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Dining

Putting the art into artisan dining

Refined Dining

Perfection by design

Serving seasonal, local food inspired by nature.

Breakfast | Daily 9 – 10am (Residents only)
Dinner | Wed – Sat 6 – 11pm (Last seating 8pm)

Guests are invited to dine from either a 3 course set menu or a 7 course tasting menu. All guests in a group must select from the same menu (selected at time of booking).

The seasonal menus features locally sourced food and ingredients from our farm. When making a booking, please inform us if you are vegetarian/ vegan or have any other dietary requirements as we need to know in advance so that we can prepare an appropriate menu. With a minimum of 24 hours notice, we can adapt to most dietary requirements. We do not provide a children’s menu. Considering guest feedback, we only accept children of dining age in the restaurant, however, if there are unavoidable circumstances, please reach out to us to discuss. We are a very small restaurant and therefore do not have capacity to accommodate non-dining guests. From time to time we host events, supper clubs and immersive dining experiences. Please look on our events page to find out what’s on and to book your table.

Broomhill Dining is at the beginning of a culinary adventure, we give our chefs the freedom to create new menus for each season and we are striving to grow as much as we can on the estate and become self sustainable.

Rules to cook by

Principles of the kitchen

Seasonality
Everything served at Broomhill Dining is seasonal; to us, that means from the ground, outdoors in Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter. This means that the produce is at its best and delivers amazing flavours to punctuate the dish. Anything we do use which is “out of season” will have been preserved, fermented, stored by us in our larder.

From plough to plate
Broomhill Estate has created its own farm in the grounds of the 103 acre estate. We are growing as much as we can for ourselves. Anything we don’t produce ourselves is sourced from within 50 miles of the estate, a radius which we will tighten as we progress.

Waste reduction
As a busy business we are striving towards reducing our waste. We would love to become carbon neutral and zero waste, one step along the journey in achieving this is using “waste products” and putting them to good use. Current strategies to minimise waste include: recycling our coffee grounds to grow mushrooms, composting for the farm, recycling oil, recycling jars and containers to reuse in our larder, sustainable takeaway products, recycling cardboard as planters for veg and we even use our natural spring to fill the toilets!

Foraging
Alongside growing our own our dishes also include foraged ingredients such as; mushrooms, magnolia, hogweed, sorrel, nettles, cleavers, meadow sweet, herb bennet.

UNESCO Biosphere Member
Broomhill Estate is an accredited member of the UNESCO Biosphere project.Biosphere reserves promote solutions reconciling the conservation of biodiversity with its sustainable use. They are learning areas for sustainable development under diverse ecological, social and economic contexts, touching the lives of more than 250 million people.

There are currently 727 biosphere reserves in 131 countries, including 22 transboundary sites, that belong to the World Network of Biosphere Reserves.

Broomhill Dining
Inspired by nature
Inspirational flavours creating memories

Responsibly sourced, local produce

Celebrating our suppliers

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Get married at Broomhill Estate

Broomhill Estate is a licensed wedding venue and you can book out the entire 103 acre estate for your special day including the sculpture park, 7 bed art hotel, annex properties, restaurant and lounges.

Start your love story at this sanctuary for fine art.

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