Dew Pond

Dew Pond

British

0.5 miles
Old Burghclere, Newbury, RG20 9LH
The stunning Dew Pond in Old Burghclere lies just off the A34 (which runs from the Midlands, through Newbury and on to Winchester and the M3), some six miles south of Newbury, and has been run by friendly proprietors Keith and Julie Marshall since 1989. The restaurant dates back to the 16th Century and was originally a pair of drovers' cottages, with original oak beams and unrivalled rural views across the pond to Watership Down and Highclere Castle - where BBC drama Downton Abbey was filmed.

The exquisite menu is predominantly French in style and based on the team's consummate culinary experience and unique cooking techniques. The unifying feature is excellent ingredients, which are carefully chosen and, wherever possible, locally sourced. Fortunately, the Dew Pond has excellent suppliers who provide wild game, farmhouse cheeses, correctly hung Scottish beef and daily deliveries of fresh fish from Brixham. Popular dishes include fillet of aged beef and saddle of local roe deer.

Keith and Julie have unquestionably created a relaxed setting in which to dine, with friendly yet professional service. There are 12 tables seating up to 45 guests, laid with good-quality linen, china and glassware. Functions, such as weddings, can be arranged for up to 50 (lunch and dinner).
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Opening Hours:
Tues:7pm-9.30pm
Weds:7pm-9.30pm
Thurs:7pm-9.30pm
Fri:7pm-9.30pm
Sat:7pm-9.30pm

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