Belvoir Castle brasserie

New farm shop and brasserie turn Belvoir Castle into top quality food destination


A new farm Shop and high-end Brasserie has opened up at the Engine Yard shopping village on the Belvoir Castle estate to showcase the best local produce the area has to offer.

The new Farm Shop will source the highest quality, fresh and organic fruits, vegetables and groceries as well as freshly baked artisan bread on a daily basis directly from local growers and partners.

The new offer is being delivered in partnership with Wild Jacks, a local company that has its roots in farming, production and supply chain and is home to well-known Lincolnshire brands with a heritage in sustainability.

Locally sourced produce and a wide range of specialty items will be available either in store or to pre-order including a range aimed at children including healthy smoothies, marshmallow packs to toast, dinosaur pasta and children friendly vegan sauces. The finest artisan breads will be baked daily inhouse with zero waste packaging options for loose product.

The farm shop will also offer a picnic hire service offering breakfast boxes and luxury hampers for those wishing to stay and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. 

Looks bloody ace

Alongside this new venture is the creation of the new Brasserie located on the upper floor of the Fuel Tank. The classic brasserie menu features appetisers, starters and mains all made inhouse using fresh, seasonal ingredients. Beef, lamb, pheasant, venison, duck and partridge will feature in the seasonal menu and there will be a monthly game dinner and paired wine night during the shooting season.

While the Fuel Tank cafebar on the ground floor retains its informal and rustic feel, the upstairs Brasserie has been transformed into a fine dining setting to offer a premium and memorable high-end experience for a special occasion with a table reserved for all diners for pre and post drinks in the Balloon Bar to create a complete evening offer for couples, families and friends. 

It comes alongside the relaunch of the Engine Yard outdoor kitchens to bring a refreshed and revitalised food offer to the artisan shopping village. Also on the horizon is ‘The Duchess Parlour’ set to offer champagne, oyster bar and high tea.

The new additions are designed to complement the existing high quality food retail offer from The Country Victualler, Jorge Artisan Foods, Cocoa Amore and and Cherizena and of course Cafe Allez just a few steps awayto create a must visit destination for foodies, whether eating in or taking away.

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