Venison Recipes

This lean game meat has a deep colour and seriously rich flavour. Ideal for winter dishes, venison pairs excellently with red wine, robust sauces and hard herbs. Try it with our favourite recipes

1 José Pizarro’s Civet Of Venison With Ceps

José Pizarro's Civet Of Venison With Ceps

Civet is what the Catalans call stew, a classic dish. It’s perfect for those cold winter evenings, or whenever you just fancy something comforting.

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 2 Daniel Clifford’s Slow-Cooked Venison Saddle

Daniel Clifford’s slow-cooked venison saddle is sumptuous and served with individual suet puddings filled with red wine sauce. Nicely flattered by the sharp choucroute and a silky, sweet carrot purée, it’s perfect for a slow-cooked dish.

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3 Josh Eggleton’s Venison Burger

Josh Eggleton’s venison burger provides a leaner, richer alternative to traditional meat. Packed full of seasoning, the flavours are excellently paired with fresh ciabatta buns and chunky chips.

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 4 David Gillott’s Venison Carpaccio

Ideal for autumn dinner parties, David Gillott, Head Chef of The Four Gables, has created a venison carpaccio that combines the classic flavourings of venison with an exciting duo of juniper berries and mustard. 

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5 Pablo Peñalosa-Najera’s Venison Tartare


Pablo Peñalosa-Najera, Head Chef of Mayfair’s Latin American restaurant, MNKY HSE, has created a deliciously meaty autumnal dish – smoked venison with a mix of cornichons, serrano chile and dijon mustard.

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6 The Ivy’s Fillet of Scottish Venison with Creamed Brussels Sprouts


Celebrate 100 years of The Ivy by serving the restaurant’s fillet of Scottish venison in the comfort of your very own home.

7 Jose Souto’s venison carpaccio with walnuts & gorgonzola piccante


Juicy and flavoursome – serve up a platter of this nutty venison carpaccio to impress dinner guests.

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