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“Amazing! The location was inspiring and somehow the energy in the room was palpable. I was nervous before I arrived as I didn’t know what - or who - to expect but I was put at ease within minutes and everyone was so friendly and interesting.”
Sue Wingate | WeFiFo Guest
Say hello to culinary collective Jim and Odile Sutcliffe from Horncastle. Together they run Lincolnshire’s best-kept secret, The Secret Passage Supper Club. Guests join the table in their 18th century home to indulge in the finest ingredients Lincolnshire has to offer. By day Jim is a butcher at his family-run business, Meridian Meats in Louth, where he sells the finest cuts of beef and other local specialities such as stuffed chine and haslet. Odile is the proud owner of Louth’s local beauty salon.
Both Jim and Odile take great pleasure in the joy of creating great food to share with friends, family and their local community. The menu at each of their Supper Clubs will centre around homegrown, locally sourced and seasonal produce. WeFiFo guest Maria attended her first Secret Passage Supper Club and said: “We are not folks who usually eat out as we are usually disappointed. This event however, ticked every box and changed our minds about this exciting way to enjoy good food.”
So, if you haven’t done so already we highly recommend pulling up a seat at a Secret Passage Supper Club table. We promise you won’t regret it.
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