Set in the Beaumont College building in Berkshire, 1705 Restaurant & Bar at four-star hotel De Vere Beaumont Estate is gearing up to reveal a new menu that takes inspiration from the estate’s rich and varied history.
Named after the year De Vere Beaumont Estate’s mansion house was re-designed by architect Jason Gibbs, 1705 Restaurant & Bar will boast a new menu that serves dishes inspired by British and Italian classics.
The restaurant’s signature dish will be Burrleuch Steak that has been reared and hung by Scottish farmers.
Diners will also be able to choose from ham hock and pea terrine, lamb double cutlets, meats from the grill and roast breast of chicken as well as Italian favourites such as chargrilled tiger prawn linguine and stone baked ai fungi.
De Vere Beaumont Estate is operated by Principal Hotel Company.
Asuman Kocak, manager at 1705 Restaurant & Bar, said: “We are excited in the anticipation of welcoming the local community and hotel residents back in to the totally re-imagined restaurant and bar. Our desire is for it to become the location of choice for intimate dinners, family or celebration get-togethers and we look forward to opening the doors once again in September for guests to experience this first-hand.”