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Dating back as far as 1550, the spectacular, Grade II-listed Great House Hotel plays host to the 2 AA Rosette-awarded Leicester Restaurant. Enjoy refined British cuisine in an historical setting filled with flagstone floors, inglenook fireplaces and oak beams.
A daily changing, market fresh menu at Leicester Restaurant is brimming with organic and local produce. Committed to offering the finest natural flavours, the Great House Hotel crafts all its own breads, pastries and sauces, while the kitchen’s herbs are sourced from the hotel gardens. The Great House restaurant’s award-winning menu ranges from Welsh beef fillet with potato rosti and mushroom duxelle, to salmon and crayfish roulade with watercress mousse.
Renowned for its indulgent afternoon teas, guests at Leicester Restaurant in Bridgend are treated to an elegant, traditional selection. Enjoy homemade cakes and buttery shortbread, as well as scones with lashings of preserves and clotted cream, and fresh finger sandwiches.
The pride of the idyllic Great House Hotel, Leicester Restaurant is a 6-minute drive from central Bridgend.
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- afternoon tea (73)
- al fresco (22)
- breakfast (16)
- business (32)
- child friendly (12)
- dinner (157)
- entertainment (10)
- large parties (23)
- lunch (100)
- luxury (78)
- private dining (67)
- romantic (91)
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- value (48)
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19 August 2020
Delicious food, beautifully presented We really enjoyed our lunch at Leicester’s
7 August 2020
My husband and I had lunch at Leicester's Restaurant and we were really happy with the quality of food and the service we received. This is the third time we have dined at Leicester's Restaurant and we will definitely be back again!
21 July 2020
Good experience, waitress was first day, but was very friendly and helpful.
14 February 2020
Excellent service, lush food and beautiful surroundings. Was great to come back!
15 January 2020
Lovely posh meal small potions but 3 courses for £22 good value for dinner Had to wait ages for our starters when I complained we had a complimentary round if drinks and it was because of a new trainee chef
31 December 2019
Taster menu New Year’s Eve food was amazing
22 November 2019
Lovely evening out, from service to the food everything was perfect.
22 November 2019
Absolutely fabulous evening. Food was sublime and the service 2nd to none. Had a thoroughbly enjoyable night
15 November 2019
I booked an overnight stay in Bridgend on our way to Dunraven Bay. I was taking my partner for a birthday treat the following day. I thought it nice to take him out for a birthday meal while in town. I'm not sure what happened to the restaurant on the night of our visit but, I mean it was certainly an experience. The waiter was friendly, prompt, and knew the menu well. The restaurant was empty upon our arrival - somewhat telling considering this was 8:30PM on a Friday night. We were seated in a cosy corner of the restaurant when I told the waiter it was my partners birthday. At least, it would have been cosy if it wasn't beside an open fire exit on a cold November evening. As my other half was quite famished having been training hard for the Royal Navy all week and not eaten since 2PM we asked for some bread while reviewing the menu. We were charged £4 for the side order which was duly presented in an aluminium lunch box lined with slate. Great. I mean, it would have been if the bread hadn't been picked straight from the Sainsbury's Basics isle. Focaccia? Ciabatta? No, that's white loaf and soda bread dipped in a bit of weak olive oil. Two whole slices (each cut in two to make it appear more plentiful). But it's OK, we had complimentary something served in oyster shells. I'm trying to remember exactly what it was we were served but whatever it was, was literally the size of my little finger nail. I did my best to hold whatever it was in my mouth for long enough to deduce a taste but it was literally smaller than my taste buds. I'm none the wiser. Starter - as far as I can tell I was served a babybell. Minuscule, bland, accompanied with a couple of crumbs of allegedly candied walnut but there were too few crumbs to tell. Main - a good cut of sea bass. A good, tiny cut of sea bass atop a bed of some substance devoid of any flavour whatsoever. I spent £43 after a sizeable discount and we left starving, still unsure exactly what we'd been served.
2 November 2019
Really great time, tasting menu was well thought out and flavours beautifully balanced. Just some small touches would lift Leicesters to a serious contender. Particular favourites were the Sea Bass and the Pumpkin Cheesecake. Room for improvement on the service. Staff were very friendly but we had to ask to order drinks, there was little or no explanation of the dishes and we were left on our own in the restaurant once our dessert had been served. Overall though, a lovely experience and with a little polish, this could be an absolute gem.