Originally part of the Christie’s dining hall, Nether Wallop now has a separate and much-loved carvery restaurant offering diners the option to select their three course meal on the day and enjoy the Long Interval dining experience at their own pace.
‘The Wallops’ is the collective name given to three Hampshire villages, home of the famed Audrey Mildmay, wife of Sir John Christie and the rustic yet refined feel of the Nether Wallop restaurant perfectly captures this sentiment.
Service is friendly and unhurried and diners are invited to approach the sumptuous hot and cold buffets at their own pace. Medium rare roast beef, glazed gammon joint, salmon en croute and tasty vegetarian fayre with all of the traditional accompaniments make up the jewels in the crown of the Nether Wallop carvery table and enjoy wines from a wide range of regions whilst sharing jovial conversation with your guests.
For Festival 2020, the Nether Wallop restaurant will offer three courses including a cold starter buffet to awaken your appetite, an eclectic mix of new, fresh salads and delicate desserts with which to finish your evening meal at Glyndebourne.