A new menu full of flavours and freshness

A new menu full of flavours and freshness

Opening onto the extensive lawns of a park filled with venerable trees, the restaurant Le Séquoia of the Hotel Le Mans Country Club invites you to relax in an exceptional and tranquil setting about twenty minutes from the city. Our chef, making the finest use of local and seasonal produce, offers traditional cuisine revisited in the light of his creativity and inspiration.


Sarthois produce in the spotlight

From appetiser to dessert, regional produce and ingredients are present in the various aspects of the main menu as well as in the à la carte dishes. Loué poultry is presented in a crispy Cajun chicken supreme with corn, all beguilingly exotic. Soft-boiled egg is accompanied by a cream of green asparagus and smoked duck breast. Local livestock is also showcased by way of Sarthois beef tenderloin. Finally, the cheese platter gives pride of place to a fine assortment of local cheeses.


Satisfying all desires

The Séquoia summer menu is designed to satisfy all tastes and preferences. Looking for freshness? Opt for the salmon and its roulé of fresh cheese followed by a vegetarian salad from land or sea. Feel in the mood for indulgence? You’ll want to choose between the foie gras and the lobster as a starter, then the fish fresh from the market or the sweetbreads. Ensuring that you can finish in seasonal style, the desserts are also summery, with sorbets of the moment, fresh fruit salad and exquisite creations based around apricot, with rosemary ganache, cherry, wonderfully sweet whipped cream and meringue, or strawberries.


The new restaurant menu of the Hotel Le Mans Country Club invites you to experience a gourmet getaway in the heart of the beautiful Le Mans countryside. The menu focusses on local and seasonal produce, while leaving plenty of scope for creativity, and we think you will find it simply irresistible!


Photo : Hotel le Mans Country Club

Hotel le Mans Country Club, a 4 star hotel - restaurant located at 15 minutes from Mans

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