And it looks deliciously autumnal.
As the temperature begins to drop, we would happily warm up with their herb-crusted Ayrshire pork fillet. It comes with a rib-sticking mix of Toulouse sausage and a white bean cassoulet.
Served with pressed confit leg, rosti potato, braised kale and kirsch cherry jus, the roast breast of Gressingham duck reads like another hearty belly warmer.
Veggie diets are just as well catered for by the new menu at The Corinthian Club. The chestnut mushroom Bourguignon pie sounds just the ticket for a chilly day.
A lighter veggie option might be the roast beets, pear and Cashel Blue cheese salad. It comes with candied walnuts and a raspberry vinaigrette.
Corinthian Club: seafoodIf you prefer something fishy, you could try the mussels with cider and pancetta lardons as a starter.
For a main course, you could order up the Atlantic monkfish. It is served wrapped in prosciutto ham with ratte potatoes, asparagus and beurre blanc.
We like the look of the scallop starter. A posh take on surf and turf, it features hand-dived scallops, a pulled pork croquette, caramelized apple and a red wine jus.
For dessert, you might choose the sticky toffee pudding. Alternatively, you could make the most of the harvest and opt for the apple tart Tatin.
Naturally, you can book into The Corinthian Club with 5pm Dining.
Bang Bang Club at Corinthian Club
You may also be interested in the Bang Bang Club supper nights which run at The Corinthian Club.
Set up like an underground speakeasy, the Bang Bang Club mixes a fantastic three course dinner with a toe-tapping array of jazz and swing classics.
Piano, drums, funky sax and double bass will lay down the soundtrack for the beguiling vocalists.
Channelling everyone from Mae West to Judy Garland, the singers will charm the audience with hits such as Summertime, I Got A Woman, Feeling Good and Putting on the Ritz.
The show lasts until 10pm followed by a DJ after party until midnight.
The next one is on Wednesday 6th December and we are running a Big Deal for it tomorrow.