Last week I paid a visit to the newly opened Byron’s Brasserie, located at the picturesque Colwick Hall Hotel. When I received the invitation to give Nottinghamshire’s latest restaurant a try, I understandably jumped at the opportunity, given that Lord Byron is one of the county’s most iconic figures whose poetry has delighted people around the world for more than 200 years.
As soon as you step foot in the door of Byron’s Brasserie, you are swept into a setting of period features, crossed with modern furniture and vintage décor. The mixture is clever and perfect for a restaurant seeking to capture the atmosphere and mood of 17th century England. Comfy seating in the