The marina operator has reopened the restaurant at its Bray Marina in Berkshire
Motorboat owners looking for a fresh riverside dining option on the Thames should take note of the latest development at Bray Marina.
The Berkshire boathouse, part of the MDL network, has revamped its on-site restaurant, with a new head chef and a tempting new menu.
Riverside Brasserie has been taken over by Marek Gryz, who will bring with him years of experience working in London’s top restaurants.
On the menu, MDL berth holders and visitors alike can choose from dishes such as swordfish nicoise salad, 30-day-aged sirloin steak and confit of bellied pork.
What’s more, those looking to pick up a quick bite can take advantage of the hamper collection service, which means you can enjoy a selection of these delicacies as you cruise along the Thames.
Mike Gates, general manager of Bray Marina, said: “The Riverside Brasserie looks fantastic and offers diners a relaxed environment in which they can enjoy their surroundings.
“We’re sure our customers will be delighted with the new menu and thoughtful touches like the hamper collection service.”
The Berkshire town of Bray burst onto the gastronomic scene in 1995, when Heston Blumental opened The Fat Duck on the High Street.
But with the triple Michelin starred restaurant due to relocate to Australia in December 2014, there’s room for another newcomer to make a big impression.