Visitors can expect dishes such as Venison pastrami, smoked juniper yoghurt, swede, Old Winchester and pickled allium flowers; followed by West coast scallop, parsnip, duck prosciutto, and mead. Additional dishes include Cumbrian plaice, conifer, mussels, salsify and alliums; and desserts such as Scorched pear, malt and homemade ginger beer.
The drinks menu features a predominantly biodynamic and organic wine list, and various cocktail and mocktails will include plenty of home-grown ingredients, such the Forest Side spruce spritz.
Dinner, bed and breakfast is priced from £299 and bed and breakfast from £209, based on two people sharing.
Other winners from last night’s Tatler Awards include ‘Sabrina Gidda at Bernardi's’ who won ‘Rising Star’, ‘Colony Grill’ for ‘Best Front of House’, and ‘Orrery’ who claimed Tatler’s coveted ‘Test of Time’ award. ‘Hoppers London’ took home 'Restaurant of the Year'. Access this link for the full list of nominations and winners: Tatler Awards