Monday - Saturday: 12pm -9pm
Sunday: 12pm -6pm
I'm sad to say that the food did not match the venue. I couldn't eat my starter as the soup was like wall paper paste and wasn't seasoned well. The tart for my main was really nice but not filling, I would have been disappointed if I had to pay full price as we had the set menu. My dessert was awful, I had the peanut butter cheesecake. I have never had to chew on a cheesecake so much.
The waitress was sweet however we were not attended to much and had to order extra food and drinks ourselves at the bar, which was not acceptable. Neither were we greeted and shown to our seats. We were basically left to our own devices even though there were enough staff and it wasn't particularly busy.
I doubt I would ever dine the again, which is a real shame as it is local to me and the venue is beautiful, I must admit that I haven't been so disappointed due to value for money and quality of the food in a very long time. I don't know how they can justify charging such exorbitant prices for such bad food.
Afternoon Tea for Birthday
Toddlers chicken was pink undercooked , soup was tasteless the sunday roast was very poor and not at all value for money
Enjoyed our meal although thought menu had a little more choice when I looked on line but never less had a nice meal
Well you've asked me to write a review. Where can I begin? There aren't many restaurants that would leave me hospitalised! I went to the Tudor Barn with my husband, daughter her partner and my 4 year old grandson to celebrate his birthday. We all ordered burgers. My husband found a metal wire in his meal and complained. The staff were clearly concerned and offered a refund. That was too late for me as I'd already taken several mouthfuls of mine and was finding it difficult to swallow. Later that evening I became more and more uncomfortable and went to A&E. An X-ray revealed an obstruction and I was admitted. The next day I had an operation to remove a 3cm piece of wire that was stuck in my throat that had been inside the burger. I was discharged the next day with a very sore throat. It could have been way worse and I'm so glad that t wasn't my grandson who suffered. One meal with a foreign body in is bad luck but two?? It does make me wonder who else might have experienced the same problem. Needless to say this has been reported to Environmental Health and we won't be eating there again.
We had afternoon tea, which was lovely, waitress was brilliant, service was great, no complaints, very enjoyable afternoon, would highly recommend
As there was an event on we weren't allowed to sit in the garden. Nevertheless the staff more than made up for this disappointment.
On our visit during half term, two friends and I were celebrating our belated birthdays with an annual afternoon tea. We like to try new places to have tea so this was our first visit. It was very quiet inside and out. The decor was well suited to the establishment; it was clean and comfortable where we sat inside. It was just a shame about the service and it seemed the ladies who were serving that day had a problem with another table so were already a little flustered when we arrived. This may be the reason we were mostly forgotten about during our time there unfortunately. We hungry three had to get up to track down our tea and drinks. Pleasant environment, but the experience and distance means I probably won’t venture there again unfortunately.
Meet friend for lunch , fantastic friendly service , I had the steak sandwich which was gorgeous! Will definitely be going back soon .
Service far too slow
Quality of food expensive for what it is
Went for a Sunday roast, which was 'nice' but nothing that would make me go back quickly im afraid. Overpriced as their wasnt much on the plate.
Nice atmosphere, especially on a sunny day where you can sit outside.
Good service by the staff.
Very nice and a big garden area lovely views and inside is beautifully set out
We have used this restaurant many a time, my husband booked it for our anniversary so we were very disappointed to find that the a le carte menu have been removed since we had booked our meal ( we had told them it was our anniversary) the main restaurant was not even open . When we ask questions them about this they said it the menu had changed this week . So we decided to go somewhere else. Hope someone will get in touch with us as we’ve been eaten here many a time..
Staff lovely food bad had a really bad tummy that night n way to over priced for what we got .
Nice venue . Portion size to small . No parking so needs to be walking distance . On arrival wasn’t busy but took time to get drink and be seated . Waitress was pleasant
I found Tudor Barn, whilst looking for a lunch venue near Eltham Palace which we were
going to visit. ( We found out later, it is closed on a Saturday.) It is a wonderful use of an Historic
Building in a pretty location with mote in a park. Initially, it semmed a little chaotic as there was a big queue at the bar where we had to book in and it seemed that a table hadn't been reserved for us, however all was redeemed when we were led out on to the terrace and then
recieved excellent service throughout. The food as stated, was very good indeed.
Many thanks indeed, we shall be back.
Although it was busy due to the warm weather the staff were attentive and the afternoon tea was fantastic in both appearance and taste
Good food served in pleasant surroundings with excellent service. A great evening was had by all. We have visited many times and will be back.
I meet with 3 friends for afternoon tea. The staff were very friendly & attentive. The place was beautiful & clean. The food was perfect & great value. Will go again.
Our only gripe was the fact it took 1.5 hours to get our afternoon tea and when we did get it, half the scones were burnt which was a shame. Considering the price it was good value for money. We will return but probably just for lunch. I'm sure the afternoon teas are normally spot on - it just went a bit pear shaped for us! I love the venue - a little gem where you wouldn't expect it!
