The Chesil Rectory, located in the cathedral city of Winchester, Hampshire, is a relaxed and informal restaurant serving honest, exceptional, robust, British classics.
Located in a historic Grade II listed building dating back to 1450, The Chesil Rectory restaurant still has many original features including solid oak beams, ancient doorways and beautiful open fireplaces. It is the oldest house in Winchester having been bequeathed to the city by Mary Tudor, no less!
Head Chef, Damian Brown, formerly head chef at Fortnum & Mason, uses fresh ingredients and quality local produce to create simple, delicious British classics.
The Chesil Rectory has received much local and national acclaim since it reopened in October 2008, including a much coveted 2 AA Rosette rating. This is only awarded to the very best local restaurants offering high standards of cooking and greater attention to the quality and selection of ingredients.