Takeaway Food

Outside Servery

Quality

Takeaway

Food

Restaurant remains closed but Farm Shop is OPEN.

While it is quiet we are serving hot drinks from the farm shop.

We are doing takeaway Sunday Lunch to reheat at home every Sunday. Please check weekly for menu below.

Sunday Lunch Takeaway

Sunday Lunch Takeaway

Our Outside Servery is currently closed.

We know you are all keen to dine with us again & for the restaurant to re open, we thank you for all your support & encouraging comments.
 
We need to let you know that we have decided not to open our outside hospitality area next week from the 12th April.
There are a lot of rules our team would need to adhere to in order to comply with the government regulations for outside hospitality, with strict table service, monitoring customer check ins with the NHS test & trace system, in addition to a successful service being heavily dependant on the British weather!
 
Therefore, we have made a decision as a team to focus on getting ready for 17th May, keeping fingers crossed we are still allowed to open our inside restaurant and welcome you back properly.
In the meantime the farm shop is OPEN 6 days a week for all your grocery essentials, fresh meat & bread.
 
You can still get your coffee fix, we are serving takeaway hot drinks and you can grab a savoury or sweet snack from the shop ☕
 
Looking forward to welcoming you all back to dine on May 17th 🤗
 
 
 

How we built the Outside Servery … our recycling ethos has been built within the servery… the outside servery uses an industrial shipping container as its core area and incorporates the recycling ethos of the main building throughout.  With a servery bar made entirely out of used wine bottles topped with reclaimed kitchen granite.

The roof incorporates reclaimed telegraph poles supported by genuine Victorian cast iron railway columns from an old railway station.

An outside seating area uses the foundation which was initially built for the Tow Law Auction Mart with a surrounding dwarf wall built using in the form of gabbions filled with local cobble stones. A trellis has been erected to shield the area from the A66.

To the side an old terracotta window has been renovated.

Old stable gates from Wycliffe Hall have been utilised into the walls as part of the security measures.