The Grosvenor Torquay’s recent £1m renovation scores 2 AA Rosettes for dining


The Grosvenor Hotel in Torquay has recently opened its doors to a new-look restaurant, which has now been awarded 2 AA Rosettes.

The newly-refurbished eatery – John Burton-Race at the Grosvenor – was part of a wider £1m project that saw the hotel’s bar and a number of bedrooms transformed as well.

As the name suggests, the restaurant is headed up by two Michelin-starred chef John Burton-Race, who brings in his European menu that harness the best local produce available in the area.

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The Grosvenor Hotel Torquay is part of The Richardson Hotel Group.

Keith Richardson, owner of the Richardson Hotels said: “This recognises the hard work and dedication of the kitchen brigade and the front of house team”. Executive Chef John Burton Race’s creativity and talent is clear to see and taste in the delicious food that is served at The Grosvenor.”

As well as the newly awarded restaurant, the three-star hotel is home to 47 bedrooms and leisure facilities including two pools, a gym, a sauna and a hot tub.

The Richardson Hotel Group is a collection of six individual hotels, situated on the South Devon and Cornwall coasts.

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