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Sunday lunch feasting

Sunday lunch, but not as you know it

Forget everything you think you know about going out to a pub for Sunday lunch and join us for an end-of-the-week feast.

Unlike the usual pub Sunday lunch experience, The Farmers Arms Sunday lunch involves a compilation of dishes served family style, so everyone can get stuck in to what they like best. All the edibles are made in-house and, in most cases, from own-reared and -grown produce from Birch Farm.

Begin your meal with house charcuterie, potted meats and veggie pâté, a tureen of steaming seasonal soup, springy homebaked sourdough and hand-cut crisps served with herby dip.

The main-course platter of veggies, roasted meats, gargantuan Yorkshire puddings and roasties takes centre stage, but try and save a little room for dessert or you’ll kick yourself later.

Sunday lunch at The Farmers Arms, Woolsery, nr Clovelly, North Devon

Our Executive Chef Ian Webber has designed the puddings to change with the seasons: in winter, sticky steamed sponge and caramelised rice pudding reign; in autumn, crisp tarts filled with the season’s orchard and hedgerow fruits (served with proper custard) are the order of the day; while summer brings creative trifles showcasing fruits and herbs grown in our greenhouses.

Reservations are always recommended. Take a look at the menu.

The Farmers Arms
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