A popular food and drink venue in Sherwood is to start offering Sunday lunches following unprecedented demand’ from customers.
Artisan bakery, café and micropub The Bakehouse, on Mansfield Road in Sherwood will start opening on Sundays from March 5 in response to requests from regular customers.
Sunday lunches will see the Bakehouse offer two different meat options plus a vegetarian dish each week, with one, two or three courses available. The pre-booked lunch service will run from 12pm to 4pm.
Owned by Michelin-trained chef Craig Poynter and his wife Rosea, the Bakehouse has made its name providing high quality food and drink using locally-sourced ingredients.
Craig says: “We are pleased to be able to introduce Sunday lunches to the Bakehouse’s already diverse offer.
“My passion is for big, bold flavours and our Sunday lunches will certainly deliver that. They’ll also reinforce the Bakehouse’s ethos of using locally-sourced, high quality produce. All the meat will be supplied by Sherwood’s famous butcher JT Beedham, and wherever possible all the fruit and vegetables we use are Nottinghamshire grown.
“Living locally, we’re keen to provide a venue that works with and benefits Sherwood’s bustling community – whether people are looking for a great Mother’s Day lunch, or to enjoy a cosy laid-back Sunday.
“We’ve always aimed to bring something truly different to Sherwood and its surrounding areas. The Bakehouse has been so well received by the local community since opening our doors in November, and we’re looking forward to continuing to grow.”
Sunday lunch service launches at the Bakehouse from March 5.