In the gentile honey-stoned surroundings of the Cotswolds, this impressive three Rosette pub and hotel has earned a notable reputation for its quality food as much as its elegant countrified ambience. The Kingham Plough offers beautifully renovated and welcoming communal areas including adjoining dining rooms, a private room and a traditional bar furnished with country antique pieces, upholstered in stylish prints, unique vintage finds from the local areas and on the walls, original photographs, sketches and prints by renowned 20th-century artists.
Where is The Kingham Plough located?
The Kingham Plow is situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Kingham in Evenlode Valley in the Cotswolds Area of Exceptional Natural Beauty, close to Chipping Norton in the west of Oxfordshire.
What cuisine is on offer at The Kingham Plough?
Chef/proprietor Emily Watkins (formerly sous chef at The Fat Duck) is known to change the menu mid-service to accommodate regular deliveries from local foragers, fruit farms, smallholdings and game estates. Her skill and innovation starts with bar snacks such as scotched quail's eggs and hand-raised pork pie. It is even more evident in the restaurant with a tempting menu containing the likes of Cornbury Park Venison Wellington served with Daylesford Pumpkins & Braised Red Cabbage followed by Emily's modern take on classic puddings such as Guernsey & Jersey Milk, Borage Honey Jelly with Berries & Wood Sorrel and Honeycomb. The menu also features an impressive catalogue of local cheeses and homemade ice creams.
What makes a meal at The Kingham Plough unique?
The Kingham Plough was made famous by Chef Patron and Great British Menu winner, Emily Watkins and Matt & Katie continue their legacy of championing the very best fresh, local, seasonal ingredients.