10am – 6pm Sunday - Thursdays (closed Tuesdays)
10am – 9pm Friday and Saturday
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
- Business Lunch
About St Pierre Park Hotel and Spa - Pavilion
Located on the garden level within St Pierre Park Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort, The Pavilion Brasserie offers contemporary food within modern stylish surroundings. With a large terraced area ideally situated adjacent to the children’s play area, the Pavilion is a popular choice with families.
Our Head Chef, Nigel Waylen and his team use local and seasonal produce, as well as fuss-free techniques that let the food speak for itself. The results of this philosophy make The Pavilion a must-visit destination for anyone who appreciates quality dining.
First, the positive. I had a great facial and massage, therapist is good. The waitress in the restaurant was very attentive and I enjoyed the meal with a glass of champagne (paid extra for drinks). Now the negative, I did not enjoy the Spa experience as I felt rushed. The therapist was on her own so didn’t have the time to explain to me that I have all day to relax. After the massage I was led to the changing room so I thought I will shower and change & get ready for lunch. I didn’t realise that I can actually go to lunch in my Robe and can go back to the relaxation area. Hence, I was denied that whole Spa experience. If I knew that there is only one person working, I would have not booked it on that day. Shame because I think I would have a better experience if I have spent even another extra 30 mins in the Spa and probably had a swim too. It wasn’t the therapist fault, she didn’t have the time to explain and show me around when there is another client waiting to be seen.
Had booked a special offer afternoon tea with friends. The food was delicious and fresh. The service was unfortunately slow and we had to look for staff a couple of times.
Enjoyed afternoon tea, plus catering for a vegetarian gluten free was very pleasing. The sandwiches, scones and cakes were delicious. Staff were attentive and knowledgeable. We will be back again soon
Our time spent in the Pavilion was enjoyable, however, the expensive prices of additional drinks meant that we couldn't stay much beyond the time we did and instead and walked on to a more reasonably priced venue. The service on arrival was efficient. Our booking was checked and we were left to enjoy a drink in the bar area before being shown our table. £21 for the first two glasses of wine was steep! Once at our table, our two stands of afternoon tea goodies was brought out - we hadn't yet been asked which teas we would like, but had been offered our Champagne. The food was put on the table and we were left alone - there was, unfortunately, no explanation of what was on each tier. The sandwiches and scones are fairly self-explanatory, however it would have been nice to have the top tier of cakes explained to us. The sandwiches were good - so much so, we requested a couple of additional ham and mustard ones and cheese and pickle ones. The scones , again, were good, if maybe a little dry as when spreading butter a couple of them just crumbled to pieces. The cream that was presented with these had evidently been dispensed in to the small pot much earlier than our arrival, as the top was yellow and crusted over - something which makes it quite unappetising. The top tier of cakes was ok. The mini eclairs and mini cream filled donuts had clearly been cut in half! OK, the donut would maybe have looked slightly too large if they had been left whole, but the eclairs were so little!! In addition, the eclairs and donuts were both stale with hard edges. The staff on the whole were friendly and polite. However, at one point there was no staff around for quite some time, so I had to go and seek them out to ask for some butter to accompany the scones (two of our party don't like scones with cream but prefer butter and jam). Our experience was pleasant overall.