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The Granary Restaurant

Weston Park, Weston-under-Lizard Nr Shifnal Shropshire TF11 8LE
01952852107 01952852107

The Granary Restaurant at Weston Park

The Granary Restaurant, located in the Granary at Weston Park, is home to delicious homemade dishes inspired by the seasons and driven by harvest from the Walled Garden.

From light lunches, delicious dinners and special occasion dining, the Granary Restaurant offers creative dishes that are created by our award-winning Head Chef, Anna Jones, and her talented team.

Weston’s ‘estate to plate’ ethos stands central to all the dishes created by our chefs, using produce that comes from the Walled Garden and heritage orchards. The produce is handpicked daily by Weston’s gardeners and delivered to the Granary kitchen every single day.

Menus reflect the changing seasons from local asparagus and spring lamb to estate reared venison and warm apple crumble.  There are crowd pleasers aplenty including the Weston Burger and a traditional Sunday roast with vegetables straight from the Walled Garden.


  • Bar/Licensed
  • Non smoking establishment
  • On site parking
  • Disabled Access
  • Disabled Parking
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Guide Dogs Permitted
  • Lift
  • Restaurant
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