Our first profile focuses on town-centre favourite and all-round champion of local produce: The Pantry. The Pantry is situated in the Guineas Shopping Centre, but don’t be fooled by its urban location. When you walk through the doors you are transported into a country farm shop and restaurant. Warm woods and natural decor welcomes you in and an open kitchen allows you to watch the chefs at work, hear the sizzle of your favourite dish on the stove and smell the mouth-watering aromas of some of the freshest ingredients.
The Pantry offers three different services all rolled into one. During the day it is a bustling cafe/restaurant serving brunch, lunch or coffee to shoppers and passers-by. At the same time it operates as a deli selling deliciously fresh local produce.
In the evening it becomes a relaxed restaurant offering a wide menu along with long list of delicious cocktails where you can enjoy an evening meal, or alternatively a few warm-up drinks before a night out.
For more information about The Pantry and to get in touch, click here.
British Food Fortnight has been going since 2002 and was originally established to pull together all of the many fantastic food initiatives, projects and events taking place across the country. It is held in the autumn at the same time as harvest festival and has grown into the biggest annual, national celebration of British food and Drink.
If you’d like to find out more about all the fantastic places to eat in Newmarket, click here to browse our website.
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We’ve put together a list of events and happenings over the next few weeks for those who may have thought ‘what is there to do around me this Festive Season?’
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30/10/2018Newmarket’s tourism boost
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16/10/2018Fred Archer, one of Newmarket’s legends
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05/10/2018How do Thoroughbred auctions work?
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