For one Corsham based restaurant 2009 has been one to remember for all the right reasons, as it continues to thrive despite the recession.
Jack’s Restaurant & Bar, located within the Mansion House on the
Over the last quarter, customers have been asked to rate both food and service at Jack’s, and the restaurant has scored consistently high results, with guests awarding it 9.4 points out of 10 on average. 100 per cent of guests asked also indicated that they would return to Jack’s again in the future.
Restaurant Manager David Woodward puts the success of Jack’s Restaurant & Bar down to a combination of good service, a friendly welcome and high quality food.
“We’re all very proud of what Jack’s has accomplished over the last few years”, he said. “Our ethos has always been to keep it simple. We always aim to provide high standards and value for money, and I think that’s why people return to us time and time again.”
“We have quite a diverse range of clientele, from businesses hosting lunches and parties, to couples enjoying quiet meals, and family get-togethers. We provide the same quality of food and service to all of our guests, whether they’re joining us for a bacon sandwich at breakfast or having a three course meal.”
2009 saw Jamie Hirst join the team at Jack’s as Head Chef following a successful career in some of the
In the summer he introduced picnic hampers to the menu, allowing guests to enjoy the stunning grounds of
“It’s a superb place to work with a great team of local staff,” he said. “Our aim is for our guests to have a thoroughly enjoyable experience from start to finish, so we have to get everything right including the welcome, the atmosphere, the service and of course the food.”
Jack’s regularly updated menu includes seasonal locally sourced vegetables, fresh fish, and game from the