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The Oak Room Restaurant at Tylney Hall, Basingstoke
It’s only natural that one of England’s grandest country house hotels should prepare and serve the finest British cuisine ... Welcome to the Oak Room Restaurant
The Oak Room isn’t just one of the most talked about restaurants in Basingstoke, Hook, Hampshire and beyond, it’s reputation for serving innovative cuisine with a distinctly British twist is also spreading throughout Hampshire, Surrey and the entire South East of England.
The Oak Room gets its name from the rich oak panelling that creates an elegant ambience and the room is crowned with a domed ceiling. Breakfast is taken in the Oak Room Restaurant where you can enjoy beautiful views of the gardens and lawns.
The menu boasts both seasonal specialities and signature dishes, and naturally everything is prepared to order. The cuisine is complemented by a carefully chosen wine list, and the quiet and attentive service completes a memorable experience.
The restaurant is also open for lunch, and in the evenings fine cuisine is enjoyed to the quiet accompaniment of a tinkling grand piano.
|Monday – Friday||Monday||Sunday - Thursday|
|6.30am - 10.00am||Closed||7.00pm – 10.00pm|
|Saturday - Sunday & Bank Holidays||Tuesday - Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday||Friday - Saturday|
|8:00am - 10.00am||12.30pm – 2.00pm||6.30pm - 10.00pm|
Dress code: Jackets and collared shirts are preferred for gentlemen. Please no T-shirts or sportwear.
Michael Lloyd joined the team at Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens in 2016 as executive head chef, bringing a three AA Rosette background to enhance the hotel’s dining experience.
A fully trained fishmonger as a teenager, Michael became a full-time chef after graduating from Bristol University with a degree in psychology. He has worked at a number of fine-dining restaurants and country house hotels, including Heckfield Place and The Vineyard in Stockcross. Prior to starting at Tylney Hall, Michael held the role of executive head chef at the Compleat Angler in Marlow, where in two and a half years he took the restaurant from two AA Rosettes to three.
Michael is passionate about the training and development of young chefs and is supporting the three apprentices from Bournemouth College who are currently learning the ropes in the kitchen at Tylney Hall. Michael has brought his individual style of modern British dining to Tylney Hall and with a team of 19 is responsible for overseeing all of the hotel’s dining, including the 2 AA Rosette Oak Room Restaurant, lounge dining, room service and conference and banqueting.