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Tollgate Inn
Church Street

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Situated in the idyllic Cotswold village of Kingham, the Tollgate Inn & Restaurant offers guests something a little different from the norm.
A Grade II listed Georgian farmhouse dating back to 1720 and built from characteristic Cotswold stone, The Tollgate Inn & Restaurant has been lovingly restored to provide a complete home-from-home amongst some of the most beautiful and historic countryside in Britain.
The huge Inglenook fireplaces in both the bar and lounge offer a warm and welcoming reception all year round, whilst a delightfully relaxed and informal atmosphere fills every room.
The Tollgate Inn & Restaurant has been designed and managed with one clear objective - your enjoyment. From the traditional flagstone and honey coloured floors through to the beamed ceilings, The Tollgate is a place you can really make yourself comfortable.


Ratings/Awards: Egon Ronay's 2006 Guide

Price per Person

Double: From £50
Twin: From £50
Four Poster: £50
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms

Sample Menu:

To Start

Homemade Soup of the day served with Bread Roll & Butter £3-50

Char grilled Pigeon Breasts wrapped in Bacon and served with slow cooked Onions, Black Pudding and a Thyme and Port Jus £5-50

Grilled Goats Cheese marinated with Olive Oil and Rosemary served en-croute with Dressed Leaves and Sweet Chilli Sauce £5-00

Pan-fried Tiger Prawns with Garlic, Chilli, Lime and Coriander Butter and a Salad Garnish £6-00

Wild Mushroom and Spinach Pate with Red Onion Chutney and Toasted Home made Walnut Bread £5-00

Mature Cheddar Cheese and Chive Choux Pastry Fritters served with Tomato Salsa £5-00
Main Course

Char grilled Fillet of Hereford Beef served with Shallot Tarte Tatin, Spinach and Roasted Cherry Tomatoes, with a choice of Wild Mushroom or Black Pepper Sauce £16-50

Tagine: Moroccan style Vegetable Curry cooked with a blend of Aromatic Spices and Fruits. Served with Herb Cous Cous £9-00

Herb and Olive crusted Salmon Fillet served on Red Pesto Tagliatelle with a Tapenade dressing and Basil Oil £11-50

Pot-roasted Belly of Gloucester Old Spot Pork served with sautéed Spring Onion Mash, Spiced Apples, Black Pudding and a Gooseberry Jus £12-50

Seared Blue Fin Tuna Loin Steak served with Sweet Pepper and Butterbean Ragout, pan-fried Chorizo and a Red Pepper Aioli £12-50

Chicken Breast pan roasted in a Thyme and Garlic Butter served with Roasted Root Vegetables and a Red Wine Sauce £11-00

Home Made Bread and Butter Pudding with Vanilla Custard £5-50

Pistachio Parfait served with Dark Chocolate Sauce and White Chocolate Mousse £5-50

Pear and Almond Frangipane served with Blueberry and Crème Fraiche Ice Cream £5-50

Home Made Ginger & Apple Pudding with Vanilla Custard £5-50

A Selection of Luxury Ice Cream or Sorbets £5-00

Selection of European Cheeses served with Biscuits, Grapes, Celery and Red Onion Chutney £6-50
To Follow

Cafetiere of Coffee (Decaffeinated available)

Or Cappuccino, Café Latte, Espresso

Selection of Traditional, Herbal and Fruit Teas from £1-75

Speciality Liqueur Coffees from £3-75

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