14-16 Water Lane, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, CM23 2JZ
- Tel: 01279 215029
Dine in a premier restaurant, without the premier price.
The Lemon Tree is owned and run by husband and wife team Luke and Sue Fishpool. Luke is the Chef and manages the efficient front of house team, whilst Sue selects the wine list and runs The Lemon Tree Outside Catering Service. Professional food critics can be very demanding, but our chefs’ skills in the kitchen rarely fall short of expectations, as regular Lemon Tree customers can testify. Our chosen theme for the restaurant is modern British cuisine, with emphasis on local and regional ingredients. The menus are marked with L UK or E to indicate from where food has been sourced. L stands for produce from within a 50 mile radius, UK stands for anywhere in the UK, E stands for Europe and the occasional W indicates produce from anywhere in the rest of the world.
Services and products
- English restaurants
- Traditional restaurants
- Sunday lunches
- Outside catering
- ANNIVERSARY PARTIES
- Birthday parties
- Wedding caterers
- Christmas parties
- CHILD FRIENDLY
- CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
Really great food
21/02/2011 by 35machete
We have been eating here for years and have never had a bad meal. They are happy and able to alter the dishes so that always get something you will love. I recently went in a large group and nearly all of us ordered something slightly off menu. They created alternative sauces, gave us different accompaniments, allowed us to have main sized portions off the starter menu, and one vegetarian who couldn't decide had a main which consisted of all the things on the starter and main menu which she really fancied! This was all done with a smile and it didn't seem to be a problem! Despite all this, It all arrived at once, perfectly hot, and completely delicious. It was one of the most enjoyable meals any of us have had for a long time.Report this
22/09/2008 by charlotte2008
Then Lemon Tree is found on Water Lane, just a few yards walk from the waitrose car park. The prices are fairly reasonable depending on what dishes to chose to go for, and as usual on what bottle of wine you select from the wine list. There is quite a lot of local food which is always good to see. I had the hake which was OK, but not great. It was a little bit quiet when we were there, despite it being a saturday night. It is situtated just down from the busy Star pub, which is not a particularly pleasant place and has had a bad reputation, but not too much to worry about. Nothing to write home about.Report this
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