The multi award-winning Olivier’s restaurant at the four-AA-star Woburn Hotel has relaunched with a dramatic new look alongside a new luxurious ‘The Repton Room’ for casual dining.
Located at the gateway to The Woburn Estate, the luxurious Georgian restaurant Olivier’s with The Repton Room has reopened for afternoon teas, light lunches and English and continental dining in the heart of Woburn village, Bedfordshire.
Now offering 65 covers, Olivier’s and The Repton Room’s overhaul provides guests with a new dining experience.
The Repton room
Adjoining Olivier’s restaurant is the new ‘Repton Room’ providing casual dining and afternoon tea. The room was inspired by the 18th century landscape gardener Humphry Repton, whose bicentenary is celebrated in a new exhibition at the nearby Woburn Abbey.
General manager Sue Crowley said: “Dining is at the heart of our hotel, over the past year and from listening to our guests we have seen a need for more casual dining options in luxurious surroundings.
“It was important to us that the essence of what our guests know and love remained the same. The refurbishment has enhanced the overall dining experience and we are delighted that both Olivier’s and The Repton Room are already proving popular with returning and new guests.”
Renowned for outstanding English and continental cuisine, Olivier’s Restaurant holds a two-AA-rosette Award for the quality, skill, attention to detail and local ingredients used in its cooking.
The restaurant is also a three-time winner of ‘The Foodies Guides’ Restaurant of the Year’ award for the region of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire.
Executive chef, Olivier Bertho, who trained and worked in France for 10 years, will present his new a la carte menu, Sunday lunch menu alongside more informal options to enjoy in The Repton Room.