Clarkson claims he spotted a “delightful loophole” at his eatery

After Jeremy Clarkson claimed he had discovered a “delightful little loophole” to open it, the local council initiated an inquiry into his new eatery.

The “Diddly Squat” cafe owned by the “Clarkson’s Farm” celebrity has long been constrained by neighbourhood neighbours and zoning regulations.

Fans were shocked last month when the former Top Gear personality said he had discovered a “delightful little loophole” in planning restrictions and opened for business.

Following the council’s rejection of the restaurant’s original planning application in January, West Oxfordshire District Council has now announced that it is looking into the establishment.

On the uplands area planning subcommittee of WODC, seven out of ten council members had opposed the original restaurant proposals.

‘I’m happy to say that you now have the option to eat the delicious cuisine we cultivate and nurture on my farm at the brand new (but pretty rustic) Diddly Squat restaurant,’ Clarkson said in a tweet announcing the news in July.

Later, he revealed to the media that he had discovered a “delightful little flaw” in the system.

You may make reservations at Clarkson’s Restaurant at his Diddly Squat Farmshop in Chadlington, Oxfordshire.

All of the food on the menu is locally sourced, and it includes entrees like Roasted topside of beef with vegetables as well as appetizers like sticky beef croquettes with aioli and pickled chillies.

The restaurant opening at Diddly Squat Farm was made known to the council, according to the WODC spokeswoman.

We have been investigating the business to make sure it complies with local and national planning legislation and policy, as well as licensing and food hygiene laws, as part of our regular operating practice.

We are unable to comment on any active investigations.

Prior to making your reservation, you should be aware that Diddly Squat is a tiny, primarily outdoor restaurant with a rustic atmosphere.

We don’t cater to the trend, so ordering a drink or using the restroom isn’t as simple as it is at your neighborhood bar.

“We’ve tried to keep you warm and dry, but this is England,” someone said.

The view is amazing, and practically all of your food was produced or raised on our farm, so it’s fresh and has a short food travel distance.

There isn’t really a menu; we just serve what’s on hand that day.

There will be a variety of nibbles and starters served to your table before a roast and a pudding.

“Our bread is simply fantastic, baked with Hawkstone beer.”

Even a little VIP suite, located in a former shepherd’s hut, is available. This is dry and warmer than the outdoors, although it only fits four people.

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