The White Hart in Hotel in Lincoln has opened the doors to its new restaurant, following a revamp and expansion of the popular eatery, which general manager Ian Robinson now describes as ‘opulent’.
The Grille restaurant and bar, at the 600-year-old hotel, reopened this week with a new look, with the refurbishment having increased its covers from 75 to 100.
Improved lighting, a mirrored wall, and a glass roof are some of the new features, with booths in the restaurant increasing from two to six, in order to accommodate the rise in demand from customers.
A new menu has also been introduced at The Grille restaurant, with general manager Robinson saying the project was a ‘natural progression’ for the property.
Speaking to Lincolnshire Echo, Robinson said that an important part of the refurbishment was the use of local skills: “From the designers to the equipment, for 95 per cent of the project or more, we have used Lincolnshire based materials and people.
“The hotel is over 600 years old and this refurbishment was the next natural progression for us and consolidates our position as an AA Rosette Award holder and Select Lincolnshire Food and Drink award winners.”