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
- Outdoor Seating
- 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.
It was absolutely phenomenal as usual. Thanks you all so much for looking after us and look forward to seeing you very soon.
This was our second visit. We had an excellent lunch - the food and service were exemplary. The porchetta main course was the highlight - absolutely delicious and perfectly cooked. Highly recommended.
Fantastic experience, service and food! Thank you!!
Excellent meal in superb surroundings
We enjoyed a fabulous lunch, the food was delicious and just the right amount. Great service Thank you!
Very good standard of food and great service as usual. The special starter was very nice (Pickled carrots with dill and yogurt) although would have liked a slightly larger plate of it). The brown shrimps were really nice again , however £12 a little expensive. The Cote de boeuf on the other hand is up there with the best i have had. The sides and sauces , and the oyster mushroom is possibly the nicest combination of food i have had in one sitting. every mouthful was orgasmic.
Very relaxed atmosphere but very high attention to detail. All the staff were really lovely and made us feel very welcome. Food was absolutely beautiful. For us, faultless!
Dinner for a family occasion. A very enjoyable experience. Good food, well cooked and nicely presented. The menu was a tad limited and an additional dish or two in each course would have balanced it out. Service was rather aloof initially, but became more relaxed during the course of the evening.
Delightful meal and excellent value for money. We shall certainly return.
My wife and I come to Greys Brasserie at Whatley Manor every Boxing Day for lunch and we are never disappointed. The food is fabulous and the staff are very friendly.
Excellent service and perfect food
The whole experience was fantastic and will be booking for next year
I have been dining at Whatley Manor for six years, but last week’s dining experience was the least enjoyable. This is summed up as follows - a gin and tonic cost £13 but a tomato juice with some Worcestershire Sauce was £10.50; please justify this!!! It’s totally pathetic to charge this amount for a non-alcoholic beverage. To put this in further context, a 750ml bottle of mineral water was a mere £4.75. Food - the amount of lobster meat forming the lobster dish was unacceptably small - a tail, one claw and some meat in a tiny choux bun. I was expecting much more meat per this lobster meal’s £49 cost. On two occasions a very sullen faced young chamber maid stomped down the staircase and stropped through the drinking / guest sitting area carrying a transparent bag of bedroom litter - really!? How is this allowed when guests are sitting in this area before they dine? I am disappointed with the food, the volume of lobster meat, and the pre-supper drink charge. I have no qualms paying for a fine dining experience if the experience is fine, and I feel, as the person paying the bill, is value for money. Sadly, and surprisingly, Whatley Manor did not deliver on either of these fronts and I was embarrassed as a host and for my guest. Our combined frustration was palpable. I tried to find Sue Williams prior to my departure in order to discuss these frustrations but she was elsewhere and understandably busy. I prefer to discuss matters during the visit but on this occasion it was not possible. I urge the Events Team or Sue Williams to contact me directly. I live near to Upton Grey but now sadly feel Whatley Manor will no longer be my ‘go to venue’ which is now, in my opinion, overly commercialised and most definitely has not been in former years - events were once promoted subtly, no longer is this the case.
The Christmas cinema package was outstanding. The meal was lovely and the service was excellent. Thanks for a lovel start to Christmas x
What a truely fabulous experience, would recommend a visit to Whately Manor by anyone who has never been and if you have been before, well worth a further visit. Atmosphere is beautiful, the building oozes charm, the decor is superb, stately but homely. The food is exquisite, so special, so beautifully displayed and tastes like heaven. The staff are welcoming, eager to talk yet happy to leave you in peace. Eagerly waiting for our next visit
Went to the wreath making class. Had a wonderful day. Great food. Emily our instructor was amazing. Made you feel very welcome and explained every thing really well. Came home with the most a beautiful wreath.
My daughter and I had an evening in the Spa followed by dinner in the Brasserie, both experiences were fantastic. Great friendly service and a delicious meal.
Lunch was very good as was the wine. Unfortunately the champagne wasn't served with the canapés and there were no treats with coffee. When it was brought to the attention of the restaurant they apologised and we had our champagne at the end of our lunch straight after our wine with the treats!
Had a beautiful lunch to celebrate my Wife’s birthday, perfect service and surroundings, looking forward to our Christmas Day lunch.
We enjoyed our spa and dine experience but in all honesty we were not blown away by it. I’m not whether we expected more with the main restaurant receiving a second star. We had the cote de boeuf which was quite fatty and chewy and didn’t enjoy the wine with it. We were not advised which wine would work well with the meal either. We didn’t ask but it would have been nice to get some advice. Overall it was pleasant but something missing...??
Fantastic relaxed evening, that was the perfect backdrop for a special occasion. The staff was attentive, and the overall location and atmosphere superb.
Had a lovely Sunday jazz lunch, food was excellent and enjoyed the accompanying musical vibe
I could not fault the service, although the menu choice was limited and the restaurant had little if any atmosphere. The food was beautifully presented and well cooked and the wine list was interesting.
I found the menu very limited, as a farmer and a meat eater I was disappointed not to see any pork or lamb on the menu I would have loved the beef but as my wife does not eat beef that ruled that dish out.I do object to having a 10% service charge put onto my bill, it should be my choice if I want to reward staff.
We had a great experience ...from booking to being there. We found a stylishly comfortable setting, friendly, helpful staff, fine food & drink and also enjoyed seeing both the film on offer and the successful blend of old and new within the hotel, and reliving happy memories of a previous visit. Many thanks, and well done to all concerned, we'd go again