Situated just outside Kidderminster, nestled amongst scenic countryside views, is the marvellous 19th century hotel known as the Mercure Kidderminster Hotel.
A Victorian house dating back to the 1870’s, the Mercure Kidderminster Hotel is complete with charming touches like a grand water fountain, original fireplaces and intricately carved doors.
Now accepting the tastecard, members don’t even need to book in advance to enjoy the rich menu served within The Brasserie, offering extra funds for something tantalising from behind the well-stocked bar, such as one of the many seasonal cocktails or a perfectly paired glass of wine.
Begin the experience with one of the superb starters, such as the scrumptious pressed ham hock & pea terrine, partnered with a parsley oil dressed green vegetable salad, the irresistible tempura calamari, finished with a chilli & red pepper salsa, and the delectable grilled goats cheese & toasted tomato focaccia, adorned with a beetroot chutney.
Continue on to the main courses, where a host of heavenly dishes await to cater to all palates. Particularly merit worthy meals include the exquisite corn fed chicken supreme, served with confit of chicken leg bon bons, roast root vegetables and potato puree, the classic IPA beer battered haddock, matched with twice cooked chips and a tartare sauce, and the hearty roasted butternut squash & baby spinach lasagne, made with Mozzarella and toasted pine nuts.
Equally welcoming of both hotel guests and hungry gourmets, all walks of life looking for some sumptuous fare in the area should head straight to The Brasserie at the Mercure Kidderminster Hotel.