We are extremely proud to offer Michelin starred dining on the edge of the Cotswolds with a seasonally driven menu. Using high quality, organic and importantly to us as a rural country pub, wild ingredients.
We work closely with a small core of quality producers who are dedicated to their craft. Game is often from local gamekeeper friends from the surrounding hills and estates. We source directly from Scotland to ensure we can make the most of our wild larder. We use the renowned Norfolk Quail as well as our neighbours Paddock Farm, who produce incredible rare breed pork, when our hunting friends can't get into the wild for us.
Sustainable fresh fish is sent from day boats in Cornwall from Flying Fish of Cornwall. Vegetables are also carefully sourced, our favourites often coming from small scale growers. We supplement our own foraging with professionals from different regions to help us find interesting wild ingredients.
we offer a concise seasonal menu Thursday to Saturday and Sunday night and on a Sunday lunch we offer roast Venison with traditional accompaniments as part of an 3/3/3 À la carte menu.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Dinner:
3 course - £55 | 6 course - £70
(no corkage on Sunday Evenings*)
Friday and Saturday Lunch:
3 course - £45 | 6 course - £60
3 course - £55
wholemeal loaf, farmhouse butter and pork dripping
rollright, toasted grains
(optional black summer truffle £10)
nettle raviolo of lamb sweetbread
white asparagus and mint oil
slow cooked halibut
fresh peas, chervil and crayfish
Norfolk Quail poached in its own stock
hen of the woods, preserved bilberry & pine, buttered potato and truffle jus
set ewes milk curd
local honey and borage
rosemary crème diplomat
Hawaiian Queen Kona coffee and canelé £6
Due to the size of our kitchen team and the style of our food, regretfully, we cannot accommodate the following dietary restrictions:
vegan, dairy, severe nut allergies and egg. Please let us know of any other allergies and please do double-check with your guests.