Review added 18/09/2014 07:49 by anonI went to Cliveden for tea to celebrate a birthday with school friends, having been a number of times before. It was very disappointing. The tea was very average for the price and location. I have had better teas at a fraction of the £40 we paid (including added service charge). Nothing was exciting at all. I normally adore cakes but didn't want to try one. Two of us who go often didn't wish to say anything as the other two friends have never been before and this was a big treat. I will not be going again for tea. I also found the supercilious attitude of some staff very annoying. They treated a group of middle-aged women with less attention than those accompanied by men. BIG mistake! However, this was not the case with all those who looked after us, some tried extremely hard to please, which was appreciated.
Review added 24/07/2014 14:51 by lizzykHad a special lunch at Cliveden recently and it was fantastic. The dining room has been refurbished and is lovely. A three course meal with an amuse bouche is £28 for a weekday lunch, which I thought was really good value. They have a new chef who used to have a Michelin star and he is hoping to get one for Cliveden now.
Review added 17/07/2012 22:02 by MlontyHad a meal here . Wellcooked tasty good welcome very friendly. Definitely worth another visit.If he continues is this way he will do good xx
Review added 17/09/2011 11:20 by Christine JannettaClivedon's Special lunch menu is not only excellent value for money but also a fantastic experience as guests are treated with the utmost respect and courtesy from arrival to departure.
Review added 20/04/2010 18:10 by LizzyKHad a delightful lunch at Cliveden today. OK, I didn't actually pay and it is a touch pricier than your normal pub. The basic cost for a three course meal is £38, however it really was out of this world. The food, the service and the lovely view from the dining room makes it a very special experience.