A message to our customers and friends

Restaurant

‘it doesn’t put a foot wrong’ Jay Rayner – The Observer. Click HERE to read the full review.

Housed in a converted 400 year old barn, the Leaping Hare restaurant, has been in the Good Food Guide for 25 consecutive years, as well as being a Bib Gourmand in the Michelin Guide for 21 years. We serve a blend of modern and traditional European dishes, made with thoughtfully sourced ingredients.

 

Food and Restaurant photos by Chris Ridley.

Restaurant Menu

The Leaping Hare Vineyard Restaurant

Café

Wyken Cafe boasts the same quality of food and service as our restaurant and serves breakfasts and lunches daily. Offering a slightly lighter option, it can provide the perfect accompaniment to a walk around our gardens.

Café Menu

Make a booking for our Restaurant


Use our online tool to easily reserve a table at the Leaping Hare Restaurant. Unfortunately, we are unable to take bookings for our Café.

Book a Table

For parties of 7 or more, please call 01359 250287

When making a booking online, if you cannot see your desired time, please call us and we’ll do everything we can to accommodate you as close as possible to your preferred time.

With a heavy heart we have now closed The Leaping Hare at Wyken Vineyards. This is a temporary closure due to Covid-19. The gardens will be open free of charge from 1st April from 2pm to 5pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Restaurant

Closed until further notice.

Café

Closed until further notice.

Please call 01359 250 287 to book the restaurant.

Please note: The largest party we can accommodate in the Restaurant is 8 people.

Wyken Vineyard

Our Wines

Planted in 1988 on a south facing slope that was the site of a Roman vineyard, our vines thrive in a terroir of sandy loam over chalk. Past awards include ‘East Anglian Wine Of The Year’ and ‘English Wine Of The Year’ for our Wyken Bacchus.

See Our Wines

Quality Food

Sourced Locally

We try to source all of our ingredients as locally as possible. As much as possible comes from within a five mile radius: lamb and beef from neighbouring farms; venison, pheasant and partridge from the Wyken estate. We grow many of our vegtables and herbs in our kitchen garden. We also source from Phillip of Moyns Park Organics, and from our Farmer’s Market held here at Wyken each Saturday from 9am to 1pm.

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