My friend took me to the Organic Garden this weekend for lunch. Fantastic food, and a wonderful fresh food shop. An amazing place tucked away, right off the beaten track in the Shire. Don't go there, I want to keep it all to myself!
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If they had had more than one option on the menu for Vegetarians then I would have give this place an excellent rating. Being new to the area I had no real idea what to expect when i took some visitors to this place. It's...More
Just had the most tasty lunch in a long time. All fresh produce, and cooked with real skill and knowledge of seasonality. Beautiful and tranquil setting, in amongst flowers, orchard and market garden. This place is a real gem.
This is a rustic experience . Old garden buildings are made use of for the kitchen and a few inside tables ( there is a conservatory section as well) and on a dry day there are more outside. But it fills up quickly and disappointment...More
Worton Organic Garden cage and shop Four of us ate here on a November Saturday lunchtime. Really good food in this very interesting cafe, nice bowl of celeriac, apple and sage soup with crushed walnuts and sourdough bread, plus desserts of honey & walnut tart...More
I'm afraid that my experience was similar to some others I've seen. Having phoned ahead and asked whether we could book a table, we were told we couldn't, and to just turn up for a warm welcome and some lovely food. So far so promising....More
Arrived at about one minute after two to be met by a very rude and abrupt comment along the lines of 'you don't want lunch do you?' 'erm, yes please' Reply: 'Well lunch finished at 2', before flouncing off. We then bought something in the...More
For some reason, this review was removed on the basis that it is not based on my actual experience -- but this is incorrect, it is. So I am re-submitting it. Originally posted on 10th July: I have been to this cafe a couple of...More
My mother, two of her friends, my sister and I spent a wonderful couple of hours in the Worton Organic Gardens today. Earl Grey Tea in a bergamot coloured china pot, English breakfast tea in a white china pot, meringues, strawberries, passion fruit tart all...More
The first Sunday in May is when we traditionally celebrate Mother’s Day in Hungary, so last Sunday I took my disabled 77-year-old mother, who is Hungarian, to the Worton Organic Garden near Cassington. I was hoping that the vegetable garden and nature would lift my...More