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Michelin Star restaurant, Pensons, on the Herefordshire/Worcestershire/Shropshire border (the only Michelin-starred restaurant in the three counties), is delighted to announce that the restaurant will reopen this Wednesday 15th July following the lock down restrictions that were introduced nearly four months ago.

The airy double-height dining room, decorated with objects commissioned from local artisans and craftspeople, and sheltered courtyard garden offer the perfect environment to start dining out again.  Tables will be much more widely spaced than the Government guidance and the Front of House team have also adjusted service procedures in order to minimise person to person contact whilst maintaining a warm welcome and excellent service.

As before, Head Chef, Chris Simpson, and his team will be cooking seasonal, ingredient-led menu that focus on fresh flavours direct from the restaurant’s kitchen garden and other local food suppliers.  The new menu will include lamb and beef from Legges of Bromyard, Mawley Milk, Herefordshire cherries and Worcestershire Hop and Hay-on-Wye cheeses.

During lockdown the Pensons team provided over 3,000 free dishes to local vulnerable and elderly people and key workers that were nominated by others in the community across Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire.

In addition, to avoid produce from the kitchen garden going to waste, they have created a range of high-quality hand-picked dried herbs and edible flowers that are full of flavour and include restaurant inspired blends and herbs that are rarely available.  They are available to buy via their website along with Netherwood Estate Rapeseed Oil and Honey.

Pensons is open for dinner from Wednesday to Saturday and for lunch from Thursday to Sunday.

Please contact us on 01885 410321 or email

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