Open for breakfast, coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner every day.
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
- Families and Children Welcome
About 1919 Restaurant & Bar
1919 is a two AA Rosette award winning restaurant named after the year The Cottage in the Wood started its commercial life as tea rooms.
With panoramic Cotswolds views and fantastic flavours 1919 is the destination restaurant in Malvern.
Serving delicious modern British cuisine ranging from light, healthier dishes to more indulgent meals to suit all tastes and appetites.
Influenced by the forest and coast, with the emphasis squarely on fresh, clean flavours.
Our menu changes frequently to ensure we reap the benefits of local and seasonal produce so you can be certain you will always find something new and exciting to choose from.
Afternoon Tea is served daily 15.00-17.00
My husband and I dined here as part of a Dinner Bed and Breakfast offer. We had a wonderful dinner - the food tasted sublime - fabulous ingredients, prepared imaginatively and cooked to perfection. Breakfast was also very good and set us up very well for the rest of the day. The service was very good, and personal to - I showed up with a stinking cold that had just come on, and was promptly offered a hot lemon and honey drink within a minute of arriving. We each had a G&T before dinner, and my husband had a glass of Malbec with dinner that he enjoyed very much. We definitely anticipate a repeat visit.
Excellent food and wine, tasty and good proportions. Lovely atmosphere and excellent service. Chairs too low for the tables which made it difficult to relax when eating, but otherwise a great experience.
Excellent food and service!
Wonderful views, charming service, food very good although i was a little disappointed with the caesar salad in comparison to my friend’s choice of fish and chips which was outstanding. Will come again and looking forward to the planned orangery extension!
Very good meal in an excellent location with very good service.
Most enjoyable. TD
Cannot comment on value for money as we had the afternoon tea as a present. We did really enjoy the whole experience - friendly staff, unlimited coffee (or it could be tea ) and quality food and a great view.
Fantastic food served promptly and with style. Wines also excellent. Location is great - it must be wonderful during the summer. Will definitely return!
Delicious afternoon tea enjoyed with a stunning view. Home made cakes and sandwiches were fresh and tasty. Staff were attentive and friendly but not intrusive. My friend thoroughly enjoyed her birthday treat, thank you.
The food was good although the lunch menu was limited. Only one person serving for the bar, restaurant & payments so we had to ask: for menus, to take orders, to take/return coats & to go through to restaurant, plus lots of little mistakes. Disappointed there was no skate as we were the first in for lunch & it took over 15 minutes to tell us after ordering.
Very good service and food.
Great service from the helpful staff at dinner and breakfast
We had a lovely afternoon tea. Nothing was too much for the staff.
staff very helpful despite a lot of multi tasking. lovely little place, would definitely recommend.
Service was good and friendly, but slow. The broccoli was undercooked! There were not many diners, weekday lunch, so atmosphere score above is low!
Couldn't fault it. Great food, atmosphere and service. We will return.
Food was lovely. Really interesting combinations of ingredients and flavours. Only negative was that as a non meat eater there was less choice of fish/vegetarian meals. Staff were friendly and attentive but didn’t overdo it as sometimes is the case.
Lovely afternoon noon tea, birthday gift, with my friend. The staff were all lovely, friendly and helpful.
Unfortunate that only 2 other diners in the restaurant when we were there. That impacts badly on atmosphere. The food was potentially interesting but a) it was not piping hot when it arrived at table, b) the fish & chips for £19 was poor VFM - a smallish piece of fish. A small glass of Sauvignon blanc priced at £6.30 seems steep. The service was polite and helpful but the waiter seemed a little unsure of how to react to our criticisms. I appreciated the new (ish) refurbishment - it is much more 21st century than previously.
The pig's cheek first course was so small as to be little more than a single canape.The venison,although perfectly cooked, should always be served as three or five slices - never two.
The menu is pretentious and could hardly be described as British cuisine. Too many 'bitty' ingredients, which did not contribute to the overall taste or appearance of the dishes, and the portions were very small, both for starters and main courses (e.g. the skate, the pigeon and the violet potato as starters, the venison as main). Steak was nothing special, but chosen as potentially a decent size meal.
Drinks are very expensive food is excellent
We had a really super lunch. The food was delicious and the drink wasn't over priced. It was a lovely treat and I have already recommended to friends.
Although we have eaten at 1919 many times, this was first Sunday lunch. My husband was delighted that the food is just as good as your midweek a la carte offerings. Super.