The Bridge Hotel Chertsey Launch Its New Menu Just In Time For Spring

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As of February 20th a new menu will be launched at The Boathouse Restaurant in Chertsey for all guests to enjoy.

The Bridge Hotel based in Chertsey Surrey is home to the beautiful Boathouse Restaurant which boasts stunning views of Chertsey Bridge and The River Thames.

The Hotel also benefits from sumptuous décor to its Boathouse Restaurant thanks to a £500,000 renovation in 2012 and friendly professional waiting staff.

As of February 20th a new menu will be launched at The Boathouse Restaurant in Chertsey for all guests to enjoy.

The resident head chef at the hotel has spent a lot of time with his team of professionals to create new dishes and create modern twists on some old classics.

The Boathouse Restaurant menu is packed full of different cuisines such as traditional English, French, Italian and even Jamaican.

Some of the classic dishes guests can expect to find on the menu are, sizzling chicken fajitas, beer battered fish & chips and poached salmon fillet.

Our resident chef’s signature dishes that you can find on the new menu include;

  •     Slow cooked beef meaty rib with a horseradish mash, carrot & parsnip puree served with a natural sauce
  •     Pot roast partridge served with streaky bacon, leeks, pearl barley, cabbage and white wine & cider sauce
  •     Monkfish, salmon & red pepper skewers served with fragrant rice, honey glazed pak choi and a lemongrass and chilli dressing

The new menu gives diners the opportunity to take part in the experience coined ‘steak on a stone’ where a volcanic stone is heated to 400 degrees Celsius.

Diners can then cook their steak on the super-heated volcanic stone which ensures it is cooked to absolute perfection, whilst enjoying a unique dining experience.

The reinvented menu also showcases the hotels brunch, lighter lunch options and even a range of decadent desserts to tuck in to.

Neil Wheeler, General Manager, at The Bridge Hotel said, “I am delighted to offer this great tasting menu to our customers, everything looks really delicious and we are committed to using the freshest ingredients in our recipes.”

Neil went on to state, “The food we sell meets the highest standards of quality, freshness and seasonality; no food leaves our kitchen that we ourselves would not eat. The menu development was aimed to keep our concept fresh, exciting and on the cutting edge of the hospitality industry and combines both modern-creative and traditional styles of cooking.

“I know all our customers who come through our doors will leave impressed by Chef’s menu and excited to come back again,” he added.

The Boathouse Restaurant not only provides a wonderful and indulgent atmosphere for guests to dine in, but they also offer hearty sized, high quality and delicious dishes.
There is also a range of fantastic vegetarian dishes to ensure that everyone will delight in the range of incredible choices available to them.

The Bridge Hotel is so ideally located that during the week the restaurant often attracts many executives looking to meet for a business lunch.

The extensive drinks list and decadent menu makes The Boathouse Restaurant a perfect place for professionals to enjoy lunch or even unwind after a busy day networking with a few drinks.

With easy access to central London, the hotels location makes for an ideal location to meet up with clients or colleagues in a relaxed yet professional atmosphere.

The positioning of the hotel means that it takes advantage of the gorgeous views over Chertsey Bridge and The River Thames, which makes for a perfect romantic evening out.

The Boathouse Restaurant also has a fantastic array of choices for children, and its ideal location near local attractions such as Thorpe Park and LEGOLAND make it the perfect stop for lunch or dinner.

For more information about The Boathouse Restaurant and The Bridge Hotel in Chertsey then please visit alternatively contact our friendly team on 01932565644.

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Caroline Atkins