Pythouse Kitchen Garden
is an enchanting 18th century walled garden and restaurant set in the picturesque countryside of Wiltshire, UK. A visit to the restaurant is very much a visit to home grown cooking. The majority of the base ingredients for the restaurant meals are to be found in the kitchen garden itself, and then local farms and producers are called upon for the accompaniments. The restaurant really works around the seasons,
and so each season is marked by a very varied menu.
The spring menu features such delicacies as a Spring Plate which is a mix of vegetable tart, organic grilled asparagus, warm potato and radish salad. Or you can try the Spring Superfood salad that features quinoa, purple sprouting broccoli, kale, blood orange jelly, seeds, and wild garlic pesto. Virtually all these ingredients come direct from the garden itself. Go to one of their Pytfire Suppers which are banquet style dinners held on the first Saturday of each month.
On a quarterly basis, you can attend classical music evenings with your meal taken by candlelight. There are party nights and even an Open Mic night which are, essentially, quarterly talent evenings. Following your meal or “performance", you can stay at the glamping village at the bottom of the orchard. Pythouse Kitchen Garden really does have it all, and you will quickly become one of the many regulars who are contributing to making the restaurant such a local success.