Arthurs Farm Kitchen Menu 2018
Arthur’s Farm Kitchen has already proved to be a great asset to Fordhall. It is run by the community society (the Fordhall Community Land Initiative) which owns the farm, meaning all profits are reinvested within our educational and community work.
Arthur’s Farm Kitchen serves hot food all week (Tues-Sun), starting with breakfasts, followed by lunches and cold sandwiches or soups late afternoon. All this in addition to home-made cakes, scones, freshly ground organic and fair trade coffee, organic/herbal teas and a great atmosphere.
We can also cater for vegans, gluten free and most other allergies (but please let us know in advance). We source all our meat from Fordhall Farm and our vegetables and salads are sourced from an organic local producer.
Due to space in our delightful sustainably converted barn, it is wise to book Sunday lunches in advance, although this is not a necessity. With meat fresh from the farm and all other main ingredients being sourced locally or organic, a meal at Fordhall will be a delicious food journey to remember. Take a look at our values to get a real sense of how we put our ethics into practice at Fordhall Farm.
Follow this link to read about the Fordhall ethos
Between 3pm and 5pm (Tuesday to Friday) we offer an Afternoon Tea option (£12.95). Come and enjoy a selection of finger sandwiches, warm sausage or cheese rolls, selection of handmade cakes and warm scones with jam and clotted cream plus your choice of tea or coffee. Fine bone china and a beautifully decorated table awaits!
We also have a Cream Tea for only £3.50.
(Afternoon Tea must be booked in advance).
Our café is fully licensed and sell a selection of local ales and organic and Fairtrade wines at reasonable prices (available through the week).
We source all our main ingredients either locally or organically, ensuring we make the most of what’s in season. Our menus may not have hundreds of options, but they are always changing.
Please also note that we are cycling friendly, with space to lock 6 bikes, dogs are welcome on leads (in the café and on our walks but not in the farm shop) and (perhaps most importantly) we are breast feeding friendly too!
Accessibility: We have a disabled toilet onsite and disabled parking. The farm shop and Arthur’s Farm Kitchen are both accessible for wheelchairs and scooters. After passing over a short gravel area, our community garden and free range pigs are accessible for most sturdy wheelchairs and scooters during dry weather.
Click here to download our Fordhall Farm events and courses leaflet for more foodie events, such as a foraging walk or our Spring Banquet!
Sunday Lunches are served every week from 12pm – 3pm and you can choose from one, two or three courses. The choice of mains generally includes roast pork, roast beef or a home-made nut and lentil roast. All served with the traditional trimmings of roast vegetables, Yorkshire puds and gravy. Child portions are available for £9.95 (also available on a Sunday for children are a selection of small sandwiches).
One course: £13.95
Two Courses: £16.95
Three Courses: £19.95
Private evenings or day functions at Arthur’s Farm Kitchen
Arthur’s Farm Kitchen will open (upstairs or downstairs) for special events/functions Tuesday-Saturday evenings or Tuesday-Sunday lunchtimes, for group bookings of 12 – 60 guests.
Our staff are passionate about food and great customer service. Whether you choose one of our standard menu packages or we create a bespoke menu especially for you, we will ensure your party is an occasion to remember.
So, whether it is an anniversary, special birthday, retirement or simply a family get together, our beautiful room suits all occasions.
You can book Fordhall for your Christmas Buffet, Group Evening or Group Lunchtime meal. Download a Christmas menu here: Christmas Menu
Call us to discuss your party/event 01630 638696 or email email@example.com
Farm Shop, Café and Farm Trail Opening Times
Tuesday – Saturday 9.30am – 5pm
Sunday 10am – 4pm
Bank Holidays 10am – 4pm
CLOSED: Easter Sunday and 25th December – 1st January.