Diners will enjoy mouth-watering food in a historical setting, with the Tiltyard cafe being situated in the area that the famously tyrannical monarch Henry VIII once used for jousting.
These days diners can enjoy stunning views of the scented gardens which are framed through the cafe's tall French windows. While the interior decor the cafe pays homage to its Tudor roots, it has recently been rejuvenated and now boasts a clean, modern look.
The menu triumphs British food, serving up everything from homemade hot dishes to refreshing drinks, organic ice cream and delicious cakes. Those after more of a hearty offering could go for a beef broth from the coppers, sumptuous roasts and pies from the oven or pan-fried fish from the stove.
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Posted by Samantha Reed