Dining & cooking
Killerton Kitchen restaurant
Celebrate the new season and enjoy goodies from our changing spring menu. Tuck into fresh locally sourced, home cooked food in beautiful surroundings. Wash lunch down with a glass of our award-winning estate cider or apple juice.
Pop into the café and enjoy a warming drink and a slice of home made cake after a walk, cycle or stroll around the estate. Cosy up next to the wood burner and tuck into tasty snacks in the historical setting of the stable block. Perfect for a casual light lunch with your loved ones.
Dine out evening specials
Wednesday 4 March, from 6.30pm
Join us for the first dine out of the year. Enjoy a delicious midweek feast served in the beautiful Killerton Kitchen restaurant. Try a different home-cooked, locally sourced menu each month.
Booking essential on 01392 881345.
Mother's Day lunch
Sunday 15 March, 12-2.30pm
Spend a relaxing day with mum at Killerton. Make a day of it with a delicious lunch in the Killerton Kitchen restaurant. Two courses: £14.95, three courses: £19.95.
Booking essential on 01392 881345. Normal admission fees apply.
A different loaf
We use home-made bread fresh from our kitchen for our delicious sandwiches and to compliment our warming soups. Grain for the flour is grown at a local farm and ground into flour at our historic water mill at Clyston Mill.
Check our food miles
- Killerton chutney, 0 miles
- Killerton bread, 0 miles
- Killerton honey, 0 miles
- Estate pheasant, 1 mile
- Estate venision, 1 mile
- Burrow farm beef, 3 miles
- Clyston mill flour, 3 miles
- Broadclyst community farm, 3 miles
- Ashclyst farm milk, 4 miles
- Lowerford farm eggs, 7 miles
- Yearlstone wines, 7 miles
A delicious, moist apple cake, with hand-pressed cider to add a little extra spark.
Homity pie is a traditional savoury, vegetarian open pie. It is a good addition to any recipe book.
This steamed pudding is handy for using up left-over mincemeat.