Welcome to The Oak Room Restaurant, nestled within the Country Mansion House, Tylney Hall Hotel.
In line with government legislation, our food and beverage outlets will be closed during the hours of 23:00 and 05:00 until further notice.
Our award-winning restaurant has gained its reputation for serving innovative cuisine with a distinctly British twist served by our Executive Head Chef, Mike Lloyd. Our menus boast both seasonal specialities and signature dishes and are complemented by a carefully chosen wine list.
The Oak Room Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner offering fine cuisine alongside the quiet accompaniment of a tinkling grand piano.
Celebrating a special occasion?
Celebrate in style, by pre-ordering one of our delicious celebration cakes made in-house by our wonderful Pastry Chefs.
Choose from: Mirror Glazed Belgian Chocolate, Lemon Soaked Drizzle, Hazlenut Praline, Regal Iced Wild Strawberry or White Chocolate & Raspberry Ripple Cake.
Perfect for birthdays, anniversaries or any magical moment you wish to celebrate! Cakes start from £18.00 (must be pre-ordered)
Please contact our Reservations Team to book on 01256 764881
Opening Times for The Oakroom or Mattingley Restaurants
Monday – Friday: 7am-10am
Saturday & Sunday: 7am-10:30am
Wednesday -Saturday: 12:30pm – 2:30pm*
Sunday: 12.30pm to 2.00pm
Daily: 6.00pm to 9.00pm
* Please note that we have now opened the Oak Room Restaurant for Lunch reservations Wednesday - Saturday, where we will be serving a casual Lounge menu (please see above.)
Dress Code: Whilst we do not operate a dress code, most of our guests choose smart casual or formal wear.
Guests are respectfully requested to refrain from using mobile phones whilst dining in the Oak Room Restaurant.
A discretionary 10% service charge will be added to your bill for all food and beverage services and will be shared by the entire team.
About our Executive Head Chef: Michael Lloyd
Executive Head Chef Michael Lloyd joined the team at Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens in 2016, 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 for a collection 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 he took the restaurant from two AA Rosettes to three.
Michael is passionate about the training and development of young chefs and 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.