Four Course Malaysian Taster Meal For Two (£35) or Four (£69) at The Georgetown Restaurant at Colwick Hall Hotel (Up to 61% Off)
- Grade II Listed Georgian hotel and Colonial ballroom restaurant
- Former home of Lord Byron
- Located on the fringe of Nottingham Racecourse
- Four courses of authentic Malaysian fare from the Journey to Malaysia Taster Menu
- Mixture of Malay, Mandarin Chinese, and Tamil cuisine
- Menu designed in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid 7 days a week 6.00pm-10.30pm. Valid for The Georgetown Restaurant only. Valid for Journey to Malaysia Taster Menu only. Vegetarian and special diet options available; enquire upon booking. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 11 May 2012 at 11am.
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In the pressure cooker culture of today, it can be increasingly difficult to rise to the top, especially when the heat is on and no one has added any yeast. Let someone else cook up a storm with today's Groupon from The Georgetown Restaurant at Colwick Hall Hotel. Choose from the following options:• £35 for a four course Malaysian taster meal for two (61% off)
• £69 for a four course Malaysian taster meal for four (61% off)
Timeless elegance defines the character of the Grade II listed Colwick Hall Hotel, as aristocratic charm echoes through the striking Colonial ballroom restaurant and the spread of luxurious en suite rooms. The property was once the home of Lord Byron, but now serves in its present form following an extensive restoration programme. If tummies should rumble, guests and visitors alike are welcome to dine at the hotel’s restaurant, where a fusion menu of Malaysian and British fare awaits.
The gastronomic gurus in the kitchen of The Georgetown Restaurant created the Journey to Malaysia Taster Menu to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, mixing Malay, Mandarin Chinese, and Tamil cuisine into a four course spread. The meal comprises six dishes, and is available seven days a week. First course: Kajang satay ayam: chargrilled chicken skewers served with a peanut dip, pineapple, red onion, and soft rice cubes KL curry puff pastry selection of vegetables and lightly spiced chicken
Second course: Steamed mussels with lemon grass, Thai basil, chillies, and coconut juice
Main course: Penang Indian mee goring: stir-fried noodles with chillies, chicken, prawns, spinach, and beansprouts Captain's Curry: a spicy chicken with roti chanai, with green beans and beetroot
Dessert: Selection of mini fruit tartlets with a range of fillings including blackcurrant, pineapple, and mixed fruit
Though yet to be widely reviewed, The Georgetown Restaurant was awarded 3.5/5 by satiated TripAdvisors. While opinions have varied at times, diners noted the food and friendly service, as well as the restaurant’s striking setting and decor.
The restaurant itself is welcoming, with lovely views over Colwick Park, and the staff are incredibly friendly. For a starter I had an amazing Laksa, which was full of flavour and really whetted my appetite.
– Ali_P_75, TripAdvisor, Mar 2012
The beef rendang was almost as good as I'd had in Malaysia, and the other dishes-particularly the lamb-were just as great. The pineapple dessert was brilliantly simple but gorgeous. The setting is beautiful too-in the Colwick Hall hotel, overlooking the racecourse, backed by the river and decorated in 'colonial' style.
– Treepixie40, TripAdvisor, Oct 2011