The highest honour for culinary excellence
Michelin starred dining at The Waterside Inn with private river cruise on the Thames.
One Michelin star signifies ‘a very good restaurant’, two stars are ‘excellent cooking that is worth a detour’ and three stars mean ‘exceptional cuisine that is worth a special journey’. Lucky for you, The Waterside Inn holds a historic place in British culinary history and retains three Michelin-stars. Enchanting at any time of the year, The Waterside Inn is set amidst weeping willow trees and the beautiful River Thames. With a setting that makes you feel at ease, guests can enjoy this little piece of heaven with a menu designed by Alan Roux, which specialises in French culinary delights. Before or after your meal, climb aboard the Fringilla; a classic 34’ Van lent motor yacht for a private cruise down The Thames. Offering an idyllic two-hour tour of the surrounding area, guests can relax in comfort as they pass by National Trust gardens, riverside homes and the Cliveden Reach (the prettiest spot on the River Thames). Providing a delightful place for diners to retire to, The Waterside Inn also provides accommodation for guests who aren’t ready to leave quite yet.
Your stay includes
- One-night stay at The Waterside Inn in a River-View Deluxe Superior Room on a B&B basis. - A complimentary bottle of Champagne Roux in your room, on arrival. - A three-course meal at the three Michelin-star restaurant, complete with a bottle of wine that has been carefully selected by the sommelier. - A tour of the kitchen as the team prepares for a busy service. - A complimentary Roux Signature kitchen apron and autographed copy of one of Michel Roux books.