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Aura, an upscale café located in the affluent Jubilee Hills neighbourhood, invites promises to make patrons ‘feel good’. The carefully selected food menu at Aura is teeming with comfort food from around the globe. While global cuisine restaurants are not new to the city, Aura’s food selection still manages to be both distinctive and impressive. Instead of the usual 'Mushroom Cappuccino', Aura surprises you with a creamy and sweetish 'Butternut Squash Cappuccino' topped with coconut air. In a similar vein, 'Aura’s Signature Salad' is goat cheese mouse served with beetroot and walnut leaves. The dish that drew me to Aura was 'Banh Mi' – a Vietnamese sandwich made with French Baguette that is slowly becoming a global sensation and made the BBC ponder if it is the world’s best sandwich. Aura’s interpretation was great – the combination of the 'Soy flavoured Beef' and the satisfyingly 'Chewy Baguette with Pickled Carrots and Veggies' is quite irresistible. However, it was missing the pate and I wish there was an option to pair this with pork. Except for the pizzas, which were rather mediocre, everything else that I ordered at Aura impressed. Heavier chomps here include burgers, lamb shank, and stew. I opted for the 'Tenderloin Stew' with potato, mushroom, and peas. It is the kind of warm and fuzzy dish that you can keep coming back for. Classic comfort food served with aplomb. Café Aura also has a gourmet retail store attached to it that sells many of the imported gourmet products used in Aura and more – 'Corn-fed Chicken imported from Spain', 'Salmon Fillet from the Atlantic', and a 'whole host of Cold cuts, Cheese, Mushrooms, and Vegetables'.
My Partner and I stayed here for a night. We stayed in 'Soft Winter' room, it was magnificent,comfortable and clean. The grounds and settings and out of this world. The check in staff couldn't have been nicer or more helpful. The breakfast was cooked to perfection and very tasty.
My daughter got married in the Millhouse last Sunday. The venue was magical the food amazing and to top it all off the staff were so friendly they were a great help to me also as I had recently had a bad car accident and they helped me with comfy chairs nothing was too much trouble for them. A very special thank you to Tina the wedding planner she was so professional in her job made the day so special for my daughter and all the family. We would have no hesitation recommending this venue to anyone. Truly a 5 star experience! Thank you so much. The guy family...........
What an wonderful wedding venue... Decor, food, ambiance & service were absolutely first class. The setting is simply stunning, a fabulous country house overlooking the river. We loved the decor. It combines old world Georgian glamour and elegance with quirky, contemporary & stylish touches everywhere...It's kind of dreamy and romantic. Our room was beautiful with four poster bed and free standing bath tub... The food throughout the weekend was delicious.. from the breakfast through to dinner and the Sunday BBQ... lots of variety & beautifully presented. All helped along by the wonderful staff who were so courteous and friendly ... and the fine weather helped too! The team here clearly take pride in doing a fantastic job... Overall we had an amazing weekend and would highly recommend.
We were here at a wedding. What a beautiful venue for the ceremony and the reception. The food was beautiful, the grounds were beautiful and all the different rooms were really nice. Nice seating outside too if the weather is nice
Great location, lovely rooms in keeping with the building. Staff were really pleasant and friendly, obviously well trained. Plenty of parking available. The humanist wedding was held in an adjoining building, with plenty of bare brickwork and wooden beams on show - one side door could do with draught proofing at floor level. Cosy bar with two separate rooms, Young's and olds found their respective space !! Meal was served in an adjoining annex, well decorated and with another bar, plenty of cosy warm rooms nearby also for more quiet chats. Sadly the food was not of a very high quality and much was wasted. Breakfast on the other hand was great, fresh and plenty of options. Only downside were the toilets, one set near the reception area but down some precarious stairs. The other set were near ballroom/ dining area and were too small. One complaint - please ditch the hand towels and use airdryers, after a few hours the hand towels were wet, and unhygienic.