If you’re looking to combine great racing with fantastic company and an exquisite menu of local produce, our Winning Post Restaurant is the place to spend your day at the races.
Overlooking the racetrack, our Winning Post Restaurant teams delicious local food prepared by our talented chefs and an extensive wine list to match, with the best view of the course. There’s easy access to both the Course and Paddock Enclosures, to ensure you see all the best moments of each race.
You can enjoy a 3-course meal, race card and entrance badge to the course for just £86.00 per person.
Sample Menu 2019
£86 per person
Freshly baked bread and butter
Devon crab and crayfish cocktail, Marie Rose sauce, melba toast
Local goat’s cheese mousse, beetroot, olive tapenade, herb dressing
Pork, smoked duck and bacon terrine, spiced plum compote, toasted brioche
Oak-smoked sea trout, braised fennel, watercress, lemon tartare sauce
Roasted rump of lamb, thyme fondant potato, butternut squash puree, mint and cranberry jus
Fillet of Brixham hake, crushed new potatoes, mussel, chilli and coriander chowder
Pan-fried chicken supreme, smoked bacon, peas, asparagus and a wholegrain mustard sauce
Wild mushroom and spinach risotto, truffle oil, parmesan crisps, pea shoots
All main courses are served with seasonal vegetables
Vanilla crème brûlée, white chocolate shortbread
Sticky toffee pudding, butterscotch sauce, honeycomb ice cream
Trio of local ice creams
Selection of local cheeses, chutney, biscuits and grapes
(As a dessert: £2.00 supplement / as an extra course: £6.00)
Filter coffee and petit four
As the most popular dining option at Newton Abbot Racecourse, our Winning Post Restaurant gets booked up quickly. We advise you to book as early as possible to avoid disappointment. To book your table in the Winning Post Restaurant, please contact us today.
“Last night I booked a table in the Winning Post Restaurant for an evening’s racing. I am writing to say that the meal was probably the BEST I have ever had in a racecourse restaurant. In over 30 years of owning racehorses I have eaten at many racecourses, and in my career I have had the pleasure of eating in some of the world’s best restaurants, so I don’t make this comment lightly.”