At The Old Kennels, we have a thriving kitchen garden that’s dedicated to cultivating the freshest, home-grown produce all year round. Our mission is simple yet profound: we want to provide our kitchen with the finest ingredients straight from our garden on a daily basis.
By spring 2025, our goal is to have 75% of the ingredients used in our dishes come directly from our kitchen garden. This ambitious target not only reflects our commitment to serving you the very best in quality and taste but also underscores our dedication to sustainability.
We understand the importance of seasonality in food. Our kitchen garden will always remain in tune with the natural cycles, ensuring that the dishes we create are not only delicious but also respect the rhythms of the Earth. We believe in celebrating the unique flavours and offerings that each season brings.
Connecting with Our Roots
We are passionate about fostering a deep connection between our guests and the food they enjoy. Our kitchen garden isn’t just about growing ingredients; it’s a platform for education and understanding. We want you to know exactly where your food comes from and appreciate the love and care that goes into every meal we serve.
REDUCING OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT
Sustainability is at the heart of what we do. By growing our own produce on-site, we are actively working to reduce our carbon footprint and minimize food miles. This means fresher ingredients, less transportation, and a healthier planet.
Stay Tuned for Our 2023 Diary
We’re eager to share the journey of our kitchen garden with you. Keep an eye out for our 2023 diary, where we’ll document all the exciting developments, challenges, and triumphs of our garden throughout the year. From planting to harvest, we want you to be a part of our story.
Join us on this incredible journey towards a more sustainable, flavourful, and connected culinary experience. Together, we can savour the difference that home-grown, seasonally relevant produce can make. Thank you for being a part of our commitment to better food and a brighter future.