Woodfire is a lovely little pizzeria & Italian restaurant that delights customers in Stockbridge. You can spot the colourful furniture peeking through the sleek and modern grey exterior.Woodfire is inspired by flavours of Italy which is carried through with the Woodfired pizzas, sharing plates and a whole host of other utterly delicious dishes. Woodfire serves Sunday brunch, pizza, pasta, soups, salads and panini. Just some of the mouth-watering dishes include slow cooked duck ragu, pizza Italia with fresh rocket & Italian prosciutto, hand rolled gnocchi in tomato butter & four cheese pizza.We look forward to welcoming you to Woodfire soon.
At The Peat Spade the first thing we make sure we get right when preparing our food is the ingredients. Our chefs have a passion for food and a genuine desire to work with local and regional family-firm suppliers to source the very best and freshest produce. We liaise with the producers regularly to make sure we can always take advantage of seasonal crops and the very best cuts of meat all year round. That’s why, as well as our fabulous regular menus, it’s always worth checking our specials boards where these seasonal highlights take pride of place.
Clos du Marquis is in the premises of an Inn dating back to the 18 century, which was converted into a restaurant few years ago. The story goes that drovers from Wales used to stop at night with their sheep on the way to London via Southampton to sell some of their cattle to the Royal Navy. They used to leave small coins with the inn keeper to provide food for the hungry sheepdogs who had to trot back on their return to the farms, the same way they came, the drovers having sold their ponies at the market. One can see inside the restaurant a 310 ft deep well which had to be deepened over the years as the water table was lowering. The water is still pumped from this ancient well.