A Friday night dinner with friends for a small celebration turned out to be a very pleasant and enjoyable evening, thanks to the good service and the extremely good food.
We had visited the “location” before when it was called “Vatica” and its predecessor, before its demise!
As the premises and location were so appealing we thought that we would give it a try.
The menu had a pleasant and varied selection of 4 different items from each 3 course.
Two courses at £27.95
Three at £34.94.
These prices included bread and an enjoyable appetiser!
The wine list was good, with a reasonable selection of “non own wines” at quite good prices.
As one would expect, from a Chef of this calibre, the food was very good and nicely presented.
Of particular note were the starters;
“Nanny Williams Cheese Soufflé “and the “Pan seared scallops with confit pork belly and cauliflower puree”.
The Lamb and Duck for mains were to be recommended.
The service pleasant and efficient with no fuss.
As this is a lovely location with pleasant decoration and good food, one hope that this business will continue, unlike previous attempts at this location.
We wish them the best of luck , we shall return!
To avoid confusion;
“The Vineyard Restaurant” is at the Wickham Vineyard, a little confusing as when searching on line to book we found a number of “Vineyard restaurants” some in the local area!
The website is WWW. Wickhamvineyard.co.uk not the “Vineyard Restaurant”
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