Jeremy Clarkson has launched a brand new restaurant at his Diddly Squat Farm near Chipping Norton.
Tables must be booked in groups of 4 and there are various dining experiences to choose from. There is also no set menu.
There is a message from Jeremy on the OpenTable website where you can book which reads;
Before making your booking, you should know it’s small, mostly outdoors and very rustic. Ordering a beer or going to the lavatory isn’t as easy as in your local pub and we don’t cater to the faddy. We’ve done our best to keep you warm and dry, but this is England. On the upside, the view is enormous and almost everything you eat was grown or reared on our farm, so it’s fresh with minimal food miles. There is no menu as such - we simply serve what’s available that day. But worry not, your table will be given a selection of snacks and starters followed by a roast and a pudding. Our bread, made with Hawkstone lager is absolutely brilliant. We even have a tiny VIP room housed in an old shepherd’s hut. This seats four (just) but it is dry and warmer than outside. We will even serve you a complimentary bottle of English sparkling wine. Don’t scoff. It’s very good. This is a restaurant like no other. Apart from one I went to in Croatia once. And which served me the best lunch I’ve ever had.
To book a table at the Diddly Squat Restaurant, visit www.opentable.co.uk/r/diddly-squat-restaurant-chipping-norton
Images via Diddly Squat Farm Shop on Instagram