In our world today, the farm-to-table movement is fast replacing the conventional dining rooms across England. From London to Newcastle, West Brom to Middlesbrough the chefs are taking out produce from the farm straight into the pot, freshly laid eggs and collect and used for breakfast, and spices and fresh veg poached from local kitchen gardens. If you are a lover of fresh food that is prepared from ingredients collected straight from the farm, get on board as we bring you a list of our favourite farm-fresh dinners where you can visit and have an amazing time.
This is a guesthouse that has its own special dining room. So, you can travel over and lodge in one of the Coombeshead farm’s five bedrooms so as to enjoy fresh farm-to-table meals at the farmhouse. You are bound to have a good time. The farm is owned and managed by Pitt Cue co-owner Tom Adams and April Bloomfield (of the New York’s spotted pig). The meals served here is very exceptional. The breakfast here is the natural homemade yogurt, freshly milled oats, and grains, bread, bacon and cheese, ham and preserves. All these are laid out in a table for you to pick your favourite. The dinner here is served like a feast on a large table. With all the foods served curled straight from the farm’s smokehouse, curing and pickling rooms. The meals served here is dependent on the farm’s produce at that particular time.
You can sign in for a catch –and cook fishing experience in this pared-back Scandi aesthetic farmhouse. In this Danish-owned farmhouse, food is served from the farm’s garden and supplied from wider estates for all round freshly collected ingredients. Lodging in this farmhouse is pure bliss, from chewing down fresh foods to going on a hike through the surrounding hills to hunt your own game. You will kick off your day with fresh eggs collected from the estate’s hens and granola topped with homemade apple and cinnamon compote. You will feast like a king at dinner with hot-smoked salmon salad served with fresh peas, asparagus tops, roast guinea fowl with smoked tomato coulis, baby beets, watercress and horseradish and roast venison all from the farm’s estate.
Hauser and Wirth
The opening of Hauser and Wirth gallery, with its Piet Oudolf-designed garden at the quiet village of Bruton, the village game alive. The dinner house attracted a steady stream of high profile international guests and turned the quiet village into a hotbed of creativity. The restaurant is now renowned for its fresh foods, smart design stores and cafes. Hauser and Wirth are open to both foodies and art lovers. Inside the centre of the gallery is the Roth Bar and Grill, an onsite dining room. Where humble meals are served from the freshly harvested produce collected from the owner’s surrounding estate and from the Durslade farm. The herbs and spices are grown even closer to the dining, with the kitchen garden located at the entrance to the gallery. You are sure to have a nice time here as the meals are very delicious.