Farm to Table dining at Elderslie provides an opportunity to enjoy the finest local produce in a lovely country setting north of Wichita.
Our multi-course menu, which changes monthly, is carefully planned to showcase the produce of the season and the entire evening provides our guests a lovely walk through each season’s bounty.
As of January 1st, Elderslie is a “hospitality included” establishment and no longer accepts tips. Our entire staff, including kitchen, management and service, is a unit involved in serving guests with diligence and sincere affection. All are compensated for their contribution and are encouraged to grow personally and professionally. If you are ever dissatisfied with service or with the culinary experience at Elderslie, your Maitre d’ or your server will be happy to resolve the matter to your full satisfaction.
Please call us for parties of eight to 54
We are very happy to have received Open Table’s 2019 Diner’s Choice awards in the categories of Ambience, Foodies, Food, Scenic View, Most Booked, Overall, Service, Special Occasions, Romance, American, Healthy, Value, Notable Wine List. Click here for a link to our latest reviews (or scroll down to see a screenshot).
Early Spring Menu: March 14-16, 21-23, 28-30, April 4-6
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays
$70 per person
Optional wine pairing: $25.50 (four 3-oz pours)
Hospitality included; no tipping
$39 per person
Wine pairing: $13.00 per person (two 3-oz pours)
Hospitality included; no tipping
(Please make a note in your reservation that
the table is ordering the Short Menu.)
Dinner begins with the first course on the patio, as weather permits; we then move in to the dining rooms for the remaining courses.
Dinner is $70 per person. A recommended wine pairing (four 3-oz pours) is available for $25.50 or wine and beer can be purchased by the glass or bottle. Cash, credit/debit cards and Elderslie gift cards are accepted.
Reservations are secured with a credit card, which will only be used in the event of a cancellation with less than 24 hours’ notice (50% or $35) or a no-show (100% or $70). Diners settle their bill with a server at the end of the evening.
We can accommodate vegetarian and gluten-free diets; just make a note on your reservation or email us as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org. (We are not able to accommodate vegan or dairy-free diets.)
Tables are available for parties of 2 to 12 and our three dining rooms can be reserved for private parties of up to 12, up to 18 or up to 32.
Please note that cancellations with less than 24 hours’ notice will be charged 50% ($35) for each reserved seat. No-shows will be charged full price ($70). In case of emergency please call us at 316-305-2984.
Our cancellation policy allows us to plan the ordering of the freshest ingredients and schedule excellent service staff, resulting in the best experience possible for our guests.
Our dinners are a slower-paced evening that lasts from 90-120 minutes once you are seated. Most children find it a very challenging internal struggle to sit still and we recommend that parents carefully consider their child’s interest and ability to enjoy the interval. We are always happy to accommodate when parents want to share the delights of the table with their children, but we do try to inform all guests so they can make the best choice for their family. In the interest of all guests, we ask that any electronic devices be muted.
“Elderslie Farm is a special place where the joy of being with others can be enjoyed in a warm and comfortable setting. The food is spectacular. The creativity of the chef through all of the courses is not seen in other restaurants around Wichita. The service was exceptional and our evening could not have been better.” – Mike
“We just want to say thank you for a beautiful evening. The food and hospitality were fabulous…We appreciate your attention to detail. You made the whole thing easy for us. We host a lot of special events around Wichita, and this one was probably the most relaxing, enjoyable one yet. Thank you all! It was exactly the evening we had hoped for.” – Joni