Friday Street, Chipping Campden, Weston-Sub-Edge, GL55 6QH +44 1386324940
- Main course: £15
- Food spend: £27
- Opening hours
- Monday - Friday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 18:00 - 21:30 Saturday: 12:00 - 15:30 & 15:30 - 21:30 Sunday: 12:00 - 17:30
Housed in a stunning, Grade II-listed, 400-year-old house, The Seagrave Arms serves elegant British cuisine that has seen it awarded 2 AA Rosettes. With an emphasis on sustainable, locally-sourced produce, the pub is Part of The Good Pub Guide's Pub Group of The Year 2016.
With ingredients including game from local shoots, Cotswold beef and fruits & vegetables from nearby farms, The Seagrave Arms menu makes the most of the fertile surrounding countryside. Enjoy delicious Salcombe Bay crab with chilled pea soup, followed by famous Gloucester Old Spot pork served with fresh, homegrown vegetables.
Local shoots in the winter provide delectable pheasant, partridge and wild duck at The Seagrave Arms. A selection of luxurious wines is also available in the grand manor house, which remains beautiful whether bathed in sunshine or tinged with frost.
Drawing its culinary inspiration from the glorious surrounding woodland, The Seagrave Arms restaurant is just a 6-minute drive from nearby Chipping Campden.
Friday Street, Chipping Campden, Weston-Sub-Edge, GL55 6QH
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Customer reviews for Seagrave Arms
((((* 2 September 2017 by Helen from Sutton
Lovely good and fantastic service. Highly recommended
((((( 10 March 2016 by Andrew from Romford
We booked this on a recent visit to the Cotswold for a birthday dinner. The food was excellent, but the service was amazing. The staff were well informed about the menu and gave superb advice to new additions the menu from their own tasting sessions. They were very friendly and really went that extra mile. We would recommend to friends who visit the area.
((((( 10 November 2015 by Susan from Chipping campden
Beautiful , charming Cotswolds pub.fantastic service from start to finish. I had the most delicious treacle bread which was so moorish. Smooth trout pate to start followed by the tenderest roast beef , served with fluffy crispy roast potatoes beautiful earthy beetroot and red cabbag with a healthy sized Yorkshire pudding. Followed by a delicious apple dessert , been before and truthfully I think it's the best Sunday lunch in the area
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