About The Four Stones
Nestled in the heart of the countryside overlooking the Clent Hills, The Four Stones has lots of rural charm with its traditional decor and picturesque setting and a menu featuring international favourites from all around the globe, with each dish cooked from scratch using the best of produce. The perfect place for celebrating a special occasion with your loved ones, you’ll find The Four Stones located on Adam’s Hill – to guarantee a table at this Clent favourite, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
- Monday Closed
- Tuesday 11:00 - 14:30, 18:00 - 21:00
- Wednesday 11:00 - 14:30, 18:00 - 21:00
- Thursday 11:00 - 14:30, 18:00 - 21:00
- Friday 11:00 - 14:30, 18:00 - 21:00
- Saturday 11:00 - 21:00
- Sunday 11:00 - 18:00
From its stunning interior down to its menu of refined British and international-inspired cuisine and beautiful setting surrounded by the Worcestershire countryside, there’s so many reasons why we love The Four Stones in Clent. Whether it's for lunch or dinner, The Four Stones menu has something to suit all occasions, from gourmet sandwiches with fillings like cajun chicken and mango chutney to sharing platters, small tapas-style plates and larger main courses, drawing in diners from all over the area to its location on Adam’s Hill.
We recommend starting off with the slow-roasted spiced pork belly with an apple, raisin and fresh herb salad and cajun crackling, before moving on to the roasted chicken supreme with stilton and thyme mousseline and a port reduction or the veggie-friendly spinach, nutmeg and goats cheese cannelloni baked with a rich tomato and mascarpone sauce. The spiced apple tart or the crème caramel with chantilly cream and praline is the perfect way to conclude your experience – just remember to book ahead of time in order to guarantee a table at The Four Stones in Clent.
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Available Tuesday-Saturday Lunch, Accompanied by Set Menu and Market Menu (When Possible)
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Available every Sunday accompanied by Market Menu (when possible)
View Set Menu
Available Tuesday-Saturday Lunch and Dinner
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Available Tuesday-Saturday Dinner
Lovely food , very good service and friendly staff. Will definitely return. A good choice on the Sunday lunch and the market menu to choose from.
Excellent food , drink and staff. We were a party of 4 - everyone had very different meals including fish and steak, each one cooked to perfection. Menu caters for all tastes too, we will be back!
We booked for Sunday lunch the service was excellent, fantastic food and very friendly staff will definitely be going back and will recommend to friends and family.
Very impressive choice on the menu and the food was incredible. My taste buds were very happy. We will definitely be coming back for more!
Usual weekend meal out. Not been here before, and I have never seen this restaurant advertised, in fact don't know anyone else who has visited. Just up the road from "The Fountain", which I know serves good food. The Four Stones decorated nicely inside in a lovely setting at the bottom of the Clent Hills, Parking could be an issue, I found the last space in the row of cars opposite the venue. The food was really lovely, at a reasonable price. Would come here again.
Thought we would try this after their extensive refit. Overall it was ok but a couple of niggles , namely , not much room for a pre dinner drink or after dinner coffee as I prefer not to sit at the dining table for these. Took a long time to get the first drink and we were quite late to be seated, but they did apologise saying that the early diners were being a bit slow. So, on a selfish note, I like to have my table for the evening but understand the more times a restaurateur can turn their tables the better for them. Bit of a mix up with the main course BUT my starter Pate and main of Lamb were tasty and well cooked. Waiting staff were polite and well presented but I feel they could find it useful to invest in a tray or two, so they can carry more than two drinks at a time , especially when there is a backlog at the bar. Would I visit again - Yes.
Loved the decor and refurbishment, really lovely and big improvement on how it used to be. Good choice on menu, food could have been a bit hotter! The portions also could be better out of the three portions of cod we had there was a big difference in size, one was very tiny, I'd say a child's portion. Lamb was good. The big let down I'm afraid we're the staff, they just didn't seem to have anyone in charge and a lot were just standing around behind the bar talking. The bar was completely full of empty wine glasses and bottles and looked terrible. We had a long wait for our drinks, forgetting the water and just having to keep asking for everything. Long wait for food too, the staff were busy but just seemed to carry one item at a time, e.g. One small dish of potatoes. More training given and I'm sure you would have a lovely business. We would return perhaps in a few months and hope they have got there act togeather.
A great deal changed since re opening. A little chilly in glass extension. Staff very friendly .No Campari. We found the menue a little restricting,not a lot of flare. Meal overall ok, perhaps not quite as good as other local eateries, Also a bit more expensive. Overall we did enjoy our evening at The Four Stones and will try again.
