Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Chipping Campden, England, United Kingdom. Chipping Campden is a small market town in the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire, England. It is notable for its elegant terraced High Street, dating from the 14th century to the 17th century. ("Chipping" is from Old English cēping, "a market, a market-place"; the same element is found in other towns such as Chipping Norton, Chipping Sodbury and Chipping (now High) Wycombe.)
Things to do in Chipping Campden
4 based on 704 reviews
An English country pub kitted out in contemporary-boutique style, The Fuzzy Duck is set is an 18th-century coaching inn. Alongside gourmet British dishes, stone-baked pizzas and a tasty children's menu, a lengthy bar stock includes fruity cocktails and fi
Visited for lunch as staying nearby. Had sandwiches which were good, served with massive chips and a small pot of salad. Our favourite local gastropub has recently closed and, unfortunately, nice enough as the Fuzzy Duck is, it is not as good as the other was. The pub is quite stylish and the staff were pleasant but we were unsure we wanted to pay its fairly high prices for an evening meal based on the lunchtime visit.Hello parisienne61, I appreciate your feedback from your visit. We will take your comments on board and try to improve for the future. We do try to keep our prices competitive for the area. However, we do hope that we see you again soon. Kind Regards, The Fuzzy Duck
4 based on 268 reviews
El Cafe is a Spanish cafe wine bar in the heart of Shipston On Stour. Come down for an authentic Spanish coffee, a selection of Tapas or a few glasses of wine! As in true Spanish style we close when you have finished. Last booking time is 2 hours before c
Living locally, we've only ever had coffee in El Cafe, but having looked at the menu invited our neighbours to join us for the Thursday Paella deal experience. What a lovely evening we had. The food was beautiful, hot and well presented, and the desserts a real treat. The staff were welcoming and attentive throughout, and our waitress was a very pleasant and friendly young lady. Thank you to everyone. We are lucky to have this establishment in Shipston and we'll definitely be back.Hola CravengardenThank you so much for the lovely review and it has been passed on to the Team and specially your waitress, she is so happy. We are all so proud that you and your neighbours had a great time here and that you enjoyed your evening with us.We look forward to seeing you again soon.GraciasThe El CafÃ© Team
4 based on 155 reviews
The Lygon Bar & Grill is inspired by The Lygon Armsâ English heritage and Head chef Ales Maurer has created a seasonal British menu that celebrates fantastic local ingredients in a relaxed yet imaginative way. The highest-quality produce is at the heart o
Booked to celebrate a special anniversary in the dining room. Disappointed in the food - over-cooked chicken in the supreme. Also, having dressed for the occasion we were surprised to find the dining room staff in jeans. Definitely not what we expected for such a lovely hotel and dining room. Waiting staff were also rather inattentive and not professional. Such a shame for an iconic establishment.
The Back Garden, at Dormy House, is a celebration of the finest ingredients from the land on our doorstep â high-welfare rare-breed meats, veg grown in our own gardens and responsibly cultivated grains â all sourced and served in tune with the rhythms of
A wonderful experience in terms of service, ambience and creative food. We enjoyed a family dinner celebration here with meticulous service and food to adore. The menu features vegetables from the garden in front of you and locally sourced high quality fare. Astonishingly lowly featured on TA but then this is a special experience for those that seek these out!
MO, at Dormy House, is a personal and intimate tasting-menu experience whereby our chefs unleash their cutting-edge culinary skills. With space for just 12 guests, MO offers a warm, interactive experience, taking guests on a journey through seven exquisit
A group of 11 took this high end, fine dining restaurant exclusively. It normally seats 12. The seats are arranged in a horseshoe around the staff who are preparing, cooking and serving the food, additionally we had Lee presenting, discussing and pouring the matching wines. Catherine and Ellie were responsible for the food. Every course and the odd amuse bouche were explained. Nothing was less than superb. The staff were just as interactive as we wanted them to be, they responded to us and judged their involvement perfectly. It is expensive, though not outrageously so, but it is also a great multi-sensory experience. The food, the smells, the wine, the conversation, the detailed explanation of what was happening created a completely immersive experience. It would be fair to say that 11 out of 11 people had a rare good time!
4 based on 196 reviews
Head Chef, William Guthrie and his team of talented chefs work tirelessly to create mouth-watering menus that are English at their core and stay true to location, whilst remaining innovative and modern. Menus feature fresh local produce from the neighbour
The Buckland manor provides real fine dining experience in a delightful old Manor. Much used by the wealthy locals the Manor has its menu well tunes to a discerning but not pretentious clientele. Whatâs more, for this quality of food and environment, it is good value. It is a gift; a real treat.
4 based on 1064 reviews
Relaxed, Stylish Dining Room serving modern British food at lunch and dinner time using the best of local ingredients. With seven individually designed bedrooms within the same building. All with en-suite bathrooms, luxury bed linen and air conditioning.
A group all enjoyed our meals. Hake was particularly tasty-on a bed of really lovely fresh veg. Others enjoyed the shin , or the veg meal-all really good.Wine was excellent without breaking the bank and the deserts -'so delicious' .Service very attentive without pushing you.
4 based on 307 reviews
The Potting Shed provides a more informal dining experience at Dormy House, where guests can enjoy rustic dishes. The menu will reflect the changing seasons, making the most of local ingredients when they are at their very best.
The food here is farm to table and very fresh. We had a sea trout entree that was extremely flavorful and a good salad with literally fresh from their garden ingredients. The service was good and the surroundings serene. A good place to eat and dine in the Cotswolds!
4 based on 297 reviews
Located in the luxurious Cotswold House in the centre of Campden, Bistro-on-the-Square is the hub of the hotel, serving drinks snacks and meals throughout the day, including morning coffee, brunch and sandwiches. The Bistro has its own street entrance, an
We were booked into the spa and got coffee in the morning and lunch. Nice friendly staff and the gardens are beautiful behind the hotel.
4 based on 576 reviews
4 couples went to Michaelâs on our first night in Chipping Campden. Fantastic atmosphere! Georgina, and all the staff, were super nice. I had the Kleftico which Michael grilled. Best lamb ever - it fell off the bone and melted in my mouth. Priced very well for a meal like this. We were all very happy. Highly recommend you visit
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