Pyt­house Kitchen Gar­den

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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.

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