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Restaurant at The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel

Clearwell, Royal Forest Of Dean, GL16 8JS +44 1594447909

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This place is a little gem. It has a lovely atmosphere and the staff are very friendly. Meal was fresh and locally sourced. Lovely lunch. Will definitely be back!

Michelle 31 October 2016
from Forest of Dean District

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Awarded Cotswold Life Hotel Restaurant of the Year 2013, The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel serves an imaginative range of locally-sourced British cuisine. Located in the luscious heart of the Forest of Dean, the quaint country hotel boasts a cottage garden for beautiful al fresco dining and delicious afternoon teas throughout the summer.

Head Chef Martin Adams and his team source their ingredients locally wherever possible, and The Tudor Farmhouse menu is brimming with produce grown in the kitchen garden. Indulgent specialities like the 36-hour slow-cooked beef brisket are served with ox heart and assorted fresh greens, while international dishes like crispy roast garlic arancini are given a British twist and paired with foraged wild mushrooms and celeriac purée.

The idyllic garden at The Tudor Farm Hotel in Gloucestershire is surrounded by lush greenery and rustic stonework. Enjoy refreshing afternoon teas from Canton Tea Co while taking in the spectacular countryside views.

Offering award-winning British dishes in a breathtaking rural setting, Restaurant at The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel is just a 5-minute drive from nearby Coleford.

Restaurant at The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel

Clearwell, Royal Forest Of Dean, GL16 8JS

Contact +44 1594833046
Reservations +44 1594447909

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Customer reviews for Restaurant at The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel

4.4 (((() (based on 21 reviews)
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  • dinner (14)
  • lunch (11)
  • romantic (11)
  • afternoon tea (7)
  • luxury (7)
  • value (7)
  • private dining (5)
  • al fresco (3)
  • breakfast (1)
  • business (1)
  • child friendly (1)
  • large parties (1)
  • trendy (1)
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  • ((((( 1 December 2016 by Jeffrey Pete from Bristol

    We have been to the Tudor Farmhouse several times. It is in a wonderful location south of Monmouth. The dining room and lounge are warm and inviting. The staff are well trained and welcoming. The food is a very high standard without pretence.

  • ((((* 15 November 2016 by Sarah Smith from Coleford

    Lovely Sunday Lunch in a wonderful location

  • ((((( 31 October 2016 by Michelle from Forest of Dean District

    This place is a little gem. It has a lovely atmosphere and the staff are very friendly. Meal was fresh and locally sourced. Lovely lunch. Will definitely be back!

  • ((((( 25 October 2016 by John Cornforth from Romsey

    Booked Sunday lunch for 2 whilst holidaying locally. Came here for dinner a couple of years ago, so wanted to try again..

  • (((** 18 October 2016 by Szilvia Herbak from London

    Overpriced and over-complicated. Both `home-made` breads came soft crusted - and found them rather blend. Chose mushroom soup from specials - menu didn`t indicate it was cream soup. Tasted good but real shame not to have seen one single piece of the delicious autumn mushrooms. Mains: not being a meat eater, the Hake roasted with chicken skin, served with chicken consomme was off the list (what an idea to kill a delicious fish in chicken?). Opted for Stonebass - but without the hazelnut - truffle pesto (I find pesto hugely over used for no special reason, and it`s overpowering flavour really reducing the enjoyment of otherwise excellent fish or vegetables). Tried to recuperate the truffle in the form of Truffle mash - instead of the much expected truffle shaving, the mash was mixed with truffle oil that tasted and smelt of garlic. (fresh `real` truffle nowhere to be seen). The skin on the fish was soft. Desert: Caramelized apple with toffee tart and walnut - half an apple browned, but far from caramelized, toffee tart was a treacle tart with all its overpowering flavour, and walnut came in the shape of two very bitter -green tasting `ball`. Totally puzzled by the amount of complication that has gone in to turn perfectly delicious ingredients to a jumble of non matching or nor enjoyable flavors. Bill was higher than in same class London restaurants. No idea why..?

  • ((((( 17 October 2016 by Jayne James from Tewkesbury

    What a lovely little restaurant! Friendly service and fabulous food. My first delight was to find a delicious prosecco in a 175ml serving. So much better than 125ml, as it was my only alcoholic drink (watching my points). I started with roasted watermelon salad, just because I was curious! I was really pleasantly surprised and the combination with feta cheese worked really well. The pan fried bass was perfectly cooked, delicious and complemented by the creamy pearl barley. As the meal was going so well I ignored my usual rule of missing dessert. This is only because it usually makes me feel uncomfortable and results in a spoiled dining experience. I had the panna cotta with quince and Sauternes soaked sultanas, which was unusual and suited me as I am a fan of slightly tart fruit, but I prefer a red fruit topping if I can choose! It was great to try something new though. Why would I want to order something I can cook at home? Now usually I don't order coffee because no one can make a decent cappuccino, but I took the risk. Lo and behold, a lovely coffee was served, slightly too hot, but nevertheless a strong and tasty coffee with a good froth. See how discerning I am??!! Well done Tudor Farmhouse, your pretty dining room and comfortable chairs have ensured our return.

  • ((((* 12 October 2016 by John Pemberthy from Gloucester

    Charming ambience with great food served with no fuss

  • ((((( 31 August 2016 by Lisa from Lydney

    Excellent food and service .... attention made to small details.Restuarant relaxed and informal

  • ((((( 20 July 2016 by Richard Lott from Chepstow

    We enjoyed a full afternoon tea which was nicely presented and very filling! Although a Saturday afternoon we were the only people having tea which meant a rather quiet atmosphere. However the feel of a "private" space for our small group meant we could converse freely and make it a memorable birthday occasion. The service was excellent and the surroundings very pleasant.

  • ((*** 8 July 2016 by Emma from Cardiff

    Disappointed with the lack of customer service from staff. One staff member in particular was unbelievably rude.
    Booked well in advance but once we had arrived, were treating like they didn't know we were coming. Despite me seeing my name in the diary.
    Staying at local cottages, but won't be recommending in future and would not return.

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