07.03 Seasonal, Local & Sustainable Cafés & Restaurants

All 07.03 Seasonal, Local & Sustainable Cafés & Restaurants

  • Fordhall Organic Farm

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    The Fordhall  Community Land Initiative (FCLI) is a social enterprise owned and run by 8,000 non-profit making shareholders. It owns Fordhall Organic Farm, utilising it to reconnect the community to food and farming through events, volunteering and educational activities. The FCLI leases the farm land to a tenant farmer, Ben Hollins. Like any other tenant farmer, Ben manages the land, livestock and farm shop with his own staff and pays a monthly rent to the FCLI. The farm shop and online store stocks meat raised on the farm as well as locally-grown vegetables and locally-produced produce including milk, cheese, yoghurt, honey, alcohol and other artisan foods. They now have their own bakery on site, making pasties, pork pies, sausage rolls, steak pies and more. Fordhall can deliver nationwide though the online shop or you can pop in and collect your meat and produce fresh from the counter. As well as the farm shop and educational visits, Fordhall also has its own 30-seater bistro. 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 fairtrade coffee, organic/herbal teas and a great atmosphere.

  • The Ethicurean

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    The Ethicurean is founded on a sense of place. This is the idea of having a connection with the native land, its history and the community who grow food locally upon it. Our family team seek to discover harmonious pairings between the ingredients that surround the walled garden. At the Ethicurean, we are proud of our food principles. Our fantastically supportive customer base who visit all year round often concur heartily. Purveyors of entirely seasonal, local and ethical British produce, all meats are from free range livestock or wild. Our fish is responsibly sourced. We are also supporters of organic agriculture, fair trade and Rainforest Alliance. We produce natural apple juice from our unsprayed orchards. The Ethicurean strive to look for alternatives to all imported fresh produce and constantly look as close to our home for the best ingredients which are often foraged or shot a stone’s throw from our walls or grown within. Mark Cox is the gardener at Barley Wood. He is a one-man band with an incredible passion for Heritage and Heirloom vegetables. Our menu changes twice daily. Look online for an example menu.

  • Market Bistro

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    Award-winning sustainable restaurant, members of the Sustainable Restaurant Association, awarded the top star rating of three stars. Family run, Lucy & Richard are passionate about the traceability of the food they serve.

  • Poco Bristol

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    Since its birth in 2004 Poco has toured the UK’s best festivals, preparing mountainous feasts for hungry revellers. Our charcoal grilled fish, meats and wraps bursting with colourful superfood salads have become legendary with festival goer and crew alike. In Autumn of 2011 the we took a step further and set up our first cafe in bricks and mortar, at the heart of an area as vibrant as our food- Bristols Stokes Croft. This thriving community and hotbed of creativity has welcomed us with open arms and given us the perfect home to lay down our roots. Tom Hunt, Jen Best and Ben Pryor opened up shop on the corner of Jamaica Street and brought together a devotion to seasonality, locality, great food and atmosphere with a core passion for sustainability.

  • Better Food Company – Whiteladies Road Food Hall & Deli

    The second outlet of Bristol’s Better Food Company, an independent organic supermarket, selling everything from bread and deli products, books, wine, meat and cleaning products, and of course fresh fruit and vegetables, many from their own organic growing operation in North Somerset. The Deli serves freshly prepared light-bites, soup (on cold days), cakes and biscuits. Stuffed to the gunnels with local and artisan cheese, local cooked meats, falafels, bhajis, marinated wonders and so much more. BFC also delivers fruit and veg boxes locally, using locally-sourced produce.

  • Better Food Company – Wapping Wharf

    Our Wapping Wharf store – the newest of the Better Food family – is located close to the Harbourside and SS Great Britain on Gaol Ferry Steps, joining South Bristol to the city centre. Like our other stores, it’s full to the brim with organic fruit and veg, organic and fair trade groceries, health and bodycare, ethical household goods, organic beer (lots of it) and wine. This store has the added bonus of a sunny outdoor terrace adjoining the café, perfect in the summer. The café serves all kinds of organic treats. We have brunch and lunches to have in or takeaway, fresh juices, teas and coffees. Because we know the importance of elevenses, you’ll also find a selection of delicious cakes and snacks.

  • Better Food Company – St Werburghs Shop & Café

    Better Food Company is an independent organic supermarket and café in inner city Bristol selling everything from bread and deli products, books, wine, meat and cleaning products, and of course fresh fruit and vegetables, many from their own organic growing operation in North Somerset. The café serves fresh and tasty organic food and snacks, Sunday roasts and breakfasts. BFC also delivers fruit and veg boxes locally, using locally-sourced produce.

