The Bottle Kiln

The Bottle Kiln


0.5 miles
High Lane West, West Hallam, DE7 6HP

Situated between Derby and Nottingham in the village of West Hallam, The Bottle Kiln takes its name from the eye-catching local landmark which sits at its centre. A former pottery with a rare bottle-necked kiln, the site was bought in 1983 by local artist Charles Stone and his wife Celia and was developed into a distinctive destination for fresh food and desirable objects. Now run by son Nic, it has grown into one of the area’s most popular and well-regarded venues for eating and shopping. The shop plays host to a wide range of gift and lifestyle products, from cards and homeware to jewellery and clothing, while the café specialises in lunchtime fare but is also known for serving brunch, tea, cakes and the special Bottle Kiln afternoon tea. The lunchtime menu includes quiches, pies, salads and soups, but daily specials might include dishes such as Moroccan chicken with rocket, toasted almonds and mint yoghurt, or oven-roasted salmon fillet on a bed of Asian noodles with chilli and

ginger dressing.

On warm days, the Japanese-inspired tranquil garden is a delightful space to dine, as is the new summer bar serving cocktails and ice cream sundaes. The Bottle Kiln is also renowned for its excellent coffee and wide range of drinks including wine and gin. A family-run business for over thirty years, The Bottle Kiln offers an ever-friendly welcome.

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