Review on Lambs of Sheep Street
One of Stratford's best-known restaurants occupies one of the most venerable buildings in town - an early sixteenth-century, timbered-framed gem that probably dates back to the reign of Henry VIII. Over the centuries it has served as a milliner's shop, glaziers and tearoom, and it still sports a striking overhanging window plus traces of original wattle-and-daub.
The current owners have built up a strong local reputation for their bistro-style European food, and it's worth looking out for their fish specials (wild sea bass with potato cake, cauliflower purée and caviar velouté, for example). Otherwise, the regularly changing menu might open with - say - crispy duck and watercress salad or grilled goats' cheese with horseradish and beetroot. After that, expect anything from rack of Cornish lamb with green beans and dauphinoise potatoes to roast Gressingham duck with creamed cabbage, Puy lentils and red wine sauce. To finish, try lemon tart, sticky toffee pudding or Paxton & Whitfield cheeses with quince jelly.
Lambs of Sheep Street is also featured in: Michelin Guide, Hardens, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm Wed-Sun
Dinner: 5.00 - 9.00pm (9.30pm Sat (6.00 - 9.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card