Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in Wiltshire
Hardens guides have spent 15 years compiling reviews of the best Wiltshire restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 80 restaurants in Wiltshire and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Wiltshire restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
Featured Wiltshire Restaurants
. Lucknam Park
British, Modern restaurant in Colerne
“Superb food” in a “perfect setting” adds up to an “excellent experience” at this Palladian mansion on a Cotswolds estate, where longstanding chef Hywel Jones’s “consistently excellent” cuisine is served in the elegant and formal dining room. “Would recommend it to anyone”.
. Bybrook Restaurant, Manor House Hotel
British, Modern restaurant in Castle Combe
Chef Rob Potter (ex-Lucknam Park) delivers some “excellent” cuisine, which is “accompanied by the best of advice from the sommelier” at this welcoming luxury hotel in a famous village, now established as a top gastronomic destination for visitors to the Cotswolds.
. Les Mirabelles
French restaurant in Nomansland
Forest Edge Rd - SP5
“Splendid French cuisine using local produce” is on the menu at this well-known Gallic classic with “lovely views across the New Forest”. There’s also “an interesting wine list selected by the proprietor, Claude – take his advice and you won’t be disappointed”.
. Helen Browning, The Royal Oak
British, Traditional restaurant in Bishopstone
Cues Ln - SN6
“A wonderful pub in the Wiltshire countryside, serving food from its parent farm down the road” and named for its owner, the chief exec of the Soil Association. “The menu is always changing as and when fresh produce is available and the food is always stunning”: “great organic meat dishes” in particular (as you might hope!). “A pleasant outdoor eating area as well… when the sun shines!” (She also now has a Swindon chop house on Wood Street too).
. The Dining Room, Whatley Manor
British, Modern restaurant in Easton Grey
“Highly inventive, faultlessly executed, flavour-packed fusion cooking” with French, Japanese and Korean influences – Niall Keating has fully justified his appointment at the age of 26 to succeed Martin Bruge in the kitchen of this “beautiful golden stone Cotswold manor house”. For diners, there’s a real thrill in witnessing “a chef still developing his style, with some magical surprises adding up to a wonderful experience”.
. The Palm
Indian restaurant in Froxfield
Bath Rd - SN8
It’s “easy to drive on by” this nondescript building on the A4 “but you should stop” – inside it’s “a real upmarket operation”, serving the “best you can get in Indian food” in a “crazy-busy and -buzzy” atmosphere.
. Pythouse Kitchen Garden
British, Modern restaurant in Tisbury
West Hatch - SP3
“Dining in a walled kitchen garden off the very local fresh produce” can be a “magical” experience at this bucolic South Wiltshire venture (part of an estate which also operates as a wedding venue, glamping destination and fruit picking centre). The short menu of simple fare has options from breakfast onwards.
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