Where to eat in Surrey. Restaurant Reviews.
|Date Added: February 15, 2010 05:39:36 PM|
|Author: Rudolf Koch|
Bryce's Seafood Restaurant
We have visited this restaurant many times over the last few years and always enjoyed it tremendously. Established for more than 16 years, Bryce's is the perfect venue for all occasions.
It is housed in a former boys boarding school dating from the 18th century. The restaurant has recently been re-furbished, retaining its character of beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace. It offers the very best fish and seafood from near by Shoreham on Sea. Dishes from the fixed-price menu include natural smoked haddock on potato puree with pancetta and mushroom cream sauce, or fillet of sea bream on basil and prawn risotto. There is a daily board featuring non-fish alterative like calves liver with bacon and rosemary on potato puree. The rib eye steak is second to none. My favourite starter is grilled herring roe with herbs and lots of garlic. An extensive wine list compliments the menu.
The atmosphere is relaxed and comfortable, whilst maintaining high levels of service and customer care. Bryce's is located in the Village of Ockley in Surrey.
Chef: B. Bryce and Ashley Sullivan
Restaurant reviewed by Rudolf Koch
For twenty years Mr. Koch was running his own restaurants in Fleet Street, City of London. In the 1980's he contributed to the restaurant review of The Tatler, Britain's Top Society Magazine.