When Paul and Lisa Wedgwood started formulating Wedgwood the Restaurant over the years in their minds and on the inevitable scraps of paper they were adamant that they wanted to create their “Perfect Night Out”. This was to be in friendly non-obtrusive surroundings – fine dining without the pretentiousness. This, without a doubt, as many diners and journalists have endorsed has certainly been achieved.
Tables at Wedgwood the Restaurant are not “turned”. Paul and Lisa firmly believe dining is a time to be enjoyed and a time to relax. Whilst the service at Wedgwood is efficient no one is ever rushed - diners are welcome to stay for as long as they wish. If this means that the restaurant does not close until late this is considered quite acceptable by the staff at Wedgwood the Restaurant.
Paul gains inspiration for his style of dishes from regular travels around the world. Favourite dishes in the restaurant include Panko and black sesame crusted mullet or Pork belly, Diver caught scallops wrapped in caul fat. Paul is also renowned for using interesting wild herbs and salads which feature regularly on the menu especially at lunchtime. Many of these ingredients Paul forages himself.