Hire this venue for your own event - it has one
can hold a maximum of 40 guests.
Bumpkin is the word townies use to describe their country cousins. These bumpkins can be easily spotted when they come to town by their lack of street cred or trendy attire. So it's funny that Bumpkin the restaurant is everything its namesake isn't. It's achingly hip and, in keeping with the holy grail of hip eateries, all meat is free-range and free of additives and antibiotics. In fact, the only connection with the country is the ingredients. Aberdeen Angus beef is served up with locally grown veggies from Secretts Farm, just outside Guildford, grown without use of chemicals or pesticides. Pie, delicious salads and grilled surf 'n' turf are served in rustic portions - by which we mean the kind of servings that would keep Farmer Fred tilling the fields till sundown. You can't book the brasserie however the restaurant upstairs which offers the same menu plus the specials is entirely reserved for reservations. The Sunday roast, served from 12pm to 4pm, is a particular favourite and the perfect way to spend a long, relaxed winter's afternoon.