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Astor Grill at Cliveden, Taplow

The more relaxed little sister to the refined André Garrett, The Astor Grill offers delicious American and British classics in Lord Astor's old stable block.

Tally ho it’s off to eat we go. The Astor Grill is the funky, sister restaurant at Cliveden House, located in the charming old stable block, which once housed Lord Astor’s most prized fillies.

Adopting an equestrian theme in its décor, The Astor Grill is full of character offering a simple and informal approach to dining at Cliveden.

The menu is overseen by Executive Chef André Garrett and it focusses on a mixture of classic American and British dishes, many reminiscent of Cliveden’s diverse owners and residents.

The name – The Astor Grill – recalls the Astor family, who owned the house from the early 1900s. William Waldorf Astor, America’s richest citizen, then gave the house to his son and daughter in-law, Nancy Astor, in 1906, and Cliveden became a vibrant social hub for guests as diverse as Charlie Chaplin, George Bernard Shaw and Winston Churchill.

The Astor Grill today is a cosmopolitan venue which is steeped in history, its romantic setting offers all the style and legendary hospitality that Cliveden is famous for, and it is the perfect place to escape and enjoy a late brunch, early lunch, or a relaxed supper.

Cliveden House, Clivedon Road, Taplow, Berkshire SL6 0JF

01628 668561

Opening hoursMonday: Lunch 2pm - 4.30pm / Dinner 6pm - 10pm
Tuesday: Lunch 2pm - 4.30pm / Dinner 6pm - 10pm
Wednesday: Lunch 2pm - 4.30pm / Dinner 6pm - 10pm
Thursday: Lunch 2pm - 4.30pm / Dinner 6pm - 10pm
Friday: Lunch 2pm - 4.30pm / Dinner 6pm - 10pm
Saturday: Lunch 2pm - 4.30pm / Dinner 6pm - 10pm
Sunday: Lunch 2pm - 4.30pm / Dinner 6pm - 10pm

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