Here @ Kalliope House we believe it is all a matter of relative taste and aim to accommodate where we can. Leila is a passionate self-taught cook with 10 years of professional catering experience. Menus provided include some tried and tested favourites of the house which incorporate local ingredients, but for the more adventurous please ask about our Lebanese or Greek cuisine options.
All Prices include service and cover charge
Table Water and Homemade Cordial are included as standard but guests are kindly requested to bring their own alcohol where desired.
All Menus are subject to availability at the time of booking
Feel free to discuss your preferences with us directly
Dining Times: Between 6pm – 8pm to commence dining please indicate your preferred time when making the booking
We can accommodate groups of up to 8 people and guests are welcome to invite non-resident guests for dining with prior booking.
Kindly note we are not a restaurant so letting us know a day in advance that you would like an evening meal is highly appreciated. If you would like an evening meal the same night you check-in please let us know before arrival.
Chef’s Top Tips
Pre-order ANY 3 courses for £30 per person including complimentary canapé and after dinner coffee, tea or homemade liqueur.
All Dishes are freshly prepared using garden or local where possible and carefully sourced speciality ingredients.
All Portions are Generous and nutritiously balanced, if wishing to dine light we suggest sharing a starter, or dessert, or substitute a main for a starter.
Leila uses full fat butter and extra virgin olive oil predominately in all her cooking avoiding over-processed oils and products in general.
Seasonal specials are also available – soup of the day, savoury tart of the day, dessert of the day for example.
We are happy to accommodate special dietary requirements/allergies with prior notice and where possible. We are NOT a nut-free establishment or home.
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