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The Four Stones

Clent · International · ££££
172 Reviews

About The Four Stones

Nestled in the heart of the countryside overlooking the Clent Hills, The Four Stones in Clent boasts plenty of rural charm with its traditional decor, picturesque setting and a menu featuring international favourites from all around the globe, each dish cooked from scratch using the best of produce. The perfect place for any occasion, Clent’s The Four Stones sets the stage for just about any event whether it’s a birthday party, first date with someone special or dinner with the whole family. You’ll find this British restaurant located on Adam’s Hill – to guarantee a table here, making a reservation in advance is highly recommended.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 11:00 am
11:00 am - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
11:00 am - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
11:00 am - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
11:00 am - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
11:00 am - 9:00 pm
11:00 am - 6:00 pm


The Four Stones
Adams Hill, Clent
Clent DY9 9PS

Menu Highlights



Slow Roasted Spiced Belly Pork, Apple, Raisin and Fresh Herb Salad and Cajun Crackling

Burrata, Strawberry and Balsamic Puree, Sourdough Crisp and Cress Salad

Seared Foie Gras on Toasted Brioche, Picked Shallots and Balsamic Dressing



Roasted Corn fed Chicken Supreme, Stilton and Thyme Mousseline with a Port Reduction

10oz Sirloin Steak, Roasted Cherry Tomatoes and Rosemary, Flat Mushrooms and Hand Cut Chips

Braised Shoulder Half Rack of Lamb with a Minted Pea Puree



Crème Caramel with Chantilly Cream and Praline

White Chocolate and Raspberry Ripple Cheesecake with Chocolate Shards

Spiced Apple Tart Tartin with Clotted Cream

Don't miss out on a table!

Main Menu

Christmas Fayre Menu


Lunch Menu


Sunday Lunch Menu


Set Menu


A La Carte Menu


More about The Four Stones, Clent

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.

172 The Four Stones Reviews

172 Reviews
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Grace D.4 days ago · 1 review

Incredible meal, beautiful quaint restaurant. The steak was out of this world melt in your mouth !! Will return 100%! Highly recommend - Stunnimg location too.

Andrew W.8 days ago · 2 reviews

Visited for an early Mother’s Day present having dined here before. As before the food was excellent, great choice of drink & attentive service. Definitely recommend

Rebecca V.8 days ago · 1 review

Food was delicious and service was exceptional . The set menu was very good value . Would highly recommend. Will definitely be going back .

Darren C.10 days ago · 1 review

Location and atmosphere very good, staff are polite and helpful, good wine selection and menu was good, prices a fair for what you get. Would go again

Geoff H.7 months ago · 3 reviews

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.

sarah g.6 months ago · 1 review

Very pleasant, atmosphere is what you make it whilst having the meal which I like to do, staff very polite, nothing went unnoticed, drinks were always topped up and replaced, food was excellent, veal hot pot lovely but too hot to eat took along time to cool down, dress code is entirely up to you be dressed up in glitzy ladies dress or in jeans sports jacket shirt for a man no one took any notice. Ceilings very low so if tall just watch a few of the light displays off the side walls don't hit you. Toilets very clean. We did ask about Christmas Day but unfortunately they fully booked on both sittings and have been since August. Well that says it all.....Go and try you will not be disappointed. Thank you for making our family evening for my dads 76 birthday very comfortable.

Tracey M.7 months ago · 1 review

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.

David J.10 months ago · 1 review

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.

Kelly H.9 months ago · 1 review

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.

keith b.6 months ago · 1 review

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.

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