All the food served at The Montagu Arms' restaurant has been grown in the on-site organic garden, or is sourced from the New Forest, the wider Hampshire area and Dorset.
Where is The Terrace at The Montagu Arms located?
The Terrace restaurant is located within the hotel with floor-to-ceiling picture windows open onto a timeless English country garden, where blousy tea roses and scrambling honeysuckle scent the air with heady fragrance, and tiny birds flit between leafy branches.
What cuisine is on offer at The Terrace at The Montagu Arms?
The natural larder that is available on the doorstep is what inspires the seasonal menus at The Terrace.
What is the signature dish at The Terrace at The Montagu Arms?
The signature dish at The Terrace at The Montagu Arms is the Smoked Partridge - a must try when visiting.
What makes a meal at The Terrace at The Montagu Arms unique?
All dishes are showcased ultimately on the plate with spectacular produce straight from the restaurant's organic kitchen garden, from across The New Forest and from the neighbouring coastal counties of Hampshire and Dorset.
The very best seasonal, regional produce sourced with passion, crafted with care and served exquisitely.
The Terrace Restaurant at The Montagu Arms Hotel has three AA Rosettes and is run by NEW Head Chef Matthew Whitfield who recently returned to the UK from one of the world's top restaurants. Working under renowned chef Daniel Humm at Eleven Madison Park, Matthew has extensive experience at a succession of Michelin-starred restaurants. His style of cooking is modern and refined using the best of the New Forest and the hotel's home-grown produce to create dishes that take local provenance really seriously. Matthew's food engages all the senses, bringing a sense of theatre to the table with dishes such as smoked partridge - served under a cloche, the smell of gorse burning in the New Forest drifts into the air engaging the diner within an age-old practice integral to the national park.