The Bicton Restaurant provides visitors with a wide range of options, from light snacks to full meals, and a daily specials board with a variety of delicious hearty meals. If you have any special dietary requirements please let a member of staff know and we will do our best to advise you with your choice, from our menu.
The Italian garden and classically styled Temple Orangery harmonise so well that it is difficult to believe they were not developed at the same time. In fact some 70 years elapsed between the creation of the garden and completion of the building in the early 19th century. Orangeries were used to provide frost protection for container-grown citrus trees and palms, which were placed outside in the summer. The bicton building, which now makes an impressive setting for the Orangery Restaurant, has two stately rooms separated by a central loggia with an open colonnade. It has to be one of the most unique and spectacular settings around to enjoy a delicious bite to eat.