Sunday lunches return to hotel by popular demand

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Sunday lunches are returning to one of Warwickshire and Coventry's most popular destinations – starting with a sumptuous Easter feast.

Coombe Abbey Hotel will be serving up a three-course lunch on the final Sunday of every month after the team at the 12th century, historic hotel were inundated with requests to bring it back.

The Coombe Abbey Hotel chef and his team will be able to cater for around 70 covers in the Garden Room Restaurant – with a three-course lunch available at £47.50 per person.

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The Easter menu includes a choice of starters before a range of options for the main course, including slow-roasted rump of aged beef with Yorkshire pudding and duck fat roast potatoes.

Sunday lunch at Coombe AbbeySunday lunch at Coombe Abbey
Sunday lunch at Coombe Abbey

Confit lamb shoulder with parsley mash and crushed buttered carrots will also be available on March 31, as well as an option of baked skrei cod or roasted root vegetable wellington.

The specially-designed Easter menu also includes a variety of tempting desserts including a classic crème caramel and a broken Easter egg surprise.

Ron Terry, group operations director at No Ordinary Hospitality – which manages Coombe Abbey Hotel, said he was looking forward to welcoming diners to the hotel every last Sunday of the month.

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He said: “We’ve had lots of people asking us to open the restaurant for Sunday lunches because they know the quality of the food that our chef and his team prepare and want to be able to treat themselves to a really great afternoon out.

“With spring upon us, I can think of nothing better than taking a stroll around the country park on a Sunday morning and enjoying all that it has to offer before settling in for lunch in the historic hotel surroundings.

“There are few venues that can offer such a mix.

“Our chef has put together a really enticing menu for Easter Sunday – which is already proving very popular with lots of people booking in – and he’ll be serving up something different over the coming months as we look forward to welcoming hundreds of Sunday diners.”

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