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Hampton Court hotel & restaurant fully reopens on Monday with new menus

The team at The Kings Arms Hotel and Six Restaurant, Hampton Court are thrilled to be heading into the last stage of reopening, in line with government guidelines, on 17 May.

This final stage will see the luxurious rooms reopen, as well as The Six restaurant with a refreshed summer menu by award-winning chef Jack Scoines. The summer terrace will remain open, which has seen many happy customers post-lockdown.

The Six restaurant will reopen it’s doors to two cosy dining spaces, as well as the private dining room, perfect for those intimate dinners, with an offer of three courses for £38.

Highlights include the Pressed Surrey Rabbit, Scottish Langoustines, Cauliflower Textures, Saltwort & Langoustine Dressing to start, Aged Welsh Lamb Rump with Roasted Romero Peppers, Ewes Cheese, Courgettes & Basil, Violet Artichoke and a Lamb Jus, and to finish, their English Strawberry Pavlova with light Vanilla Cream, Raspberry Sorbet and Pine Nut Candy, or as we like to call it, summer in a bowl.

The Kings Arms have also created a whole new sharing menu to enjoy whilst you bask in the sun on their summer terrace, as well as hearty mains and those essential spring desserts.

Highlights include the slow cooked Huntsham Farm Oxtail & Gruyere Croquettes with Champ Cream, the Grilled Channel Octopus, Chorizo & White Bean Cassoulet and the Banana Creme Brûlée with Toasted Pecans, finished with a moorish coffee & clotted cream fudge ice cream.

For those who are wanting to getaway from their homes after a year inside, the spacious guest rooms are the perfect escape for a post lockdown treat. From those just right for a couple or a stay for the whole family in the Hampton Suite that sleeps up to 5, the hotel offers a central location to favourite such as Bushy Park and its neighbouring Hampton Court Palace.