“Well deserved 2 Michelin stars…”
Well, what can I say about restaurant Sat Bains that hasn’t already been said by the Michelin guide? Nothing, other than it’s simply amazing and well deserved of it’s 2 Michelin stars. Not only is it one of the best restaurants in the country, but its also on our doorstep here in the Midlands, so its become a firm favourite in our household for birthdays, anniversaries and whenever we fancy an extravagant indulge!
Having visited various other Michelin starred restaurants it was great to see that Sat Bains’ restaurant managed to not only capture that essence of fine dining, but as soon as you walk through the door you’re made to feel very comfortable and nicely at home. The atmosphere isn’t pretentious, stuffy or elitist, just nice and friendly, and if you’ve never visited a Michelin starred restaurant, this would be a great place to start as it doesn’t get much better than this!
On our visits Hannah and I always have the 10 course tasting menu as we simply can’t get enough of this amazing food. On sitting down in the garden with a drink you read the menu with childlike excitement, anticipating what you’re about to eat before being led into the dining room, which doesn’t disappoint. A modest room, tastefully decorated with contemporary furniture and artwork to beautifully compliment the modern and stylish food.
As expected, the food doesn’t disappoint either! From the warm home baked bread to start with, through to the beautiful handmade petit fours at the end of your meal. Each beautifully crafted course is a delightful journey in taste, texture and smells – as it arrives at the table looking like a work of art, you just can’t wait to tuck in!
Without a doubt Resturaunt Sat Bains With Rooms deserves its 2nd Michelin star and I’ve no doubt it will keep it for years to come!
The only downside is that we wish we could eat there every week!
As a guide, with a couple of glasses of wine each a table of 2 will cost you £220 – £240.