Broomfields Of Holt
In our farm kitchen; enjoy the food experience from local fields and our orchards, through our kitchen and to your fork, seasonally.
Broomfields Of Holt philosophy is to cook and serve top quality, seasonal food using the produce that has been grown on nearby farms and the fantastic ingredients which are sold in the Farm Shop. Our menu changes with the seasons and is inspired by the produce grown nearby and in our orchards.
All our food is cooked fresh to order by our Chef’s who take pride in producing delicious homemade meals for you to enjoy in the comfort of the Farm Kitchen. We invite you to enjoy your morning’s breakfast, delicious lunches and afternoon tea here at Broomfields.
We welcome everyone to enjoy visiting the Farm Kitchen, we are fully accessible by wheelchair and we’re also pram friendly. You are welcome to bring along your dog to sit with you in our outside seating area, but unfortunately we do not allow dogs inside.
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