Upon wakening to lovely sunny morning, I realised that it was Sunday. What better way to spend the day than visiting a village pub for a proper lunch? A traditional British Sunday dinner used to be dished up weekly as part of my growing up - My mum's seriously does rock! Now it has turned into a rarity for me, so I do treasure a good Sunday dinner. Twiny (Lucy) and I decided to meet at The Farmhouse, so I thought i'd bring you along with me!
We skipped inside, ordered our dinners at the bar then made ourselves comfortable underneath the terrace and enjoyed the early afternoon sun.
What better way to spend a Sunday off, than enjoying the weather at a pretty pub and now for the best bit, enjoy a delicious Sunday dinner?
The Farmhouse seriously know their Sunday lunches. The rich gravy was mouth watering (almost better than my mums!) and while the homemade yorkie puds may look a tad flat, they were still delicious! Served with traditional crunchy vegetables, I went for roast Beef and it was cooked perfectly.
We both thoroughly enjoyed our lunches, I can't wait for my next one!
The Farmhouse offer a selection of guest ales. I went for a golden ale, perfect to finish up a good meal.
As we were having such a lovely traditional Sunday, enjoying the British summer weather, how could we resist their strawberries and cream? Their homemade shortbread biscuits perfectly complimented the fresh, sweet, zingy, creamy goodness!
That afternoon we ventured over to The Countryman - Humberston, for their first 'Sunday Sessions' acoustic night. We got there around 6pm and the place was heaving. Locals anticipating the night ahead and what a night it was! Great music, great company and great atmosphere! You can catch their next Sunday Session 6th September.