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Marcus & Kate Ashenford’s “tiny gastronomic haven” in an “intimate” old building (a former tea room) is a classic “husband cooks and wife is front of house” kind of place, and consistently delivers an “unpretentious” yet “fabulous” experience. Service is “friendly and welcoming” and the food is “honest, generous, creative, and stylishly plated” (“even from the reassuringly limited menu, we still found choosing difficult!”)
In a modest former tea-room, Marcus & Kate Ashenford’s highly esteemed venue continues to win acclaim for its “honest, creative and inspired cooking”; “unpretentious” service too – “without the usual Michelin BS”.
An “intimate” venture, run by Marcus & Kate Ashenford, which offers “knock-out” food that’s “fully deserving of the (Michelin) acclaim”; the “simple café-style setting”, in a former tea-room, is a tad “provincial” in style for some tastes, but there’s no doubting the “outstanding gastronomy”.
Marcus Ashenford’s “ingenious” cooking that’s “innovative and interesting without becoming pretentious” makes his (and wife Kate’s) restaurant in “quiet” former tea-rooms a consistently outstanding destination; the lunchtime menu is “astounding value”.
5 North Street Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Out of this world cooking the dining room still feels cramped, dark and a little dingy. Lunchtime menu is particularly good value."
5 North St, Winchcombe, GL54 5LH
lunch 12.30 pm - 2 pm, dinner 7 pm - 9 pm
Last orders: 9 pm