Opening March 2014
- Disabled Access
About The Elderflower Restaurant
Quintessentially British, with a Sprinkling of French
Another lovely meal celebrating my wife's birthday.
Lovely evening and thoroughly enjoyed the food. Very good quality ingredients, well presented.
Every course a masterpiece of wonderful flavours.
Limited menu at this time of year which was not explained to us in the conversations I had when.confirming the booking. The food was great but you would have been disappointed if you were expecting the fish menu
Always enjoy our meal with you
As always a warm welcome and exciting menu. Thank you.
My wife and I opted for the taster menu which was delicious and full of surprises. The chef even adapted one of the courses to our individual tastes. I would thoroughly recommend The Elderflower as a culinary treat.
What can I say, other than Excellent, a truly tasty dining experience in a relaxing restaurant with quality attentive staff and amazing food to reawaken the taste buds. Thank you all so much. ps it was recommended by Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse but luckily we didn't have to fish for our supper
We have been looking for somewhere like this for a long time. I know people write reviews about staff, chairs, decor., position etc. but this is all about food. The food was perfect in every way and it was proper food, homemade, the extra mile had been driven in every aspect and I cant fault it. Very recommended and the only comment I can close with, pity its 35 miles away or I would be there once a week without fail.
Very Unusual menu. Exquisitely presented food. Incredible mixture of vibrant and and delicate Flavours, alll delivered to your table with charismatic and honest charm from a very knowledgeable, considerate and funny team of highly intelligent ladies
Fantastic food presented in an exceptional way.
We arrived ten minutes early for our reservation, there was a storm outside so we needed to get inside and the door was locked so we knocked and were given a frosty reception and were told we could not look at a menu until exactly 6.30! The red wine that we were served was far too cold, not impressed as it wasn’t a cheap bottle at £99. Having said that the rest of the evening was perfect.
Fantastic tasting menu excellent service. We took train from London to have lunch here. Love the place.
Put it all in Tripe Advisor review (pending) but needless to say had a wonderful time
We had a brilliant evening, such lovely food and the service was so welcoming. Thank you for helping make our special occasion really extra special for us. We look forward to coming back as soon as possible!
Great lunch in a lovely restaurant. Nice staff
Never fail to deliver on all fronts.Consistency in quality of food and service is key.
Thew best Restaurant in the South of England
Dessert was the highlight. Main was unseasoned and served on cold plate therefore cold food. Delicious loin of goat. Bland belly slice. Mediocre pulled goat. This was our second visit and I was a little underwhelmed by the food with the exception of the soufflé which was delicious.
A truly fantastic dining experience. I have eaten at Michelin Starred restaurants like The Fat Duck and The Waterside Inn, and the food at the Elderflower is every bit their equal, if not better..
We will be returning in the very near future.
A must for anyone who values good service, good quality food and wine every time, this is the place.
The food is certainly different to most restaurants. The flavours and textures are fantastic, can’t wait for our next visit. The price makes it for special occasions, as does the food.
I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who wants a quiet evening with great service and food.
Excellent food well prepared and presented with very attentive service from the staff. Small but very well thought out menu which I prefer offering a good selection a number of which I could have chosen. Good selection of wines include dessert options. Big recommendation if you are looking for somewhere in to eat and enjoy in Lymington