Coventry’s Telegraph Hotel has added new flavour to its menu as spring approaches – but it is not the only thing that has changed at the iconic venue.

The Telegraph, which is approaching its third anniversary, has invested in a new breakfast and buffet area in its popular Forme & Chase restaurant. It has also added new seating and enhanced the look and feel of the restaurant, which attracts diners from across the region and beyond, as well as hotel guests.

The new, seasonal menu, which will be available from March 8 onwards sees a wide variety of dishes added to whet the appetite of diners who can relax under the glazed restaurant roof as lighter nights return.

From Devon Crab to Confit Chicken Cannoli, there are a series of new starters available alongside the Market Soup of the Day, while a Spring Salad and a Chicken Caeser Salad are fresh to the menu too. Fillet of Haddock, Lamb Rump, Orzo and Butternut Squash have also been added as new main courses to make it virtually impossible to know what to choose.

A 10oz Black Angus Sirloin Steak and Chicken Yakitori are new to the Forme & Chase grill while the head chef at the Telegraph Hotel has also recreated some classic desserts to help round off the perfect spring-time meal.

Banoffee Meringue Pie, Carrott Cake, Rhubarb & Custard, Lemon & Blueberry Cheesecake and a Dark Chocolate Marquise are enough to test the sweetest of tooths, while those who prefer a cheeseboard to finish can tuck into some local delicacies including Warwickshire Truckle and Worcester Blue.

Amy Windsor, general manager at the Telegraph Hotel, said: “We’re so excited to launch our new spring menu. There’s something lovely about this time of year – the nights get brighter, the clocks go forward and there are some wonderful seasonal ingredients available to the chef and the team to create a collection of sumptuous dishes for our diners.”

Those booking a meal at the Telegraph Hotel are advised to keep an eye out on social media and on the venue’s website for a variety of offers.

And, weather permitting, the Telegraph’s rooftop bar – Generators – will reopen after Easter as the perfect place for drinks and cocktails with friends, family and colleagues.

For more information, to book or to see the new menu from March 8, go to