The Tapestry

The Tapestry - Tapas Bar

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With 14 years of trading, The Tapestry Tapas Bar has established itself as one of the most popular fresh food and drinks destinations in South West London Well known for its Wedding Parties, Christenings and family gatherings.

What Our Customers Say The tapas were delicious and served plentifully, just perfect for our family and friends to celebrate our very special day.

Thank you so much for making our wedding party such a success!

– Ben & Vanessa Panfried Spanish chorizo and new potatoes with chilli oil £6 Crispy polenta chips with Rosemary and parmesan glaze £5 Lamb cubes with mint sauce £6 Chorizo, chicken and seafood Paella!

Served with parmesan shavings and garlic toast £14 wyprawa norwegia SIDE ORDERS Take away available.

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Over time you build up a library of memories to never forget and one of those was actually created here at Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa.

The Tapestry restaurant is the main eatery in the hotel and it exudes history, along with a little opulence.

A little steep in pricing perhaps, but if staying at the hotel (like we was) the menu is included as part of your dinner, bed and breakfast rate.

We had such a lovely evening at the Tapestry restaurant and it was great to finally eat at the hotel restaurant which we never did before.

Yet another lovely memory created by Bailiffscourt Hotel for us and I can’t wait to make many more again here in the future.

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Amidst all this is the reception desk for the 252-room hotel, where we received a warm welcome on a buzzing Saturday lunchtime.

Like the public areas, the design of the rooms and suites, which are set across floors one to seven, has been inspired by the era in which the property was built, with vintage touches, richly patterned fabrics and hand-knotted rugs on wooden floors.

The nature of the building means they come in different shapes and sizes – categories range from Crash Pad (17-19 sqm) and Cosy (20-30 sqm) to Medium (25-35 sqm), Large (35-45 sqm) and a range of suites (45-100 sqm).

Décor varies depending on category – Cosy rooms are 1920s influenced, for example, while Medium ones are more 1930s art deco in style.

There are also Heritage rooms (30-45 sqm; example pictured below), located on the Grade I listed fifth floor and offering period features such as wooden panelling and marble fireplaces.

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The Staff were great - and the food was really good, and there was plenty of it.

(We had a £15 set menu) Tapestry serves extremely good food.

The staff are very friendly and welcoming and they were some nice touches for Mothers Day.

Didn't like the fact that dogs were allowed in the restaurant or that smokers were sitting outside near an open door and the smoke was blowing into the restaurant.

Great tapas and friendly staff.