A delightful evening filled with fine food, drink and company
What is The Hearty Table?
We are something between a restaurant and a dinner party. Imagine your own private restaurant, within a beautiful old country home, burning log fires, cute garden, and an amazing table set to stun!
How does it work?
This is the perfect setting for a special occasion, a big birthday, anniversary, wedding, afternoon tea or just a get together with friends and family. Its a haven of peace for a corporate event, dinner, team building or just a calm meeting venue with a difference.
Although we are always heavily booked with private parties we do run a few general public events throughout the year, where you can join a table as a single or a small group (check out our event list for more detail)
What’s on the menu
We serve canapés and five courses, with a lighter lunch option. The menu is always a secret! The food is “Hearty” as the name suggests and allergies and vegetarians are always cared for.
We are not licensed so bring your own drinks (a huge saving on expensive restaurant wine lists)
Where are we?
The Hearty Table is based in Beaconsfield, just of Exit 2 of the M40 and 25 minutes by train from London Marleybone Station. The full address will be revealed when you book
Wooowooowoo – 50 people at the Hearty Table on Saturday night for a birthday celebration – and the rain did its thing and stopped 5 minutes before the guests were due – we ran around drying the outside furniture and putting out the soft furnishings – re-hung the candles in the trees and prepared the […]
Be English for a day!! Learn about how we live, the foods we eat, learn to cook a three course English Dinner, visit the oldest Free House in England – The Royal Standard of England (www.rose.co.uk ) and do an Ale tasting with their own personal brewer and then come back to the Hearty Table for the lunch you have seen cooked, with a glass of English Wine…. yes you really can be English for a day!
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