Sunday Lunch Offer from £25 per person

Join us for an award winning three course Sunday lunch in the brasserie for only £25 per person

Our excellent Sunday three course Sunday lunch offer is available every Sunday in the brasserie. Priced from only £25 per person or £29.50 per person with a half bottle of wine, our Sunday lunch offer is perfect for a get together with family and friends. The brasserie bar & restaurant is informal and relaxed, serving the highest quality of food and drinks, with professional friendly service. Private dining and group bookings can also be catered for upon request.

Sample menu


Soup of the day, crusty bread

Suffolk gammon terrine, piccalilli

Smoked salmon, lemon & capers

Butternut, chickpea & red onion salad, feta, rocket & seeds

Main Courses

Roast sirloin of beef, Yorkshire pudding, pan gravy

Roast loin of pork, apple sauce

Roast breast of free range chicken, bread sauce

Baked fillet of herb crusted hake, oven roast tomato, fish cream, baby potatoes

Spinach, goat’s cheese & sweet potato wellington, roast pepper sauce

All served with a selection of vegetables


White chocolate panna cotta, strawberry three ways

Passion fruit cheesecake, exotic fruit

Selection of ice cream and sorbets

Cheese selection, chutney and biscuits – £2.00 supplement

How to book?


“Amazing food!!!” *****
I came to the restaurant with my family for a Sunday roast, to try it out for the first time. And what a great choice we made!!! We were greeted by friendly staff. No fault could be made about the food which was all cooked beautifully. Will definitely come back again

“Amazing Sunday roast” *****

Food was truly beautiful cooked to perfection, we had a 3 course Sunday meal with a half bottle of wine we could not of asked for a better meal the service of the staff was faultless they are very friendly and welcoming, my mum could not decide on what to eat so the lovely waitress helped her. Absolutely beautiful can not wait to return.

We had visited Beth Chatto gardens on Mothering Sunday and decided to call in to the Wivenhoe House Hotel to see if it was possible to get some lunch. We knew this was going to be difficult as we didn’t have a reservation and it is known as one of the busiest days for restaurants. As we walked up the steps to the hotel, the door was held open for us and we were offered a very warm welcome. We were asked if we had a reservation, and the member of staff said they were fully booked, but she would just telephone the restaurant manager and see if there would be any chance of a table. We were in luck and headed down to the brasserie. We were greeted by the ebullient Lionel who had made it possible for us to be seated. Every restaurant needs someone like him to keep everything moving smoothly. The surroundings were lovely and the staff could not have been more professional. We all enjoyed a roastdinner with desserts and they were well presented and very tasty.
We will definitely return and certainly spread the word that the Wivenhoe House Brasserie is a fantastic place. The staff clearly all enjoyed their work and should be commended,



find us, however you travel
By car:

Whether approaching Wivenhoe House from London and the South or Ipswich and the North via the A12, take the exit marked Colchester (A133). Follow the A133 towards Clacton, ignore the entrance to the Knowledge Gateway, continue along the A133 then take the B1028 for Wivenhoe before turning right into Boundary Road, then right again into Park Road. The entrance for Wivenhoe House is shared with the University of Essex but Park Road leads you through Wivenhoe Park and you will be able to see the glorious house from the road.

For Sat Nav please use CO7 9HT and then follow signage to Wivenhoe House. Please note, some Sat Navs may direct you to the wrong side of Wivenhoe Park so please check our PDF Map

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By train:

Colchester station, Colchester Town station, Wivenhoe station and Hythe stations are all between 10-15 minutes from Wivenhoe House by car. Trains run between London (Liverpool Street) and Colchester station every 10-20 minutes. The journey takes around an hour. Also connect with Colchester from Norwich, Ipswich, Felixstowe & Harwich. Some trains from London (Liverpool Street) also stop at Wivenhoe Station. When travelling from the Clacton/Walton direction, alight at Wivenhoe or Hythe Stations.

By plane:

Stansted airport is approximately 45 minutes from Wivenhoe House by car. Helicopter pad coordinates are 603200/223900.