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Pythouse Kitchen Garden

  • 4.6

  • from 352 Google reviews

About the garden

Pythouse Kitchen Garden is an 18th Century walled garden, restaurant, bar and venue set in the stunning landscape of South Wiltshire.

Opening times

Spring/Summer 2019 Opening Times Please be sure to check our closure dates before making a trip to PKG! During the day (Seven days a week)... 10am - 11am for Breakfast 11am - 12pm for Coffee 12pm - 2.30pm for Lunch 3pm - 4pm for Afternoon Tea Friday and Saturday evenings 6.30pm - 11pm for Cocktails and Dinner Autumn/Winter 2019/20 Opening Hours During the day (Seven days)... 10am - 11am for Breakfast 11am - 12pm for Coffee 12pm - 2.30pm for Lunch 3pm - 4pm for Afternoon Tea Friday and Saturday evenings 6.30pm - 11pm for Cocktails and Dinner

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Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site

Shops

None

Wiltshire, SP3 6PA

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Wiltshire
SP3 6PA
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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 352 Google reviews

Simon

a month ago

5

One of the most accomplished lunches we’ve ever eaten. The setting is beautiful and the greeting is warm and welcoming. Lots/most of the ingredients come from the gardens; should you eat outside, you can spend your time visually consuming the very food you’re eating. The menu is unique and well rounded. Every dish is prepared sympathetically to it’s surroundings and lovingly presented on delightful tableware. It was all delicious. There’s nothing more to say, other than you won’t want to leave a single scrap. In summary, we completely fell for the Pythouse kitchen and we are returning with more family members in a couple of weeks, for another (of what we hope to be many) lunches in the garden.

Lois Jackson

a month ago

5

We sat on the terrace on a sunny day and it was beautiful. The food is fresh and unbelievably tasty. They’ve thought about the small details and the decor is lovely. My favourite touch is the monthly Tales from the Kitchen Garden on the back of the menu which is so well written 👌🏼will be coming back again and again.

Sa Moo

3 months ago

5

Love this place - always a beautiful experience and I can't wait to go back! update: after a long wait we finally got to return. I can't recommend this place enough but at the same time I want to keep it a secret so not everyone finds it! 🤣 the service was impeccable and the food was top class. Everyone raves about The Pig but this leaves it standing.. proper garden produce with a menu true to it's roots and not set to appeal to the masses. I haven't tried a single dish and not loved it.

Gemma

2 months ago

5

We visited for lunch on a Sunday and it was lovely. Bags of character and a fantastic set menu, with seasonal and locally sourced food. Couldn’t fault it really. Good value at £35 for three courses and a range of (actually good) alcohol-free options on the drinks list. Well worth a stroll in the garden after your meal.

James Scott

a year ago

2

First time I went a couple of years ago the food was incredible. Some of the best I’ve had anywhere. More recently I went and the food was quite average, Covid has meant that the vegetables mostly aren’t grown on site this year however the salad boxes they gave (on the plate would be nicer) were quite dry and not especially flavoursome. The portion of meat was delicious but very stingy in size. Hopefully they can get back to the quality of two years back. The environment is still lovely.

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01747 870 444

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