Our Restaurant Menu is available 6.30pm - 9.00pm daily

Sample Restaurant Menu
The Talbot is run and managed by Annie and her team.

A unique style has developed; Annie is firmly rooted in the traditions and seasonal produce of the Teme Valley, and strongly believes that anything that cannot be produced on the premises should come from a known local source e.g. hams, bacon, sausages and cheese.

We believe food should have an identifiable character, be distinctive and prepared with thought for both the ingredients and the customer. 

We produce and make our own preserves, breads, black pudding and raised pies. We grow 'chemical free' vegetables and herbs and brew beer on the premises; mixed and green salads also come from our own garden. We glean and gather wild food from the fields and hedgerows around us and buy in no processed food. This is labour intensive and means high costs, but we think the results are worth it.The only exception to our 'local' rule is fish - we have fresh deliveries from Cornwall and Wales regularly. 

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The Shoot Room is available for private dining.

It is ideal for a range of functions from weddings and family get togethers to corporate dinners.

The Shoot Room will seat up to 20 on one table and a maximum of 38 on smaller tables.

We can tailor menus to your individual requirements.

Please telephone to check availability and to discuss your event further
The Garden Room
The garden room can be used for private dinners, wedding etc, with menus tailored to individual occasions.
Suppliers to The Talbot of local produce include:
Anstey's of Worcester
Lightwood Cheese, Cotheridge
Duck & Guinea Fowl Eggs:

Alan Bayliss, Tewksbury 
Lulsley Shoot
Rabbits & Pigeon: 
D. Fowles, Lulsley
M Cook, Lulsley
Knightwick Butchers
Rob Harvard, Phepson Farm, Droitwich
Richard Jones, Quarry Farm, Leominster
Goodmans, Great Witley
Berrow Honey, Martley
Soft Fruit: Lewis, Yearsett, Suckley

Teme Valley Brewery, Knightwick
Hobsons Brewery, CleoburyMortimer
We are also supplied by a large number of local people with "surplus from their garden" - Thank you!
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