopwell House awarded two AA Rosettes

George Sell By George Sell
21 July 2017 | Updated 21 July 2017

UK: The Restaurant at Sopwell House has been awarded a second AA Rosette following a recent inspection.

Sopwell House achieved the award by "accomplishing precision throughout all its cooking". The Restaurant also received recognition for the high quality, seasonal produce on its menus. The AA inspector described his experience at The Restaurant as "smart dining in Mountbatten's former country home".

The Restaurant "marries British and European cuisine to achieve an eclectic menu offering, with a vast wine list to match". Head chef Matthew Bird has devised an à la carte menu using seasonal and local produce.

The Restaurant "prides itself on offering a fine dining experience coupled with far-reaching views of the surrounding Hertfordshire countryside".
 
Executive head chef Gopi Chandran said: "Our entire team has worked incredibly hard to achieve this accolade.  We are all extremely proud that we have achieved two AA Rosettes and will continue to build on this achievement."

Sopwell House is a Georgian manor house in St. Albans, 20 minutes from London St. Pancras.

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