Monday - Thursday 12:00 - 14:00
Friday - Sunday 12:00 - 14:30
Monday - Sunday 19:00 - 22:00 (last orders)
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
- Gluten Free Available
- Free Parking
About Grey's Brasserie
Grey’s Brasserie has unveiled completely new look making it one of the most stylish in the Cotswolds. We seek to achieve a cool European den where you can enjoy quality ingredients well cooked, interesting wines and a great space in which to unwind.
Grey’s Brasserie serves lunch and dinner every day of the week. Children are welcome. Dine alfresco when the weather is warm and sunny in the ‘Kitchen Garden’. It’s worth taking a detour for and the perfect spot to linger over a leisurely lunch.
Pleasant and attentive staff, lovely food and amazing lounges for coffee etc. Really lovely place and will come again!
Everything about greys was amazing, the food, the drink, the kind and attentive staff and the beautiful room with the fire burning was a lovely touch. Would definitely be back! Kind regards Sam
Food was very good - tasty ox cheeks and plaice. However, on a fixed price menu, each main should be delivered to table complete. To imply a side order is required (at extra cost) is poor. Service was friendly if a bit erratic, we had to ask for water glasses to be refilled. Side order of salad had to be asked for again but did not arrive until the main course was already finished - still charged for though. Your pricing of wine-by-the glass is outrageous, £10 for a small glass (125ml) of a wine you buy in for around £10 a bottle is a greedy markup no doubt insisted on by your accountants - shame on you.
Another wonderful experience with delightful food and lovely attentive and friendly staff. I would highly recommend.
Autumn set lunch is very good value,especially with coffees included. Wonderful setting with excellent service - as always. Only one other couple in Brasserie for lunch so lower mark given for atmosphere. Very enjoyable!
Throughly enjoyed our visit for Sunday lunch excellent service with breaks between courses. The prawns to share were particularly good to start with and we all enjoyed our beef and fish main courses. Very comfortable restaurant in lovely surroundings.
Absolutely outstanding service from every member of staff. Food and drink was stunning, will be visiting again very soon!
Lovely evening. Great food and nice calm atmosphere. It was great that the team remembered this was a special occasion and adding that tiny little cake and candle at the end was a really nice gesture. Thank you all so much!
Some of the dishes were lovely but the vegetarian options in particular were pretty bland and ordinary, particularly the corn fritter main. Service was VERY slow - we waited at least one and a half hours from the time we sat at the table for our main course which I don't understand as there weren't that many people there. This delay wasn't great as 2 people had to travel back to Cambridge afterwards. We heard another table complain also.
Fantastic experience both food and service. Nothing was too much trouble and very attentive service
We have visited Grey's Brasserie a number of times, usually for those special occasions. We have always found both the cuisine and service second to none. Our recent visit was all that we have come to expect with exceptional service from the moment we arrived. An unforgettable dining experience
Couldn’t fault one single thing about our evening at Greys Brasserie. All the staff were so professional from the minute we got there until we left. We sat in the lounge area and had a drink before our meal - I loved that they are willing to make you anything you like and even gave personal recommendations. All the food was delicious, especially my lemon posset dessert one of the best I’ve ever had. We had a £100 voucher to use towards our meal however we would happily come back and actually pay to eat here. I am coming back next for afternoon tea and will definitely be planning another return to Whatley Manor.
Wonderful food, and delightful waiting staff. Grey, generic soul-less room looks churned out by chain hotel group, which is a shame as it doesn't do justice to the meal.
Couldn’t have asked for a better anniversary meal. Such lovely service and the food was wonderful. Very happy with our experience and so nice to find such a lovely place for future dinners/drinks. We will be back!
We had a lovely Sunday lunch , + jazz , it was one of our best Sunday lunches and there was enough choise for all of us but 3 out of four went for traditional roast beef dinner it was excillant meet cooked well & a good selection of veg , will definately coming back
Lovely meal, just a bit quiet in the dining area, lacked a vit of atmoshere
We were very disappointed. Every thing half hearted.
Fantastic evening meal. I would certainly recommend it to anyone
Very enjoyable. The attention by the staff was exceptional, made us feel special. Superb building and facilities. It was quiet but that suited us for a quiet lunch. It is expensive but you do get excellent food, So that is not a complaint. You get what you pay for.
Lovely dinner, the second one here in three weeks. Outside in the garden the first time and indoors on this occasion. Exceptional food and wine with attentive friendly service from Patrick who made the evening even more enjoyable.
Disappointing experience. We had a birthday gift voucher to spend from my husband's 40th. The meal was rushed - we arrived at 8pm and had finished by 9.15. There was a large party booked at 9pm so I assume the staff had wanted to hurry along everyone else's meals before that time. We had a charcuterie platter for starter, which looked like a supermarket contintental meat selection had been put on a board with a few olives and an awful lot of toast. After having some bread when we arrived, it really was bread overload! The slices of salami had not even been separated from each other. The main courses were reasonably nice, but my beef brisket came with some creamy parmesan polenta which was incredibly rich, and there was far too much of it. We were uninspired by the dessert selection and instead went to the Old Bell in Malmesbury for post-dinner drinks. We spent longer there over one drink than we had over the entire meal in the brasserie! This was supposed to be a very special meal out and ended up being a great disappointment.
The service was very poor, we ordered a bottle of wine which never arrived but was on the bill! No one came to check to see if the food was ok as the starter was under cooked! It was the first time we've been here and sadly after this experience we won't be going back.
Great experience-------we shall return soon!! Thank you Mr R B Whittaker
Great service, well prepared tasty food.