Rick Stein’s restaurant in Winchester serves classic seafood dishes.
On their menu there’s something for everyone and every occasion, from leisurely lunches with friends to a romantic dinner and everything in between.
Stop by for light bite from the new bar menu, perfect for a quick something after work or before an afternoon of shopping – available at lunch and dinner until 6.30pm.
The restaurant is open every day for lunch and dinner and offers an a la carte menu or enjoy 2 courses for £19.95 or 3 for £24.95 from the set menu.
The understated interiors have an urban feel with a subtle nod to their coastal roots. It’s the perfect place to enjoy relaxed dining in Winchester city centre.
Rick Stein, Winchester is open for breakfast from 8am – 11am, Friday – Sunday.
The menu includes smoked salmon with scrambled eggs, a classic full English breakfast and eggs Benedict, along with some favourite dishes from the family, such as huevos rancheros, breakfast bhaji and Jack’s crab omelette. All accompanied by fresh juices and smoothies, or a brilliantly made cup of Origin coffee.
Monday – Friday: Lunch 12pm – 3pm | Dinner 6pm – 10pm
Saturday – Sunday: 12pm – 10pm
Breakfast Friday – Sunday: 8am – 11am
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