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| Restaurants - Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons|
Le Manoir aux Quat' SaisonsChurch Road
Tel: +44 (0)1844 278881
Fax: +44 (0)1844 27884
"Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons is the fulfilment of a personal vision, a dream that one day I would create a hotel and restaurant in harmony where my guests would find perfection in food, comfort, service and welcome." Raymond Blanc
The modern French menu at the two-Michelin starred Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons has been described as 'a twist of imaginative genius' and the cuisine is undoubtedly the focus of every guest's visit. Gary Jones, a Blanc protégé and Michelin starred chef himself, rejoined forces with Raymond as Executive Head Chef in August 1999.
The two-acre kitchen garden produces 90 types of vegetable and over 70 varieties of herb, which are used in Le Manoir's kitchen. Monsieur Blanc has been a champion of the organic movement for the last 20 years.
The magnificent two acre vegetable and herb garden produces over 90 types of vegetables, many of which Raymond discovered within his mother's garden. Together with 70 types of herb, this garden supplies the restaurant's kitchen with its daily needs for eight months of the year. Over the last seventeen years almost every inch has been irrigated, re-planted, re-designed and re-seeded.
Monks who occupied the site in the 16th Century originally dug the English water garden, which is fed by natural springs. The ponds are now home to a variety of water plants and fauna.
Following a trip to Japan Raymond Blanc fell in love with Japanese culture. He introduced a very special Japanese tea garden at Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, providing a tranquil setting for guests to contemplate the beauty and simplicity of their surroundings.
Creation date : 12/08/2007 @ 23:00
Last update : 24/05/2008 @ 22:19
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