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Mulberry Restaurant at Langshott Manor Hotel

Ladbroke Road, Horley, RH6 9LN

(((() British
Main course: £18
Food spend: £35
Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 07:00 - 10:00, 12:00 - 14:00, 15:00 - 17:00 & 19:00 - 21:30. Saturday: 07:30 - 10:30, 12:00 - 14:00, 15:00 - 17:00 & 19:00 - 21:30. Sunday: 07:30 - 10:30, 12:30 - 14:30, 15:00 - 17:00 & 19:00 - 21:30.

We had a very pleasant lunch, nice food and beautiful surroundings. The house itself is very well maintained and service is friendly and professional.

Peter Lippens 19 December 2016
from Aartselaar

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Awarded Three AA Rosettes and recommended by the Via Michelin guide for its innovative menu, Mulberry Restaurant in Horley, Surrey provides first class service in charming, modern surroundings overlooking award-winning gardens which play host to seasonal blooms throughout the year.

Using only the finest produce and where possible locally sourced and sustainable ingredients, Executive Head Chef Phil Dixon and his brigade pay homage to time-honoured British cuisine, infusing each dish with a contemporary twist and complementing every meal with a selection from the world class wine list, featuring more than 140 bins. The hotel vegetable patch and herb garden is in full use by the chefs and produces year-round fresh crops, including onions, garlic, kale, broccoli turnips, beans, fresh salad, raspberries, gooseberries and much more. Pruned and maintained by the chefs, the vegetable patch is showcased in their dishes.

A traditional Afternoon Tea is served daily in the lounges or taken al fresco on the beautiful sunny terrace. Guests can savour homemade scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, finger sandwiches and homemade cakes and pastries, served alongside cafetière coffee and Metrodeco fine loose leaf tea. For something a little different, indulge in the gin and tonic afternoon tea, a perfect indulgence to while away a relaxing afternoon.

Set in a secluded, leafy pocket of the countryside, Mulberry Restaurant in Surrey is a 7-minute drive from central Horley.

Mulberry Restaurant at Langshott Manor Hotel

Ladbroke Road, Horley, RH6 9LN

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Customer reviews for Mulberry Restaurant at Langshott Manor Hotel

4.5 (((() (based on 87 reviews)
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  • afternoon tea (64)
  • romantic (34)
  • dinner (33)
  • lunch (28)
  • private dining (27)
  • luxury (23)
  • views (19)
  • al fresco (14)
  • large parties (12)
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  • business (10)
  • breakfast (9)
  • child friendly (5)
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  • (((** 19 January 2017 by Jane Peers from Redhill

    The tea was very nice. However, the room was very cold. It wasn't just my friend and but others commented too.

    I was treating my friend with a voucher given to me. She offered to buy a glass of wine each as we were early. She took the bill at the end and was surprised to be charged £43 for 4 glasses. We only had one each. Clearly a mistake but embarrassing to me. I don't know what the final amount was but even half of £43 seems high to me. A bit petty but thought you should know.

  • (**** 5 January 2017 by Darren Styles from Cowden

    We were very disappointed. A bill well north of £400 for four people, but not of a standard really. Most specifically, our so-called sirloin of Limousin beef mains were tough and chewy and - having complained - we were told a) "I'll tell chef" and b) "it's a different cut to normal". Subsequent to which we heard no more from chef, and one can't help but wonder what it was we were served, but it was very poor indeed. Then, before desert was done, the restaurant staff started stripping down tables and marching past with armfuls of tablecloths and table linen. We ended up sitting in a room that looked like a bomb site. We felt like an imposition. How to destroy any ambience. There is a pretence of grandeur about the place, and a sense of occasion, but it just doesn't deliver on the promise - and not close to be worth the money.

  • (((** 31 December 2016 by George Lincoln from Redhill

    Great afternoon tea served in a lovely relaxing environment. However, service was poor with long delays between courses despite only 3 other tables. Also, when I tried to pay the bill discreetly as a gift for my wife I was kept waiting over 10 minutes in the reception area for staff to find the card machine.

  • ((((( 19 December 2016 by Peter Lippens from Aartselaar

    We had a very pleasant lunch, nice food and beautiful surroundings. The house itself is very well maintained and service is friendly and professional.

  • ((((* 12 December 2016 by Gregory from Chislehurst

    A pleasant luncheon at Langshott Manor. Beautifully presented; flavoursome and imaginative. Polite, friendly service in a lovely setting.

  • ((((( 8 December 2016 by Caroline Martindale from Esher

    We had an excellent meal here. The food was delicious, melt in the mouth moments and beautifully presented. The staff were so attentive and described each dish to perfection. We will be sure to return

  • ((((( 6 December 2016 by Jenni Prichard from London

    Booked Langshott Manor for afternoon tea. The whole experience was great. Our tea was constantly kept topped up and warm and the food was amazing.

  • ((((( 6 December 2016 by Ros from Crawley

    A beautiful venue - we dined in a small room off the main reception which was very cosy (with log fire) and atmospheric. The Festive Tea was very tasty with a good choice of sandwich fillings and delicious desserts. Tea and coffee was served and topped up as and when we required. The only comment we have is that the scones, which were delicious, should be served with clotted cream and NOT double cream which was too runny. An excellent afternoon out in a lovely old manor house, off the beaten track.

  • ((((( 2 December 2016 by Carol Fleming from Brockham, Surrey

    A beautifully presented afternoon tea in a very cosy room with a lovely intimate atmosphere - perfect for a table for two. A good selection of sandwiches and cakes which were of a very good standard.

  • ((((( 28 November 2016 by James Udall from London Borough of Croydon

    The food was really nice, the venue was beautiful and the service was really good

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