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Five farm-to-table restaurants you should visit in 2017

With more and more people interested in where their food comes from before they eat it, these five restaurants and eateries have done all the work for you by championing local, British farming.



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Five farm-to-table restaurants you should definitely eat at #FarmToTable

British and local produce are making their way on to the menu’s of many popular pubs and restaurants across the UK, and for many chefs, the ingredients they use come from only a few miles away.

 

Many dishes are also now seasonal, meaning they are always fresh and ever changing.

 

We have some of the best ingredients from some of the best farmers and it is important to champion produce grown and reared here - whether it’s where you shop or where you choose to eat, it is a conscious decision and one that keeps farmers in their livelihoods.

 

Below are five restaurants and places to eat that really encompass the farm-to-table ethos.


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The Green Cafe

The Green Cafe, Ludlow, Shropshire

 

With a menu that is produce lead, the cafe works with small scale farmers and the food reflects the close connection.

 

With Clive Davies heading up the cooking, the Slow Food accredited chef wanted to cook dishes with the best produce he could find.

 

www.thegreencafe.co.uk

Market Bistro, Norfolk

Market Bistro, Norfolk

 

With fresh produce delivered everyday, Market Bistro's menu thoroughly prides itself on creating food with Norfolk's best ingredients. With a host of sustainable suppliers, foragers and gardeners behind them, this family are creating exciting dishes throughout each season.

 

www.marketbistro.co.uk

The Churchill Arms

The Churchill Arms, Gloucestershire

 

With three main suppliers, The Churchill Arms only uses produce that are sourced within a ten-mile radius. Only the fish arrives from further afield due to the restaurant being too far from the coastline.

 

www.churchillarms.co

The Shed

The Shed, (The Gladwin Brothers), Notting Hill

 

Run by three brothers, Richard, Oliver and Gregory, The Shed combines a childhood growing up in farming along with each brother bringing their own talent to the table. With a focus on seasonal and foraged food and wine, this really is a quirky one to visit.

 

www.theshed-restaurant.com

The Feathers Inn

The Feathers Inn, Northumberland

 

You only need to click on the food and drink section of their website and The Feathers Inn will proudly announce their love for using local, small-scale farmers along with detailing the breed of meat and naming the farm it came from. You couldn't really get much closer to your food than this.

 

www.thefeathers.net

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