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Situated on the historic, 45-acre Hampton Manor estate, Peel’s offers Michelin-starred food to guests in a fresh, warm and inviting setting. In April, Masterchef: The Professionals 2019 winner Stuart Deeley announced that he would be joining the restaurant as a development chef. In light of the restaurant’s reopening, Chamberlink takes a closer look at the award-winning Peel’s, situated in picturesque Hampton-in-Arden.


Breakfast, lunch or dinner… Peel’s Restaurant


Address Hampton Manor, Shadowbrook Lane, Hampton-in-Arden B92 0EN


T: 07866030434 E: reservations@hamptonmanor.com W: hamptonmanor.com


Owners Derrick and Jan Hill


Opening hours Wed-Sat, 18.30-late


Restaurant description Hampton Manor is a historic estate, dedicated to crafting two-night stays for food lovers. At its heart is its kitchen walled garden and Peel’s Restaurant which has held a Michelin star since 2016. The estate formerly belonged to


Sir Robert Peel, founder of the police force and prime minister to Queen Victoria. The restaurant also received


four AA rosettes, AA UK Best Wine List 2019 and the UK Welcome and Service Award from Michelin. Hampton Manor has been listed in the Telegraph’s top 10 UK hotels list of the year.


Menu description Modern British with inspiration taken from our walled garden where we grow pesticide free.


Breakfast/Lunch Peel’s Restaurant doesn’t serve breakfast or lunch for non-residents but the bakery, located in the restaurant’s walled garden, serving brunch and deli lunches, will open


16 CHAMBERLINK June 2021 Dinner Tasting menu: £110


JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE Toasted yeast


CHICKEN LIVER TART Crispy chicken skin, lemon thyme


WILD GARLIC SOUP Pink fir potatoes, cultured cream


WYE VALLEY ASPARAGUS Lardo, morels, Parmesan


SHRIMPS Leek, XO


SPRING LAMB (OR ROASTED GNOCCHI) Purple sprouting, smoked ricotta, onion broth


CHEESE ON TOAST (£10 supplement) Colston Bassett, fruit & walnut toast, grape & apple chutney


YORKSHIRE RHUBARB Almond cake, yoghurt sorbet


CHOCOLATE (£10 supplement) Sherry, vanilla


from 11 June and will be open to non-residents. The restaurant’s head baker is Min Go who was lead baker at Meyer Bageri in Copenhagen, the bakery, set up by Claus Meyer who also set up Noma, winner of the best restaurant in the world, four times.


Dietary options Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are all available.


Wines Winner of the AA Wine List of the Year for the United Kingdom 2019. Peel’s champion small


production winemakers who handcraft wines. Each course of their menu offers wines marked with story and passion.


Private dining and conference facilities The Courtyard is a dramatic space with its own private bar and terrace. It can host up to 60 guests. Package includes arrival drink, canapes, four-course menu from the Michelin Starred team, half a bottle of wine/soft drink per person, still or sparkling water, coffee and sweet treat. £100 per person. Peel’s specialise in curating


overnight ‘food led’ experiences. Hampton Manor has 19 bedrooms available for guests. Each experience is tailored to


your personal requirements with one of the event planners and directors.


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