Join us for a pop-up Lunch as part of Local Food Britain’s first countryside food and drink festival at Priory Farm, Nutfield on Saturday, September 15.
Celebrating seasonal ingredients and a passion for open-fire cooking, we will be cooking up a feast cooked over fire served in the picturesque barn overlooking the lakes at Priory Farm, featuring a range of approved Local Food Britain producers.
Raspberry and Basil Spritz
COFFEE AND LIME SMOKED DUCK
w/ aubergine pickle, pink pickled onions, fig and walnut bread
CHILLI, FENNEL & ORANGE PORK
Burnt apple sauce
Radish, spring onion and poppy seed salad
Griddled courgette w/ chilli and chervil
Coal roast squash w/ kale and cobnuts
w/ Gin and Blackberry curd ice-cream
A great opportunity to experience dining with a difference with old friends or new, brunch will be served around our shared family-style dining tables. Don't worry, we'll make sure you're with all your pals - and you might even leave with some new ones!
Tickets are £29 including a 3-course brunch and welcome drink. For any further drinks, it's Bring Your Own.
If you're keen to bring young children, please send us a quick message!
We will have limited capability to cater for dietary requirements without advance warning, due to the set menu nature of the event, so please let us know about anything relevant prior to booking your tickets.
Please note that the menu is subject to change.
Further information will be issued to all booked guests 48 hours prior to the event.
Based in Reigate, The Salt Box was born out of a passion for local produce and seasonal ingredients. Never confined by four walls, we've set out on an adventure to bring people together through food and fire in and around the South East of England. Find out more about The Salt Box at http://www.wearethesaltbox.co.uk, or follow us on Social Media using @thesaltboxuk.
Find our more about the Local Food Britain Food Festival at http://localfoodbritain.com/surrey/articles/local-food-britain-announces-its-first-countryside-food-and-drink-festival.
The festival will be open from 10am to 4pm; entry is £2 per person, and free for children aged under 16, and includes entry to Priory Farm's Discovery Walk (normally £3 per person). A 25% donation of all ticket sales will go to a local charity.