As fans continue to impatiently wait for the hotly anticipated Clarkson’s Farm series 2, Doncaster-born Jeremy Clarkson has dropped the latest update for fans – launching a brand new restaurant at his now-famous farm, Diddly Squat.
Officially opening its doors today, the Diddly Squat restaurant offers a ‘rustic’ dining experience, fitting in with the farm’s local ethos.
Serving up delicious grub grown and reared on the farm, the restaurant offers a proper farm experience that’s mostly outdoors, allowing guests to take in the stunning Chipping Norton countryside that surrounds.
Clarkson promises that the new restaurant is ‘like no other’, and in true Jeremy Clarkson-style, has already made it clear he will not ‘cater to the faddy’. Basically, you deal with sitting outside on the farm, or you bugger off. It’s the Yorkshire way, just in the Cotswolds.
Due to the restaurant’s homegrown ethos, it doesn’t have a menu as such, with dishes made using what’s fresh and available on the day. Tables are served a selection of snacks and starters followed by a roast and a pudding, alongside homemade bread made with Hawkstone lager – which Clarkson promises is ‘absolutely brilliant’.
In addition to the outdoor dining space, guests can also book the restaurant’s private dining space for four, which is housed inside a former Shepherd’s Hut.
Tables will also receive a complimentary bottle of English sparkling wine, which, again, Clarkson has praised as ‘very good’. If it’s good enough for the man himself.
For those wanting to dine at Diddly Squat, bookings must be made in advance and pre-paid for, which you can do right here.
Amazon Prime is currently filming the second series of hit show Clarkson’s Farm, which will likely document Clarkson’s turbulent journey in getting the restaurant off the ground.
The car aficionado swapped Lambo’s for lambs back in 2019 when Diddly Squat’s farmer officially retired, a decade after Clarkson originally purchased the farm.
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