The Little Gloster room bookings




Please be aware that all our food contain various allergens, please ask a member of our team who will happily talk you through a full list of ingredients.
All prices are inclusive of vat @ 20%.
We can cater for all dietary requirements. Please call the restaurant in advance of your reservation should you wish to discuss your menu choices.
Please note that for group bookings of:
x 8 people or more we require credit card details at the time of booking.
x 13 people or more we require credit card details at the time of booking & a choice of one of the following dining options:
1. A La Carte Menu – Pre order of food choices is required – received a minimum of three days in advance of the reservation so the kitchen can prepare and order accordingly.
2. Chefs Sharing Menu (of varying prices from £45-£95pp) – No pre order required. Selection of dishes (shared starter, shared main & choice of three individual desserts) chosen on the day by our chefs and presented down the middle of the table to share. This can be a wonderful way to experience The Little Gloster as everyone gets to try a little something of everything. The sharing menus change with the seasons and availability of local produce. (Minimum x 12 guests).
Should you need to cancel your reservation (of x 8 or more), we just ask that cancellations are received at least 48 hours prior to your booking. Any cancellations later than 48 hours or no shows will be charged £20 per person on the card details provided at the time of booking.

Please note that the table reserved for you will only accommodate the number of guests specified at the time of booking. Any increase to numbers must be advised in advance, as it may not always be possible to accommodate your request unfortunately.

Wine Wine Menu

“a wine should tell you the story of the place it came from” – Jean Claude Berrouet, Chateau Petrus.

Welcome to The Little Gloster’s new wine list – we are offering something a little different.

The wines on our list are predominately sourced from small artisan growers who work sustainably, organically and biodynamically in the vineyard and with minimal intervention in the winery.

We’re talking farming that is labour-intensive (some producers even use horses rather than tractors), while all of the picking and selection is done by hand. Yields are low, too, with grapes coming mostly from old vines. And indigenous yeasts are de rigueur for fermentation.

Several wines on the list are made without the addition of sulphur dioxide and are unfiltered and unrefined. In short, we’ve fallen in love with wine that truly reflects the place from where it originates – from the quirks of the vintage to the personality of the grower.

You may notice the lack of wines from the new world. This isn’t because we don’t like them, but more that they seem to be taking longer to catch up with the old world in adopting more natural practices. Quite romantic that the old are teaching the new some new tricks again.

What do these wines taste like? Delicious, we think. They range from light to medium-bodied, and are fresh and vibrant – but most importantly, these wines are great with our food.

We hope you enjoy them.