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Organic food in Norfolk | Get Back to the Garden!

Posted by Luci Ackers on 4 November 2016
Related property: Barnham Broom
Organic food in Norfolk | Get Back to the Garden!

Looking for something a bit different this winter?

Why not head on over to Back to the Garden? This wonderful little Norfolk gem is close to the popular towns of Letheringsett and Holt, just off the A148. Perfect for foody people, here you'll find tasty treats, good quality produce and homemade goodness.

A collection of farm buildings has been transformed into a quaint organic food complex including a farm shop, butchers, artisan deli and restaurant. Back to the Garden makes for a wonderful stop-off while you're exploring the Norfolk countryside by road.

If you're coming for a sit-down meal there is both a restaurant and a café on site. The restaurant serves a year round menu as well as its seasonal menu which changes by the day or week depending on what produce is currently at its very best. Sit in the 18th century barn building or, in the warmer months you can sit outside amongst the beautiful garden.

If you didn't want to have an eat-in lunch, why not pick something up for later? There's a huge range of organic produce to choose from. The company itself owns a farm just four miles away and the majority of the butcher's free range meat comes from here: the sheep, cattle and poultry are able to roam around in the pastures along the River Stiffkey. At the deli you can buy British salami and artisan cheeses, or choose from the selection of fruit and veg on offer, organic bread, milk and treats.

Whatever you fancy, Back to the Garden has the very best of organic British food, produced under the wide skies of Norfolk. Great tasting food, with a feel-good factor.

Take a look at their website here.

It's simple enough to get here from Barnham Broom and lies just off the A148 just outside of Letheringsett. Find out how to stay here in Norfolk yourself, pop your details in at the bottom of the page.

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Luci Ackers

Luci Ackers

Luci loves getting out and about for a good cycle ride or easy-going walks in the countryside, and thoroughly enjoyed the time she previously spent working for the National Trust. Her love of writing started from a young age and on rainy days nothing beats curling up in a secret corner with a good book.

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