Amberley Castle has a long held reputation for delivering outstanding cuisine.
Enjoyed on the first floor of the castle in either the magnificent Queen's Room, with its barrel-vaulted ceiling dating back to the 12th century and open fire or The Great Room, built in 1165 by Bishop Luffa of Chichester, a fine example of Norman architecture with its high lancet windows, open fireplace, oak flooring, tapestry and suits of armour.
The dress code for the dining room is smart casual, with no shorts or trainers.
Wednesday - Sunday
Dinner 7.00pm - 9.00pm
Afternoon Tea 12.30pm - 4.30pm
Children are welcome to join us in the restaurant until 8.00pm, with last orders being placed by 7.00pm. As well as The Garden Menu for V.I.L.P (very important little people) smaller portions can be enjoyed from any of our 'grown up' menus.