Food & Folk #2 at Brantwood

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Our first food & folk night was a huge success, selling out of tickets after just 3 weeks so we’ve decided to host Food & Folk #2. We invite you to another evening full of Food & Folk.

For just £35 per person and including Chef’s snack & welcome drink on arrival, a 4 course tasting menu & live folk music all night!

For our second night we needed to up the ante so we have a big name in the folk community… Chuck Fish! Chuck is an American folk singer with some Irish influences, he really knows how to rock. Also playing will be Cold Harbour Road & Christian Stretton.

Join us for a relaxed gathering celebrating good food, good music, and good company.

We decided to put a slight American twist on the 4 course tasting menu, please check out the options below, we have a Scavenger’s menu packed with hearty meat options influenced by local ingredients & our Herbalist’s menu for the vegetarians, this one is bursting with unique flavour combinations and great textures!




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Lakeland Retreats do not run this event. For accurate, up to date information, please contact the organiser.
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