Haven't been to The Four Stones since it's been refurbished but i was pleasantly surprised. It is a lot more modern than what I expected which is good. The food was lovely and couldn't fault it. Staff are friendly and attentive. The drinks are a little expensive but overall it was a nice evening and I would definitely visit again.
My first visit to the newly refurbished Four Stones. It has been transformed into a very elegant restaurant. Went for lunch on a Thursday, it was very quiet, but the staff were friendly and attentive. Myself and 2 friends ate off the set menu, 2 courses for £16.95. We all enjoyed our main courses, which were served with a nice selection of fresh veg. I had the lemon posset for dessert which was creamy, tangy and totally delicious! Excellent value for money, would definitely recommend :-)
Beautiful renovation of the building, a friendly and efficient welcome, selection of food very good, with good set menu, plus A la Carte, and then separate fish options. All the food ordered was excellent , myself and my wife had drink on arrival, three courses each , half a carafe of the house white (my only negative comment would be the wine could have been slightly more chilled, but a pretty minor comment)and coffee to finish, all for £77.00, which we consider to be fantastic value for money. Will definitely return and will recommend to others.
Restaurant very pleasant with lovely views from our table in the conservatory. However my wife asked what the vegetables of the day were then asked if she could just have the green veg with no potatoes with her fish dish.. We were told that this was not possible as the vegetables had already been put in dishes and would be for us to then share. We found this rather inflexible and the amount of vegetables overall was not great. There was no other choice of potatoes than the new pots served or chips as an extra. Neither was there a salad option instead of veg.We eat out a couple of times a week and even with lower priced pub food find a much greater choice of options and the staff more accommodating.My wife had just a main dish £18.95 I had the three course for £19.95. Food was ok but not exceptional.
The potential of this restaurant could be great but it's not quite there yet. The restaurant manager was very friendly and pleasant. The ambience was better once the restaurant was full but could be improved by having a bit of colour somewhere or a few pictures on the wall especially in the middle section. Everyone in my party said the food was okay but we weren't blown away by it. The exception to this was the braised lamb shoulder (that came alongside the rack of lamb) which was excellent. Very tasty. Maybe consider moving/hiding the grey cutlery trays as they are an eyesore?
Good food, reasonable service, lovely location. The only adverse comment is being asked if everything was OK when the food had just been placed in front of you, we did not really have time to see if everything was OK. Apart from that a good place to go. Menu choice is a bit confusing, I would of preferred just one menu, but loads to choose from. Friendly welcome from the staff with a choice of where to sit. Will certainly go again.
Excellent restaurant. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff who looked after us. We went for the three course meal and including drinks worked out at £32.50 a head. Every where was very clean. Being a ex restaurant manager my only advice would be get some trays to help the staff transport all the food and drinks to the table. Looks more professional then. Will be back.
We enjoyed the meal very much and our steaks were cooked just as we had asked for, however the main course did take a little longer than anticipated, but when we asked it came instantly . Sitting in the conservatory was the best place to be with the windows and views it shows, the main restaurant we feel need some pictures/painting up as it was a little bland. It is well worth a visit and we will definitely go back again.
Friendly welcome , attentive efficient staff,excellent food and service. Lovely ambience. Very accommodating there were 9 of us including a 2 year old boy and they adjusted the seating arrangement so the baby could stay in his buggy as the baby had fallen asleep later to bring in the high chair when he was awake with no fuss. Good value for money .
The restaurant was very busy & it appeared the staff were finding it hard to cope. We ordered drinks on three occasions throughout the evening - had to ask the whereabouts of our order twice & had to leave our table to ask another member of staff what had happened to our drinks - they had to be re-orderd. I formed an opinion that the plan or method of service were somewhat confused - as apologies were being offered to every other table ! Having visited the restaurant two months previously, when we enjoyed the food & service - this occasion was very disapointing. The food was presented well, by very pleasant staff, but the mains we ordered were memorable for the wrong reasons.
The staff could not be more helpful. I had informed them that one of the guests was unable to walk far and we were greeted at the entrance and guided to our table which had been allocated near the door. Throughout the meal the staff were very attentive and, with the delicious food, helped make my mother's birthday a very special day.
Lovely food, lovely setting. We unfortunately our vegetables with our main course were bought to the table quite some time after the Main itself which by this time had cooled cosiderably. We asked for the vegetables twice and in the end insisted the main courses were replaced. To be fair, this was done and was perfect. The restaurant manager didn't seem to know about until she asked us if we were enjoying our meal. We were satisfied with the replacement meal but nobody seemed overly concerned that it had happened.