Let our attentive waiting staff take care of your evening, serving a delectable range of traditional fare or more contemporary cuisine with an international flavour. Pick up the wine menu, and our expert sommelier can help you select exclusive vintages from our cellars or the finest of New World wines.
For hundreds of years, the kitchen garden has provided much of the food used at Thornbury Castle, and under the enthusiastic skills of head gardener and groundskeeper Daniel and his team, the vegetables, edible flowers and seasonal fruit used by our chefs are just about as fresh and flavoursome as you can get.
History is as infused in the kitchens as it is in the entire castle: Thornbury has a dazzling food heritage, particularly since the ‘70s, where it became the place for international stars such as Sophia Loren and Laurence Olivier to wine and dine in salubrious style. Senior Waiter Pepe Gomes Rivas, now aged 68, tells great tales of the extravagant parties and visiting celebrities, in an era when patron chef Kenneth Bell became the first chef outside of France to earn a Michelin star.
You can be sure to get the best wine and food advice from our Food and Beverage Manager Gary Ayres, who has a passion for customer service, wine and food. Add to that one amazing team of discreet yet attentive waiting staff, and you get a truly high-class dining experience.
**Please note that dining in the dungeon is suitable for parties between six and eight people with a minimum spend on drinks/wines of £300.
**Please note we do only welcome children of the age of 8 and over at Thornbury Castle.
Step back in time into our Tudor castle and enjoy traditional festive dining with our three-course menu.
Available throughout December.
Three course Christmas lunch: £27 per person
Parties over 22 people
Why not have your Christmas office party or family lunch with us? For parties of 22 and over we have the Barons Sitting room or the Tudor Hall.
Three-course lunch: £25 per person.
Call our Events team to reserve your lunch.