Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
St Mary's Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 19th September 2014 1:45pm
From October 1st a new farm shop will be opening in Haddenham, located at Bradmoor Farm on Stanbridge Road.
The shop will be selling a wide range of local fresh products and consumables along with pet foods and accessories. In addition the venue will feature a comfortable coffee shop and restaurant, offering a wide 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.
The food service will be open from 9.00am serving hot food until 3.00pm, with the shop remaining open until 5.00pm, serving light bites, sandwiches, panini's, cakes, coffee and pastries.
Staff would also like to offer a service to their business customers giving them the opportunity to express their requirements so that the restaurant can aim to match customers' choices and price point, turning those conference lunches into something a little different from the mainstay.
If you need somewhere to meet, catch up with colleagues, or prepare before a meeting in a pleasant environment then why not give the new farm shop a try; WiFi is free and you can stay as long as you want.
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