Auberge du Lac creates the perfect mood for every occasion, whether it's al fresco dining on the edge of the water in the summer or an intimate setting in the winter months. Set over four floors, Auberge du Lac includes a comfortable lounge, four private dining rooms which can accommodate from 2 to 16 guests and a lakeside terrace overlooking Brocket Hall. The restaurant regularly serves private dinners, ladies ' lunches, weddings, birthday parties.
Where is Auberge du Lac located?
This converted hunting lodge on the banks of the Broadwater Lake in 543 acres of ancient parkland on the Brocket Hall Estate makes a romantic setting for acclaimed and talented young chef Marcus McGuinness dazzlingly modern and beautifully presented dishes.
What cuisine is on offer at Auberge du Lac?
The cuisine at the restaurant on the Brocket Hall Estate includes stunning modern British, where the head chef and his tea have already been nationally recognised with a 2 AA Rosette award in the same year due to his and his team's excellence.
What is the signature dish at Auberge du Lac?
Dine in the elegant main dining room where you can enjoy the likes of foie gras parfait with roast and pickled peach, szechuan granola and thyme brioche followed by plaice with cauliflower, crab and sea vegetables. Oenophiles will delight in the 750 bin wine cellar that's home to the Sommelier's Table where private wine and Champagne tastings take place.
What makes a meal at Auberge du Lac unique?
With numerous awards, Auberge du Lac provides the highest standards in cuisine and service.