Lovely venue, great service, friendly staff and lovely food. Recommend. I booked our table, no problems, however, when we arrived, we were advised that we had to leave the restaurant by 14.00, table booked for 12.30 as there was a wedding reception from 14.00 onwards, that wasn’t made clear on the booking, so we missed out on dessert, otherwise, lovely visit, cut short though.
Really good value for money and really great service. Thank you.
Booked afternoon tea online but was told that the afternoon tea information had not been passed to the chef to prepare. Apparently I should have written afternoon tea in an options box but this seems rather unintuitive I was told that I couldn't have the afternoon tea as there wasn't enough food prepared. I was then informed that I would have to order from the main menu but 5 minutes later the manager returned to say that in fact there was enough afternoon food. The crockery was very mismatched and they didn't provide spoons to stir the tea. The food however was good but the service could have been much better.
Good for everyday dining. Limited choice of real ale.
Afternoon tea - very good value -lovely fresh food and Amazing service.
We had afternoon tea and the food and staff could not be faulted. Would definitely go again.
Cosy little oasis, good food, friendly staff and a variety of events.
Had a fantastic breakfast... service was spot on and great value. Will definately be back soon.
My roast beef was not particularly good, although girlfriend's roast pork was very tasty. Enjoyed the music. Certainly prefer my summer visits to Tudor Barn with the Sunday Music outside. That is terrifically entertaining
A lovely afternoon plenty tea provided would have liked more choice in sandwiches but very warm and welcoming
It was my first time here. Service was very good, polite and friendly. Beautiful barn and afternoon tea was delicious. Will come back again and definitely recommend to friends and family.
Very basic borderline boring menu. Food cooked ok but very uninspiring overall. Dressed smart casual for an anniversary meal could’ve worn tracksuit. Bar with a curtain drawn across it to separate a few table to eat on from drinking punters. Really poor
My husband and I have enjoyed eating at Tudor Barn on several occasions in the past. Unfortunately this was not the case this time. We arrived early, and were told we could be seated straight away, so we agreed and went to our table. We then waited quite a long time before our waiter was free to bring us menus. We then waited a very long time for the food to arrive, and when it did, nothing about the meal was up to the standard we had been used to from Tudor Barn. Roast pork was a little dry and flavourless, crackling was very salty and rock hard, roast potatoes were dry and hard, as if they had been left in a low oven for hours. We had chosen to have Sunday lunch at the Tudor Barn after looking online and seeing roast lamb on the menu, which is a rare find! There was no lamb on the menu. The setting is lovely but the food was poor.
Good afternoon tea deal, lovely location and service, and excellent quality of a la carte food. The afternoon tea itself could have been better quality but overall the atmosphere and quality of everything else we ordered definitely convinced me to come back a la carte.
We had the afternoon tea, and the sandwiches were fresh and very nice, scones we lovely too. I would highly recommend. Our waitress was lovely and friendly
Booked in for afternoon tea which I have always wanted to do so was looking forward to it. Unfortunately it was such a let down! Not only were we waiting for half an hour for some sandwiches, but when we finally got our food it was poor. Only a very small selection of things , burnt pastries and scones. The only good thing about the whole meal was the unlimited tea and coffee! Definitely NOT worth the 20 pounds I paid and that was with a 10 pound off voucher! DEFINITELY WOULD NOT RECOMMEND!
Love this restaurant. Best Sunday roast. Good selection of food,bar snacks, lunches, romantic meals. Outdoor seating in an idyllic setting. Nice looks and fab service. Cannot fsukt it
We waited 45 minutes for our starters which did not all come together. It was at this point we were told that the soup, which one of the party ordered, was not broccoli but was white onion - a rather different proposition. It seems the delay and soup mistaken identity was due to a miscommunication in the kitchen. I find no fault with the waiting staff who were friendly and as efficient as the kitchen service allowsed. When the food arrived it was all fine but we have eaten here many times and unfortunately the quality of service does seem to vary according to who is on duty on the day.
The lady who served us was excellent. She said she was a carer for her own mother and looked after our 87 year old mother with warmth, kindness and humour. The haddock and chips were also cooked to perfection. Just a pity they didn't have mushy peas which would have made it complete.
Have not been to eat here for a while. Disappointing. Food was ok but not piping hot, no stuffing with the Sunday roast. Could have done with a little more gravy, but at that point not worth asking for more.
Compared to other places that offer Sunday lunch, the price was a little steep, but would not have minded that if it had measured up to other venues with the food. Lovely venue, and pleasantly quiet so one could hold a conversation. Vegetables freshly prepared and well cooked. Service and staff excellent.Last ate here a few years ago and really enjoyed the food. Have enjoyed tea/ coffee here with friends also. Would be reluctant to try here for Sunday lunch again.