Best of British, coming to a plate near you
Sunday 14 September 2008
From Saturday until 5 October, restaurants around the UK are celebrating home-grown produce during British Food Fortnight.
Between 25 September and 2 October, chefs from the Lake District's Sharrow Bay will bring Cumbrian cuisine to the Fifth Floor Restaurant, Harvey Nichols, 109-125 Knightsbridge, London (020-7235 5250; harveynichols.com).
Next weekend, TV chef Matt Tebbutt will offer special dishes of wild and foraged foods, including wood pigeon and snails, at The Fox Hunter, Nantyderry, Abergavenny (01873 881101; thefoxhunter.com).
A five-course Yorkshire tasting menu will be served from Friday until 27 September at Melton's, 7 Scarcroft Road, York (01904 634341; meltonsrestaurant. co.uk), including Whitby crab with pasta.
The Oh So British menu at The Red Lion Inn, Clanville, Andover, Hampshire (01264 771007; theredlion.co.uk), will feature classic British dishes such as steak, kidney and Guinness pudding.
The three-course British Food Fortnight dinner at The Red Lion, High Street, Hinxton, Cambridgeshire (01799 530 601; redlionhinxton.co.uk) on 25 September includes hot smoked Wiltshire rainbow trout from River Farm Smokery in Bottisham.
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