Within the Mercure Burton-upon-Trent Newton Park Hotel is the friendly and welcoming Club Bar. This Burton retreat serves a selection of foodstuffs strongly influenced by British recipes with just a hint of international inspiration too.
The venue deftly caters for appetites large and small, with snacks offered alongside three-course options. The lighter bites are varied and tempting, with fresh flavours taking centre stage. Deli and classic sandwiches are filled with delicious foodstuffs such as chicken, bacon, rocket, sun-blushed tomatoes, and prawns. Diners have the option of white or brown bread and each plate is dressed with baby gem lettuce. Tuck into a tasty tuna mayonnaise and melting cheese Panini and delight as the ingredients coat the tongue. Or opt for one of the all-day breakfast offerings instead such as the continental freshly baked pastries which melt in the mouth. The three-course options provide an alternative means of dining, with a range of delightful dishes waiting to be sampled. Start with belly pork and confit duck terrine before indulging in a dish of chicken breast with a red wine, sun-dried tomato and shiitake mushroom sauce.
Snacks and meals are served in the stylish and warm lounge area. The wood panelled walls provides a feeling of a gentleman’s club house with an ambience of relaxation in charming surroundings. The tranquil spot fuses old-world character with modern touches courtesy of hot pink flashes in the venue’s furniture. The hotel itself is housed within a Grade-II listed country manor house, dating back to the Eighteenth-century. It was the former home of local brewer William Worthington and its setting within eight acres of private estate lends a feeling of grandeur and history to the place.
Enjoy the pleasing ambience of the Club Bar and delight in the historical setting of the Mercure Newton Park Hotel in the Staffordshire town of Burton.