Farm to Fork Night- In Partnership with Farm Wilder
Head to The Cloak and Dagger for a unique nose to tail, farm to fork dining experience and enjoy a sublime four-course meal accompanied by live talks on sustainable farming and brewing your own wines, beers and liqueurs. All ingredients are sourced through Farm Wilder and the Bristol Community farm. You will enjoy four courses combining fresh, intense Asian flavours from a set menu using traditional meat cuts adding a modern twist. Cooked for you by chef Chris Cowan and his team using only the finest local seasonal produce. Kitchen dining, friendly and professional service and boutique décor will make this dining experience hard to beat.
– Delicious four course meal
– Drinks pairing and talks from Ingrid from Dunleavy Vineyard Wines, Lisa Calder from Wyld Orchard and meet the Brewer talk from Lost and Grounded
– Talk with Tim Martin on sustainable farming and Bristol Community farm on local seasonal veg
– Unique dining experience
– Full menu with pairings to be announced shortly
Tickets £40 each
Buy your tickets through email@example.com or call 01173294758
17th January 2020
Seating at 7pm*
First course served at 7.30pm
*Please give yourself enough time to get a drink and find your seat before the event starts
This evening has a complete focus on how to eat meat ethically using sustainable suppliers, respecting countryside, encouraging natural wildlife and most importantly learning not to waste anything.
We source our meat through Buxton Butchers who are working closely with Farm Wilder to promote a sustainable ethos across the South West. Britain’s countryside is being devastated by intensive farming. Hedgehogs, Tree Sparrows, Cuckoos, Turtle Doves and many butterflies and bees have declined by over 90%.
Buying Farm Wilder food and drink supports more sustainable agriculture and helps to bring our wildlife back.
Tim from Farm Wilder will be here to talk about his proactive vision focusing on how farming is approached in this country and what can be done to protect our natural resources.
We will be serving a 4 course set menu, paired with local beers, wines and hand-crafted spirits from local producers Wyld Orchard @ Creative Juices (www.creativejuices.bar)
As part of the evening they will be introducing you to a selection of crafted fruit liqueurs and talking about some exiting upcoming workshops about home fermentation & making your own delicious & healthy foods and drinks.
This evening is advanced booking only. More details are to follow but to register interest in this event please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org