It’s not often that we get a decent summer in England. When you get a Sunny Sunday there’s only one thing for it: ROADTRIP. This time it was to Daylesford farm restaurant in the Cotswolds, about 1.5 hours from London.
We were introduced to Daylesford through their farm shop in London’s Notting Hill, where we would stop for linnets of heritage tomatoes and fresh farm produce. The tomatoes are always beautiful colours and so sweet – perfect for a summer Greek salad.
We had lunch in the beautiful restaurant in a bright converted barn. The menu was made up of fresh farm seasonal produce. The burrata with heritage tomatoes (are you sensing a theme?) was yum. I also tried one of their newly-launched cold-pressed juices – show me a green juice and I’m all over it! We finished with the cheeseboard – again, all homemade and generous portions.
Outside, there is a separate pizza bar, a beautifully manicured courtyard and a separate barn for the nursery.