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A short walk from the stately home, this stable block once housed Lord Astor’s most prized fillies (horses, that is), but now accommodates a bright Anglo-American brasserie from executive chef André Garrett. Blue leather banquette seating, parquet flooring and equestrian touches lend an informal air that extends to the inviting menu. A nostalgic snack of mini venison sausage rolls dunked in homemade brown sauce could begin a meal, perhaps followed by Crispy Cornish squid with piquant devilled tomato mayo. Perfectly al dente Wye Valley asparagus, scattered with crumbly feta and coated in silky pistachio dressing, is a seasonal delight. For mains, halibut off the grill stood plump and proud, drizzled with tangy salsa verde; meat lovers might prefer the hefty steaks, ranging from Barnsley chop to on-the-bone fillet – the accompanying truffle triple-cooked chips are golden-potato perfection. Comfort-food puds include the recommended raspberry jam soufflé. Add the solid global wine list and this attractive bistro makes an ideal pit stop for brunch through to boozy Sunday lunch, with a walk in Cliveden’s famed gardens providing an excuse for a slap-up meal.
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