Popular Cheeses, Breads and our unique Ploughman’s Lunch extras
Imagine a man ploughing fields and eating a simple lunch of home baked bread, cheese produced in his own or a local dairy, orchard apples in season or pickles when fresh produce is scarce.
Following rationing during and after the second world war, the Milk Marketing Board encouraged pubs to serve a Ploughman’s Lunch, which became extremely popular during the 70s and perfectly complemented the influx of good wines to the UK during the 80s.
These days, people still enjoy a good Ploughman’s Lunch but have wider ranging tastes and higher expectations – for which we cater! Of course, we deliver freshly baked bread, a good mature cheddar cheese and a selection of pickles but our menus include a variety of additions and alternatives: salads, paté, brie, cakes and more. We offer a choice of three basic Ploughman’s Lunch menus for your friends or business guests to enjoy but please contact us to discuss any extras or substitutions.