Open from 12.30pm until 2pm on Friday and from 7pm until 9.00pm on Wednesday to Saturday.
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Gluten Free Available
About The Tudor Room at Great Fosters
Headed up by Douglas Balish, the Tudor Room at Great Fosters is an intimate sophisticated restaurant open for lunch on a Thursday & Friday and for dinner Wednesday to Saturday.
The Tudor Room was first awarded a Michelin star in October 2016 and 4 rosettes by The AA in September 2018. It is a beautifully decorated dining room with the intimacy of only 24 covers. The service is attentive yet unobtrusive and the food speaks for itself. A showcase for Douglas's inspirations and aspirations for Great Fosters, his style is classic but with a modern twist: seasonal ingredients, sourced locally where possible but not at the expense of ensuring only the best and most superior quality.
The Tudor Room at Great Fosters is the perfect setting for an important business lunch, a special celebration or just a meal with friends or family. Accommodating a maximum of six guests on any one table, the restaurant may also be hired privately for fourteen guests and above.
Simply a very rewarding evening as the food, wine and venue all delivered.
An excellent dinner and service was first class. The Tudor room was more or less empty at the time hence a lower score for atmosphere.
A sensational experience at all levels, the food and wine were gorgeous. But even without them...the experience still would have been a delight.
Excellent food and surroundings
As with every Great Fosters visit we were made to feel very special. The food was outstanding and the service first class.
We took & friend as a birthday treat and from start to finish the experience was amazing, this was our second visit a both times we experienced excellent service & amazing good. I would most definitely go again and highly recommend it. Debbie :-)
A wonderful evening, excellent food and great service.
Dining in the Tudor Room on Saturday night was our first experience at Great Fosters and one that will remain memorable for quite some time. The food, wine and service was exemplary as was the beautiful historic setting - we will definitely be back for more.
We had such a lovely meal, the best dining experience we have had for a long time. We would recommend coming here.
The setting for pre drinks in the Annne Boleyn room was lovely with a relaxed atmosphere that settled us in immediately. Food choice was limited but that is to be expected, however each course was exquisite. Superbly presented and incredible tastes and textures. The wine list was comprehnsive and the Sommelier helpful and knowlegable. He also had a great personality, a joy to have around. Coffee was taken back into the Anne Boleyn Room, the perfect end to a perfect evening.
Dinner in the Tudor room for birthday celebration dinner it was truly a wonderful experience,food was exquisite with an excellent choice of wines.Service was exemplary we have been coming to this Hotel for the last 14 yrs and never had a bad experience.
Birthday dinner - ideal place for this special occasion. Everything from service to food to atmosphere was exceptional. 'Steve' the sommelier was charming and his help with pairing the wine with our dishes made the experience even more enjoyable. Can't wait to go back.
A wonderful experience for my daughter's 21st birthday. Exquisite food and attentive service. Perfect in every way.
Thank you Steve the Somalier for making the evening so special!
Food was exceptional, matched by the service. Private dining in the Tudor room for sixteen company executives worked out perfectly and we will certainly be returning. Many thanks to all involved, particularly Nina in the Events team and Jenny who looked after the group so well on the night,
Superb food (and wine). Surprised it isn't busier. On a par with Stovell's and Coworth Park.
We enjoyed the evening but it was s bit drafty by the window. It would have been nice to be asked which table we wanted as only 6 people were booked and we were first. A free liqueur or something to finish off would also be a good idea given we spent nearly £200.
We love the quiet discrete atmosphere of GF. However I think that marketing of assets such as The Tudor Room might be of assistance to you. Everyone knows GF as a wedding venue but perhaps not for "fine dining". Not that we want it so crowded we cannot get in !!
The Tudor Room is not for everyone. There are only three choices in each of the courses, but the cooking is precise and the presentation very professional. The service is discrete and efficient. The room creates a restful atmosphere and the tables are well-spaced. If you're looking for a modern/classical menu served in a discrete, sophisticated, period atmosphere, the Tudor Room is hard to beat.
A great wedding anniversary celebration! The service was excellent and they assisted in getting flowers delivered to the table for my wife. Food and drink was perfect to cap off a great night.
An oasis in the normal frenzy that is Valentine's Day - well paced, relaxed service and atmosphere. Quality of food is excellent although there were some "interesting" courses and combinations of ingredients - not unpleasant though! The venison was excellent! A lovely evening and yet another enjoyable visit to the Tudor Room, We'll be back again!
The food was stunning, the staff were excellent, both friendly and knowledgeable, and the whole evening was a fantastic treat for the two of us. Restaurants of this type can sometimes feel a little tense or even intimidating if you're not used to them but the Tudor Room was very much relaxed and there was a real atmosphere in both the cocktail bar beforehand and the Tudor room itself. A great experience and one I will definitely recommend.
Good food, beautifully presented at an acceptable price. Booking was straight forward with the reservations team being responsive and accommodating. Can't be better than that.
A wonderful place to spend Valentine's Day or in fact any day. The service was warm and welcoming, the food was exceptional and the sommelier's knowledge and matching of wine to food was first class.