- Main course: £12
- Food spend: £25
- Opening hours
- Monday to Saturday: 08:00 - 20:00 Sunday: 08:00 - 17:00.
What a lovely treat.
Luxurious surroundings with attentive staff and superb afternoon tea selection.
We booked for 16.30 and were still occupying the table at 6 .... but not a glance or disapproving look from the staff.
09 May 2019
from Leamington Spa
Whittle’s Restaurant at Binswood Hall in Leamington Spa serves contemporary European food from the Grade II-listed splendour of this former Victorian school building. The seasonal dishes add creative flair to classic British cuisine.
The Whittles Restaurant menu focuses on local ingredients and includes confit of belly pork with bubble and squeak and cider jus, and lemon and thyme marinated chicken with vanilla mash and mustard cream. More exotic touches are added in dishes like pan-seared tuna with mango and coriander salsa and saffron risotto.
Served in the classically elegant dining room, sumptuous desserts include white chocolate bread and butter pudding, tiramisu with lemon tuile, and a local cheese board. A bistro menu of sandwiches, hors d’oeuvres, salads and pasta dishes is also available at Whittles Leamington Spa.
In the beautiful grounds of Warwickshire’s Binswood Hall, Whittles Restaurant is a 7-minute drive from Leamington Spa Train Station.
Whittle's at Binswood
Binswood Hall, Binswood Avenue, Leamington Spa, CV32 5SE
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Customer reviews for Whittle's at Binswood
((*** 23 June 2017 by RIK from Leamington Spa
No parking facilities including none for disabled, only for Audley Residents.
Restaurant on first floor, can access by stairs or lift.
Afternoon tea menu printed upside down.
Only one member of staff who took order and delivered afternoon tea did not come back to check if all was well and if any more drinks were required.
presentation of Afternoon tea was good, unfortunately scones were not freshly made and somewhat hard.
Overall a disappointing experience, we were the only people in the restaurant.
We had to go down to reception to ask for bill as no staff present.
(**** 16 June 2017 by David from Coventry
Terrible we were given two scones when we had booked afternoon tea and we couldn't eat them as they were salty
((*** 22 May 2017 by Alice from Leamington Spa
Lovely venue but overpriced for the standard of the food.
((((( 8 May 2017 by Joanne from Birmingham
Lovely venue, staff very attentive and welcoming. Afternoon tea was very good, will definitely be booking again.
((((( 7 May 2017 by Christina from Leicester
Delightful afternoon tea experience. Beautiful building. Tastefully decorated internally. First visit, gem of a find, will definitely return.
(((** 24 April 2017 by Rebecca from Warwick
Most of the food was delicious, however the scones (which for me are a key element in an aftertoon tea) were stale and the tea wasn't fresh; I expect to see a menu rather than to be presented with a pot of teabags. The booking stated that prosecco was complimentary however we had to ask for this. Combined, this dampened the experience as I had booked for a friend's birthday gift.
((((( 2 April 2017 by Claire from Warwickshire
Afternoon tea for a friends birthday.What a lovely building. We chose afternon tea with a prosecco.Tea was plentiful.I had asked for a vegi option with no fish for the birthday girl which was done with no fuss.Food was amazing.Could not fault the service even when it got busier as this was a sat pm booking.Definately going back.Thankyou Whittles such a lovely few hours.
((*** 21 March 2017 by Stephanie from Coventry
It was just OK, not the best, not the worst afternoon tea I've had. I thought it was over priced for what we received and the service was rubbish. We will not come back.
((((( 15 March 2017 by Martin from Rugby District
Excellent! This meal was a luxury afternoon tea. The building is beautifully restored, an imposing hall. Both outside and within, the air of opulence and old fashioned decorum was tangible. The service was attentive, courteous and kind. The meal was the ideal of afternoon tea in a Victorian parlour, but served in an immense hall of high ceilings, chandeliers and hugh portraits. A variety of neatly trimmed, uniform sandwiches, obviously freshly prepared and delicious were accompanied by very new, crumbly (non acidic) scones with plenty of clotted cream and strawberry jam. Three little cakes each, along with quartered strawberries, and a small glass of light pineapple juice rounded off the serving. Of course there was as much tea or coffee as you wished, and of many choices of blend. There was no hurry and the ambiance was peaceful and quiet. I felt as though I could have stayed there all day very happily. We could not have wished for anything extra. What a gentle way to spend a day.
((((( 14 March 2017 by Sheila from Coventry
We enjoyed having afternoon tea at Binswood Hall, it was so relaxing and beautiful place. We definitely coming again and have recommend Ronny work colleagues and friends about that place. Loves the scone my favourite. We will definitely come for meals as I didn't know they do meals too.
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