Award Winning Leicester’s Restaurant in South Wales
Like our hotel, our award-winning restaurant delivers nothing short of excellence. Holding two coveted AA Rosettes and twice named Country Restaurant of the Year, Leicester's Restaurant attracts visitors from far and wide to sample its cuisine.
Fresh Welsh produce is used as often as possible, and the restaurant strives to use organic local produce wherever possible, including fresh fish caught in nearby Porthcawl. Sample a terrine of free range chicken and foie gras with parsnip puree and house-dried figs, or the justifiably famous Welsh beef, served in a red wine and shallot sauce on creamed cabbage. The restaurant's great variety is topped only by its great quality.
Our ingredients are local and organic where possible and we offer a range of simple dishes with an emphasis on clean flavours and interesting textures. Feel free to download the menus for our current sampling and to start planning your visit today.
If you have a special occasion, family gathering, or would like some privacy for a business lunch or dinner, why not take advantage of our private dining rooms. Adjoining the main restaurant, our smaller private dining room seats up to 12 and is perfect for intimate family or business gatherings. For bigger groups, our larger Edgar Room has the capacity for up to 40 guests and also includes beautiful views of our landscaped gardens. Finally, our main dining room can seat up to 80 and is an ideal setting for larger celebrations, charity events or business functions.
For any enquiries about accommodating your private event, please contact us on 01656 657644.
Our beautiful grade II* listed Great House Hotel is the perfect setting for afternoon tea. Enjoy delicious sandwiches, freshly baked cakes and scones, fair trade coffees and freshly brewed teas in our charming lounge or landscaped gardens. Our afternoon teas are all freshly made by our loving bakers and are the perfect way to spend a relaxing afternoon.
Afternoon tea is served Monday–Saturday 3.00 pm–5.30 pm and Sunday 3.00 pm–5.00 pm.