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Top Cotswold visitor attraction announces new eatery


The Pavilion at Sudeley Castle

Sudeley Castle are happy to announce that their new food outlet, The Pavilion at Sudeley, is now open!
 
In honour of the coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla, The Pavilion will be serving The Coronation Quiche, with a light pastry case and delicate flavours of spinach, broad beans and fresh tarragon, on the 7th and 8th of May.
 
Relax in the beautiful glass eatery with views of the Cotswold Hills or enjoy the fine British weather on the outdoor dining terrace and the surrounding garden. The newly built Shephard's Hut coming this summer will be serving hot bowl food, salads and wraps.
 
The Pavilion is a lovely respite when you are visiting the Castle, walking the dog, exploring the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, or simply catching up with friends.
 
Take advantage of the delicious selection of filled rolls and hot snacks, freshly made on the premises from locally sourced ingredients, and a selection of traditional cakes, teas, and coffee.
 
Whether you are eating in or taking away, all food is served in recyclable packaging and The Pavilion are proud to send zero waste to landfill.
 
The Pavilion at Sudeley - Sample Menu

  • Leek & potato soup, drizzled with watercress oil and crème fraiche, with single Gloucester cheddar mini choux croutons, served with a sourdough roll
  • Gloucester Old Spot apricot and apple sausage roll
  • Grilled chicken Caesar salad with crisp baby gem lettuce, sourdough croutons, anchovies, parmesan flakes and crispy bacon
  • Honey-roasted old spot ham with Tewkesbury coarse grain mustard roll
  • Double Gloucester cheddar with real ale chutney roll
  • Brown egg mayonnaise, chive and watercress roll
  • Roasted chicken thigh with celery, red onion and baby gem lettuce roll
  • Beetroot, hummus and falafel with pickled carrots and cucumber roll
  • A selection of traditional cakes, teas and coffee

 
Opening Hours: 10.00 am to 4.30 pm.
The Pavilion at Sudeley is wheelchair accessible, dog friendly and free to enter without an admission ticket.
Be sure to pop in and say hello when you're passing.


Explore Gloucestershire
28 April 2023


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