The Parsons Table offer a delightful French influenced British menu - seasonal, bold and delicious. The restaurant showcases Lee's deep passion for locally sourced, seasonal food, classic cooking, and incredible flavours. While Lee uses the best in traditional techniques, he is not afraid to throw in a contemporary twist on a familiar dish in order to both surprise and delight his guests. At the heart of the restaurant is unforgettable cooking, approachable service and a warm welcoming atmosphere.
by Tracey Wright on 17 Feb 2018
Fantastic as always!
by Andrew Pearce on 12 Feb 2018
Been here several times at as usual quality of food, service and ambience all excellent. A great favourite.
by Patricia Bellamy on 12 Feb 2018
Four of us went to the Parsons Table on Saturday - from start to finish we were very well looked after, courteous and attentive host and staff - Lovely restaurant - we would not hesitate to recommend and indeed would love to return soon.
by William Smail on 09 Feb 2018
We had a most enjoyable dinner on a night when it was miserable out and the Parsons Table was a real haven. The service was excellent and the food with an emphasis on fresh fish was delicious. We are already booked for our next visit
by John Paton on 07 Feb 2018
Nell and I had a lovely meal last night at the Parson's Table. The service was so welcoming and efficient quietly looking after us with great confidence and panache. Jay Rayner would write a rave review about this place because not only is the service excellent, great food is delivered. Starters were stunning and for mains I had the cod, Nell the venison. He would also appreciate as I did the attention to detail. From an excellent wine list - we started with delicious English fizz and then had some very nice Sangiovese di Toscano - to our finishers, a selection of English cheeses. But lovely surroundings too gorgeous plates and cutlery. But the food is to sing for - the cod was beautifully cooked and presented - the touch of leak especially memorable I think the prices are pretty competitive too - I would go every night if the Ways and Means Committee allowed it!