Fullards Farm Food
As farmers and primary producers of food it is our aim to provide guests with locally produced, locally sourced food when available. Our breakfast menu gives details of our local suppliers.
Breakfast is served in the farmhouse dining room where we offer a full English breakfast or lighter options such as fruit, yoghurt or cereals. The Fullards Farm full English breakfast includes as many ingredients as is seasonally possible from Woodhurst and the surrounding villages including Oldhurst sausages, Somersham bacon and Hilton eggs. Tomatoes and potatoes come from our vegetable patch, when in season. We provide homemade bread using organic flour and nearby Glebe Farm, Kings Ripton, provide our muesli and porridge oats.
There is a large selection of homemade jams, jellies and marmalades including the Three Fruit Marmalade which took 1st prize in the marmalade class at the Gransden & District Agricultural Show 2010. Our honey is supplied by a local beekeeper and our apple juice comes from orchards at nearby Hemingford Grey.
We were delighted to be announced winners of the Best Breakfast Category at the Huntingdonshire Food and Drink Awards in 2008 and 2010. Particular comment was made by the judges of the local provenance and quality of our ingredients. Click here for the 2008 Hunts Post article or here to see the 2010 article. We also hold an Enjoy England Breakfast Award.
Evening meals are available on prior request, these are prepared using seasonal home grown and local produce when available. A two course meal is available at £17.50 per head, a three course meal is available at £22.50 per head. If there are two or more in your party we would be grateful if you could choose the same main course. A flavour of the spring menu is given below.
- Local Asparagus topped with a Free Range Poached Egg
- Homemade Pea & Mint Soup
- Smoked Chicken Breast served with Green Leaves and Homemade Chutney
- Melon, Prawn and Cucumber Cocktail
- "SMOG" - Local Pork Sausages served with Mashed Potatoes and Onion Gravy
- Chicken Breast Roasted with Leeks, Tomatoes and Tarragon and served with New Potatoes and Salad
- Salmon Steak with Sweet Chilli Dressing and Seasonal Vegetables
- Vegetable Crumble
- Rhubarb & Custard Tart
- Pannacotta served with Fresh Berries
- Warmed Chocolate Brownie with Crème Fraiche
- English Cheese Board and a selection of Chutneys (for two people or £3 surcharge)
Coffee, Tea or herbal tea
The Local Links page provides details of some local pubs. Booking is often a necessity for evening meals at the popular pubs and restaurants in the area. We personally recommend The Crown at Broughton, The Cock at Hemingford and The Old Bridge Hotel at Huntingdon. The Mad Cat at Pidley offers no nonsense old fashioned pub grub favourites.
A selection of homemade jams, marmalades, jellies, chutneys together with local honey and apple juice are available for sale (subject to availability). To hear Neil's interview on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire in Autumn 2007 on the subject of homemade jams and chutneys, please click here
Fullards Farm's renowned homemade Figgy or Christmas Puddings, Christmas Cream Sauce and Christmas Chutney are available to order, please choose the button to the left to visit our Home-Made Produce Page for details.