Bernard Hall, Cuddington
From Bradmoor Farm
By Haddenham Webteam - 1st October 2014 10:25am
A new opportunity to buy local food and produce has opened in Haddenham, with the added benefit of providing a rather attractive and enticing cafe to relax and catch up with friends while you're doing your shopping.
Bradmoor Farm has now opened its doors to customers at its impressive Farm Shop and Cafe located at the northern (Cuddington) end of Stanbridge Road, between the Medical Centre and the junction with Churchway.
The shop is selling a wide range of local fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as a wonderful choice of breads and pastries — the latter providing gorgeously tempting aromas in and around the bread isles: ...mmm, so hard to resist! There are also some very special offerings by way of locally produced oils, sauces and dressings.
Also available are pet foods and accessories.
The coffee shop and restaurant offers an impressive selection of hot and cold meals, snacks, takeaways and pastries.
The restaurant is fortunate to have a very well know local chef at the helm and owners hope that the food offerings in choice and originality will be hard to beat.
From breakfast onwards the aim is to cater for everyone from the discerning individual to large groups, building daily menus around customer preferences.
Opening hours will also be adjusted to suit customer requirements in the coming months, but for the moment Bradmoor Farm Shop will be open from 9.00am until 5.00pm. The food service will be open from 9.00am serving hot food until 3.00pm, with the shop serving light bites, sandwiches, paninis, cakes, coffee and pastries until 5.00pm.
Why not pop in and see what they have to offer? You'll be sure of a warm welcome.
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