The Kitchen at The Granary in Shenstone is an award-winning British restaurant serving indulgent fare that’s brimming with quality. Under the leadership of chefs Terry Dykes and Sarah Heywood, the food at The Kitchen at The Granary is a cut above anything else you’ll find in this particular area around Kidderminster. It’s fresh, locally sourced where possible and each dish, whether at lunch time or for dinner, is as beautiful to look at as it is to taste. You’ll find The Kitchen at The Granary on Heath Lane as you head from the centre of Shenstone where advanced reservations are wise, particularly at weekends.
The Kitchen at The Granary is a gem of Shenstone with an AA Rosette award to its name. On Heath Lane, the dining space itself is simple yet stylish offering a very a homey spot to enjoy proper British cooking. You can eat at The Kitchen at The Granary for lunch or dinner – or an indulgent afternoon tea from 2pm to 4:30pm every day except Sunday (yes, prosecco is an option). As the menus change according to season, what’s available from the a la carte depends on what time of year you visit. All that’s guaranteed is quality through and through.
At the time of writing, evening mains at the The Kitchen at The Granary Shenstone include braised pork belly with chorizo, apple, sweet potato and crackling shards; roasted chicken supreme; pan-fried cannon of lamb with dauphinoise potatoes and premium beef cuts straight from the grill. For dessert, you’d be mad to miss the white chocolate creme brulee with ginger shortbread. For some of the finest dining in this area around Kidderminster, you needn’t look any further than The Kitchen at The Granary.