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River Cottage Kitchen

Recomendado por 14 habitantes locales · Precio estimado 2 de 4 ·

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September 17, 2019
Casual dining on seasonal British menus in a former mill with exposed beams and painted brick walls.
September 3, 2018
If you like Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's seasonal approach to food then this is well worth a visit.
August 27, 2018
Relaxed dining, reasonable pricing and great quality local Hampshire produce used.
June 3, 2018
Tasty food in an attractive setting.
January 14, 2018
Live a little and try it.

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“Roughly 12 miles from Southampton, St. Catherine's Hill is a 43-hectare (110-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest on the outskirts of Winchester in Hampshire. It is managed by Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust and most of it is an Iron Age hillfort, which is a Scheduled Monument. The top of the hill is ringed by the ramparts of an Iron Age hill fort. In the centre a copse of beech trees contains the site of the 12th-century chapel of St. Catherine. There is also a mizmaze, probably cut between 1647 and 1710. The hill was cut off from the Itchen water meadows for over a hundred years by the construction of the Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway in the 1890s and the Winchester By-pass (A33) in the 1930s. The railway closed in the 1960s and the road was removed following construction of the M3 motorway to the east through Twyford Down in the 1990s. Whilst this reunited the hill with its historic setting to the west, it is now largely cut off from the hills to the east. The routing of the original by-pass to the east of Winchester had been controversial and its replacement by the M3 led to a large-scale protest. The hill was where the game of Winchester College football was played after being moved from Kingsgate Street and before moving to its modern form on canvases around the school. In 1922, money raised by The Old Wykehamist Lodge of Freemasons hosting the Public Schools Lodge's Council Festival was used to buy the hill and donate it to the College. We love going for walks here, the scenery and views are beautiful and the walk up the steps is a killer!”
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SO23 9GH
Teléfono01962 457747
Tarjetas de crédito
Yes (incl. MasterCard)
Asientos en el exterior
Música en vivo, jukebox
Comida, cena, dessert
Beer, vino, barra completa, cocteles
Opciones para cenar
Servicio de mesa, servicio de bar, no hay servicio a domicilio
Coat Check
Con acceso para personas con movilidad reducida
Con tecnología de Foursquare