At Donnington Valley we now have two fabulous dining options available.
The HangOut is a unique dining experience – an al fresco dining grill and chill - where you can relax and dine in a safe, outdoors environment. Opening on 12th April 2021 we are taking bookings now.
The 2 AA rosette award winning restaurant is intimate with an informal atmosphere and brings together fine food and wine in a relaxed and contemporary dining room. Our Head Chef, Darren Booker-Wilson, has been hard at work redesigning the menus for the hotel, using fresh, seasonal ingredients to create dishes for you to enjoy.
So if you are looking for a quick bite to eat, a special celebration or just a catch up with friends, Donnington Valley is the perfect place to enjoy good, honest food.
Call us to reserve your table on 01635 551199 or book online below
Please note at the present time we are operating as a cashless business and are only able to accept payment by card.
Six is the magic number
Six for Sunday Lunch
Adhering to the magic number of six, we have put together a Sunday lunch offering you cannot refuse!
- A table of 6 in The HangOut
- 3 courses per person
- Unlimited wine (served for two hours)
£200 including VAT
Breakfast - delivered to your room
Served between 7am – 10am.
From 24th July we will be serving an Express breakfast in your room or to go, whichever you prefer.
This will include fruit juice, yoghurt, fresh fruit and croissant and a hot breakfast item.
Lunch / All day dining
Served in the Bar and Mezzanine 12noon – 10pm
Will be served in the WinePress restaurant 12noon – 3pm
6pm – 8.30pm
Please note: tables are limited due to socially-distanced seating and so must be reserved in advance.
Book a table - The WinePress
Book A Table - The Hangout
Meet our Head Chef
My food is simple with an emphasis on flavour, but people do eat with their eyes so presentation has to be up there. I like creating food that people will enjoy. As well as adding something a bit different with the sharing dishes, the new menu at Donnington Valley has its share of traditional cooking too.
Our 'home from home' section has a selection of classic dishes, like fish and chips, sausage and mash - just good, honest food. I'm fortunate enough to work and live in a county that has so many amazing restaurants and inspirational chefs, with a wealth of fresh, seasonal produce. That's one of the things that I personally find so fantastic about the food in Berkshire - the quality of the ingredients is second to none.
Compliments to the chef!
We particularly liked the facility of a separate area for dinner on the Saturday evening and for breakfast the following morning. The food served for dinner was excellent and many people commented on this - compliments to the chef!