Eating & Drinking at Goodwood
Whether you’re at Goodwood for one of their famous Goodwood events, or exploring one of the many attractions on the Estate, including Goodwood House, Goodwood Racecourse or Goodwood Aerodrome, chances are you’ll be looking for somewhere to refuel.
It should come as no surprise that food is a hugely important part of the Goodwood Estate. Much of the produce served at the eateries across the estate comes directly from Goodwood Home Farm. The land has been farmed here for over three hundred years and today it is among just a handful of self-sustaining organic farms in Europe. The farm employs organic principles to produce meat of outstanding quality and flavour, along with milk and cheeses, all of which you’ll find on the menu across the Estate’s restaurants and cafes. You can even take home a scrumptious souvenir from Goodwood Farm Shop, where you’ll also find ales made with Goodwood grown barley!
Field to Fork
Farmer, Butcher, Chef is Goodwood’s flagship restaurant and a true foodie experience. The philosophy of low food miles and zero food waste inspire a menu which also showcases seasonal and local produce from selected suppliers. Dogs are welcome.
Food with a view
Take your seats trackside at the famous Goodwood Motor Circuit where a family friendly menu of snacks, light bites and lunches, hot and cold drinks is on offer from 8am-2.30pm.
Plane spotting while you refuel
Fly in to the Aerodrome Café for breakfast, enjoy a hot drink or come for lunch. The aerodrome café has alfresco seating to give you that extra special view of aircraft as they take-off and land. Food served 9am-6pm.
Relaxed all day dining
Set within The Goodwood Hotel, the Bar & Grill serves food all day. The menus feature crowd-pleasing classics with that extra Goodwood touch. Vegetarian and vegan options available.
Extra special Afternoon Tea
Amid the grandeur of the ballroom of Goodwood House you can enjoy the most English of traditions, afternoon tea. Beforehand you’ll have the chance to admire at the incredible collection of fine art, ceramics and furniture in the State Apartments.