Set within the main grandstand, overlooking the Parade Ring, the Paddock Restaurant offers a tempting menu of local food and an excellent wine list to enhance your day at the races.
Paddock Restaurant diners can benefit from attentive table service, a Tote betting facility and TV screens with just a short walk through the grandstand to the reserved seating area for excellent views of the racing.
You can enjoy a 3-course meal, racecard and admission badge plus a visit from a jockey to talk through the card from just £62.50 per person on a weekday fixture. It’s the ideal restaurant for a family meal or for entertaining your corporate clients.
Please note, the menus and prices below are for illustration only. 2021 Prices & Menus TBA
Paddock Restaurant Sample Menu 2020
Weekend Fixtures – £65.50pp
Weekday Fixtures – £62.50pp
Knotted roll and butter
Roasted parsnip soup finished with apple and honey
Pressed lamb terrine, mint and cucumber raita, homemade flatbread
Local baby beetroots, smoked sea salt, ash goat’s cheese, white balsamic dressing, and sourdough crisp
Roasted chicken supreme, celeriac and truffle puree, gratin potato, asparagus spears, and toasted pine nuts with a red wine jus
Oven baked Brixham hake, pesto crushed potatoes, crab and tomato relish, finished in a dill and white wine cream
Grilled butternut squash served with a garlic and rosemary fondant potato, and mushroom and spinach sauce
(All main courses are served with seasonal vegetables)
Orange polenta cake, orange glaze, vanilla mascarpone
Chocolate and mint mousse, strawberry gel, hazelnut praline
Selection of West Country cheeses, biscuits, celery, chutney, and grapes
(As a dessert £2.00 supplement/as an extra course £6.00)
Filter coffee and chocolate coated bean
To book your table at the Paddock Restaurant, contact us today.
“Congratulations! In the recent Neil Awards, Newton Abbot Racecourse was judged winner of the Best Racecourse Food category. Please pass on my thanks to the Head Chef of the carvery for producing by far the best meal across the entire portfolio of British racecourses – he puts his rivals at some of the more ‘glamorous’ venues to shame!” Neil Andrew – Around the races in eighty days