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André Garrett at Cliveden

Cliveden Estate, TAPLOW, SL6 0JF

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If you've left the city behind for a splendid day out, feel free to potter around the 376 acres surrounding the house. You won't get that in Shoreditch. Cliveden has been welcoming clientele since one of the Dukes of Buckingham had it built the year London burned down. The swagged and chandeliered dining room enjoys imperious views of the grounds, and makes a backdrop that would leave lesser chefs than André Garrett quailing, yet the cooking dazzles with creative opulence in the contemporary French style. There's more than a hint of bravado in pairing English rose veal and oyster in a tartare dabbed with Exmoor caviar, garnished with nasturtium blooms and sourdough melba toast. And there's real swagger in main courses such as roasted red-leg partridge with salsify and walnut crumble in Muscat, or the sea-fresh turbot grenobloise with cockles, braised celery hearts and brioche butter. A tasting menu will be irresistible for the highest rollers, and desserts fully measure up to the foregoing with the likes of rice pudding soufflé, Seville orange marmalade and a scoop of ice cream made with 12-year-old Balvenie single malt.

Further information

Tel: 01628 668561
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Open all year.
Sunday lunch available.

Restaurant information

Cooking type: Modern British, French
Chef: André Garrett
Number of seats: 78
Accessible for wheelchairs.
Disabled toilets.
Vegetarian meals available.
Children welcome.
Children's portions.
Parking available.


Restaurant price guide

3 Course lunch from: £33.00
3 Course dinner from: £72.50
Prices are for guidance only. Please check when booking for current rates.



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M4 junct 7, A4 towards Maidenhead, 1.5m, onto B476 towards Taplow, 2.5m, hotel on left
Nearest station: Taplow

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