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The Gardener's Cottage

Thoughtful dishes with a proud connection to the soil and the land in this bucolic retreat from the urban thrust

The vegetable patches out on the front lawn of this handsome cottage, dating back to 1836 tell their own story. This is a place of egalitarian principles with local produce the main draw to a dining room with long communal tables where breaking bread with your dining neighbours is all but obligatory. Clever, deceptively simple dishes dominate the menu where the regional flavours are allowed to sing loud and clear. The menu changes regularly but expect to choose from the likes of a salad of green herbs and winkles, ricotta, sage and walnut ravioli and roasted grouse with beans, kale and chestnut mushrooms.


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