  • The Three Chimneys & The House Over-By

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    Restaurant on the Isle of Skye which uses as much fresh, local, organic produce as possible. Makes virtually all of its own food including jams, soups, puddings, chocolates and bread. Speciality is fresh Skye seafood; there are always vegetarian options. Hugely supportive of a growing local horticultural movement to encourage as much fresh produce to be grown and used as possible. Luxury accommodation in six rooms next door in The House Over-By. Booking essential. The restaurant is routinely regarded as one of the best in the world and appears on many fine dining lists.

  • Stepney City Farm Café

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    Whether you want to relax over coffee and cake, have lunch with friends and family or need a quiet corner to work in, our farm café is the perfect retreat from London’s buzzing streets. Voted Best Eatery in the Urban Food Awards, we pride ourselves on providing beautiful, seasonal plates of food inspired by the fruit and vegetables growing on the Farm. During the week there are light breakfasts and lunches, on Saturday there is a takeaway menu to compliment the farmers’ Market and on Sunday we have our special brunch service.

  • Charlotte’s W5

    We serve great British food and drink every day from 8am till late in our stunning converted Victorian stable block at Dickens Yard in Ealing Broadway. We strive to bring you a diverse menu filled with flavoursome dishes using local seasonal ingredients handled with care. Quality, provenance, sustainability and value are foremost in our thinking.

  • Charlotte’s Bistro

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    We take great pride in sourcing high quality local produce and handle it with great care. Working with only seasonal ingredients, about a third of our menu changes every month.

  • The Riverford Field Kitchen

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    Eating in The Riverford Field Kitchen is something to remember. We think great food tastes even better when you enjoy it with other people, so you will share your table with fellow diners for a feast of the freshest seasonal produce from our fields. Uniquely, there is just one sitting and the whole restaurant is served together at the same time. Booking is required. We do things differently at The Riverford Field Kitchen. There’s no starters and no mains. We bring dishes to your table in one long flow – a set menu of six-eight dishes celebrating the seasonal produce in our surrounding fields and garden.  Combinations of hot and cold seasonal salads, inspiring veg dishes and grass reared meat or sustainable fish. Portions are generous and there’ll be plenty to go around. When it comes to pudding, we’ll invite you up to the kitchen to choose from a wickedly tempting selection.

  • River Cottage Kitchen & Deli Winchester

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    Dine on the finest the season has to offer, in the peaceful and verdant setting of Abbey Mill Gardens; located close to the city centre and Winchester’s main tourist attractions. The menu showcases a mix of seasonal, local, organic and wild produce, with meat coming from local farms that produce free range and organic meat to the highest welfare standards. Fish and shellfish come from local day boats and other sustainable sources in the South West. Looking to host an event? Our facilities are available for private hire or private dining. Get in touch for further details.

  • River Cottage Kitchen & Deli Bristol

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    River Cottage Canteen Bristol is an award winning restaurant based in the Clifton area of Bristol, serving up simple, delicious dishes of the best local produce prepared freshly every day by chefs who are dedicated to creating the finest tastes in the most sustainable way. The menu showcases a mix of seasonal, local, organic and wild produce, with meat coming from local farms that produce free range and organic meat to the highest welfare standards. Fish and shellfish come from local day boats and other sustainable sources in the South West. Most of the canteen’s vegetables and fruit are grown within 50 miles of Bristol. Guests can enjoy a relaxed lunch and evening meal or book in for one of the event nights, with live music, talks, demos and much more going on each week.

  • River Cottage Kitchen & Deli Axminster

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    The River Cottage Canteen and Deli Axminster showcases the very best the South West has to offer. A two-minute diversion off the A35 between Dorchester and Exeter, our award-winning restaurant and deli celebrates our famous ethos about fine seasonal, locally-produced produce. Serving up simple, delicious dishes of the best local produce prepared freshly every day by chefs who are dedicated to creating the finest tastes in the most sustainable way. The menu showcases a mix of seasonal, local, organic and wild produce, with meat coming from local farms that produce free range and organic meat to the highest welfare standards. Fish and shellfish come from local day boats and other sustainable sources in the South West. Most of the canteen’s vegetables and fruit are grown within 50 miles of Axminster. Guests can enjoy a relaxed breakfast, lunch and evening meal or book in for one of the event nights, with live music, talks, demos and much more going on each week.

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