Review on Berties

Opened in 1995 in a delightful old 'character' building and named after the P.G. Woodhouse character Bertie Wooster, this is a much-liked restaurant-with-rooms jazzed up with brightly coloured original paintings.

At lunchtime the mood in the restaurant is casual, while in the evening linen napkins and candles create a more intimate atmosphere. Menus change monthly and there's a touch of nostalgia about some dishes such as black pudding, sage and onion faggots or fishcakes with herb and tomato sauce, although the kitchen is also firmly in tune with the times.

Local game might appear in the shape of pan-fried pigeon breasts with celeriac rémoulade and homemade prune jam or saddle of local hare wrapped in Parma ham, with tarragon stuffing and pearl barley broth. Seafood also gets a fair outing (fresh tuna is served with aubergine caviar, linguine and fennel confit, for example), while desserts might include marshmallow and Baileys crème brûlée with cinnamon shortbread. Also check out the selection of locally produced cheeses.

A lovely secret garden has recently been opened: perfect for those summer lunch parties!

Berties is also featured in: Good Food Guide, AA Guide

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Modern British / Mediterranean


David Heyward

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm Mon-Sat
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.30pm Mon-Sat

Accepted credit cards

Visa, Master Card

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Facilities at Berties

  • Alfresco dining
  • Private dining room
  • Private parties
  • 100 covers


Accomodation is available, (9 rooms)


Private parking is possible at a location nearby


80 The Hundred
SO51 8BX

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Berties Christmas Menu

Restaurant menus often vary from day to day, so the above should be treated as examples of what to expect in terms of cuisine and price.

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