Our Dinner Menu

Served from 6pm – 9pm

Some dishes may contain allergens, please ask for details

Starters


Cider poached pig cheeks £7
Beer pickled onions, black pudding hash, crispy bacon, cider sauce

Crab and scallop ravioli £9.5

Langoustine bisque, spiced tomato fondue

Tempura battered courgette flower £8.5 (V)
Filled with goats cheese mouse served with nasturtium, summer truffle honey

Torched mackerel £7.5
Gin compressed cucumber, fennel emulsion, kohlrabi, sea aster

Mains


Rump and neck of lamb £19.5
Jersey Royals, braised gem lettuce, peas, smoked bacon, turnips, lamb jus

Cod fillet £19
Chive potatoes, foraged mushrooms, spinach, fennel, seaweed sauce

Guinea fowl supreme £18.5
Butter poached potatoes, watercress puree, heirloom carrots and tarragon sauce

Artichoke, spring onion and lemon pappardelle £15 (V)
Pecorino cheese sauce

Desserts


The Clive tidy £6
Our take on the classic Eton mess.
Summer berries, white chocolate mousse, elderflower meringue, vanilla Chantilly

Red velvet £6.5
Micro sponge, ruby chocolate ganache and buttercream sorbet

Manjari Chocolate delice £7.5
Pistachio, cherries

Coffee souffle £9.5
Biscotti, salted caramel ice cream

Peach melba £6
Peach, raspberry, vanilla ice cream

A Selection of Farm shop ice creams and sorbets
1 scoop £3, 2 scoops £4.5, 3 scoops £6

The Cheese Menu

All served with cheeseboard chutney, celery and savoury biscuits


Please choose any of the following cheeses
3 cheeses £8.5, 4 cheeses £10.5, 5 cheeses £12.5

Hard Cheese

Oakly Park Cheddar – Named after our Estate, Oakly Park is a classic, robust, raw milk cheddar. We leave it to mature for a minimum of 15 months, resulting in an outstanding cheese with a creamy texture and complex flavour

Shropshire – Records for a cheese called Shropshire, cousin to a classic Cheshire, date back to 1562. Our interpretation produces a cheese with a deep, rich flavour, and is as authentic as the passage of almost half a millennium allows. We mature the cheese in our dairy for 12 months to develop its character and are proud to be able to offer it to the public for the first time in almost a century.

Bringewood – Bringewood is a supple, washed rind cheese, handmade in our dairy. It won Gold at the British Cheese Awards in 2017

Blue Cheese

Remembered Hills – We make Remembered Hills Blue in the Farmshop using milk from our dairy herd. It has a rich flavour and crumbly texture, similar to a traditional Stilton. It was voted Best Blue Cheese in Britain when entered at the British Cheese Awards.

Ludlow Blue – This blue cheese is creamy in flavour and, uniquely, uses organic carrot juice to get its trade mark orange colour.

Ewes Milk Cheese


Shropshire Ewe – Ludlow Farmshop supports a local farm by taking milk from its sheep to make this semi-hard cheese. With subtle flavour and hints of light caramel, this won Silver at the British Cheese Awards 2019

Soft Cheese

The Cheese with no name – The Cheese With No Name is a soft, mould ripened cheese that has been enriched with cream. With a melting texture in the mouth


Afternoon Teas

Served Monday to Saturday, from 2 – 4 pm


Spoil yourself with an assortment of delicious finger sandwiches, scone with clotted cream and a selection of cakes

£14.5 per person with Tea or Coffee
£17.5 per person with Prosecco