18th October 2017

Finding ourselves in Autumn and approaching Winter at a rate of knots has taken us a little by surprise at Field & Fork.  Summer seemed to fly by, the restaurant busy, busy and some large outside events meant we blinked and it had gone!

This, of course, hasn’t stopped the fantastic Autumn produce, probably one of my favourite seasons with all it has to offer.  Our menu teaming with game, the noble grouse given the respect it deserves, served simply with haggis croquettes, parsnip puree and rich game sauce.  Other moor and grassland fowl and hoofed animals keep it company; local partridge, pigeon and venison all vying for a space at your table.  Let’s not forget the bounty of vegetables available to… from wild mushrooms, parsley root, Jerusalem artichoke, squash, pumpkin; all deep earthy flavours, delicious as their own independent dishes and fantastic plate fellows to the above mentioned game.

Fish too channels its way between all the meat and vegetables for a space on the menu; our local cold coast giving us fantastic plaice, wild brill, halibut and gurnard; all wild, all sustainable and all delicious.

With so much on offer, it would be a shame not to come over!  Our newest menu, the “£12 set”, showcasing and maximising on seasonal availability and quality from our suppliers, is proving a great success.  Three courses of deliciousness available from 11.30am to 2.45pm every lunchtime.

I look forward to seeing you to enjoy all Field & Fork has to offer.  Happy Autumnal eating!


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