UK: A new restaurant and dining concept Nu Sana will launch at Rockliffe Hall in August, sitting above the hotel’s spa.
Nu Sana will offer a healthy, nutrition-led menu including superfood salads, smoothies and juices alongside buddha bowls and larger dishes. The kitchen will use ingredients form the estate or grown within the garden.
An alfresco terrace will overlook 375 acres of grounds. Whether dining indoors or on the terrace, guests will be able to wear their spa robes.
The restaurant is set to open in tangent with the launch of new Spa Day experiences at Rockliffe Hall, available from 2 August.
“We are delighted to share the news of our latest culinary outlet with our guests, Nu Sana will be a most welcome addition to our much-loved spa and an important part of the wellness journey we offer at the hotel. The menus will showcase something for everyone, there will be an emphasis both on healthy, nourishing dishes in addition to appealing to those after something different to our already established restaurant options,” said Jason Adams, managing director of Rockliffe Hall.
Rockliffe’s 3AA Rosette Orangery Restaurant and The Clubhouse, helmed by executive chef Ian Matfin, has also been enhanced. Matfin has over 20 years of restaurant experience, including Gordon Ramsay at Claridge’s and Aubergine in Chelsea, alongside Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons in Oxford.
Nu Sana will be open for members, hotel guests and locals with reservations opening at the end of June.
Rockliffe Hall is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World. It was the first property within the group’s portfolio to achieve GBAC STAR rating last year.