My Great Grandfathers Restaurant Was acquired in 2004 by Mathew & Shiho Gabb and their daughter Aimi.
The name for the restaurant was given in honour of Mathews Granddad and Aimis Great Grandfather Mr Ernest Ellery Clayton who passed away on January 18th 1997
Ellery Worked at the local Bakery/ Grocers In Tirley village near Tewkesbury and his approved handmade bread recipes are still used In our restaurant today.
Our flour for homemade bread making is locally milled organic flour from Shipton Mill in the Cotswolds.
At My Great Grandfathers we only use the freshness ingredients whenever possible and always try to support local and British Produce
Chef & Owner Mat Gabb always looks for the finest ingredients and travels early mornings to wholesale markets to ensure we have the freshest fish and vegetables the season has to offer. At My great Grandfathers we try to contact and deal with the main producers of foods to ensure premium quality. This gives our restaurant a unique advantage to its knowledge and the use of our ingredients.
Our English beef is hung for a minimum of 5 weeks to give it a unique tenderness for our dry aged steaks which feature on our Ala Carte Menu. The Beef itself is always produced in the UK and has never been vacuum packed or processed in anyway. Come and taste the difference