Hampton Manor is the home to Michelin Starred Peel’s restaurant. We’ve reimagined country house dining to bring you a unique experience free of fuss and formality. Our tasting menus are inspired by our Victorian walled garden and paired with wines from our award winning list.
THE MAIN EVENT
The Manor’s original dining room hosted its first feast back in 1855. Today it has been lovingly restored to create a rare combination of historic features and modern design that make it the perfect setting to cherish precious time together. We bring to the table the best from this island’s farms and fishermen.
7 Course Menu £115 Wine Flight £70.
4 course Menu (Wed-Thurs only) £85
Allow 2-3 hours for the experience.
THE WINE LIST
Winner of the AA Wine List of the Year for the United Kingdom 2019
We champion small production winemakers who handcraft wines. Each course of our menu offers wines marked with story and passion. Good soil makes for great wine which is why organic and biodynamic winemakers take centre stage on our list. We’re also proud to introduce you to the pioneering wine makers of England and Wales.
THE TASTING ROOM
Our most sought after table in the house brings you into the heart of the action offering a night of theatre. An opportunity to see our chefs at work from the comfort of your own private dining room. Reservations for 4-8 guests. Begin the night in the kitchen over welcome drinks as the Chef’s are introduced and your snacks are built in front of you. Follow on with an 8 Course menu at the table with a view!
The evening always begins at 6pm only to allow for your kitchen tour and introduction to the chefs.
Allow 3-4 hours for the experience.
£165pp including arrival drinks, 8 courses and your exclusive room with a view. 4-8 guests.
The tasting room can’t accommodate vegan requirements or dairy allergies due to the nature of the menu.
THE KITCHEN GARDEN
The Manor’s walled garden was completed in 1891. Designed by Thomas Mawson, the first President of the Landscape Institute, it marked a way of life that had flourished in the Victorian Era. We let the garden to plate philosophy shape the way we develop our menus.
Our chefs are homegrown. Peel’s Restaurant’s Head Chef Monty Stonehewer came to us an apprentice and has been with us ever since, steadily working his way up the ranks. Still in his mid twenties, we reckon he may be one of the youngest chefs in the UK to hold a Michelin star. His youthful creativity brings a playful note to the indulgent dishes that celebrate the best of British nostalgia as it meets modern cooking.