Food Festival 2011: Special Menus

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Many of the Town’s pubs, restaurants and cafes will be offering special menus throughout the week, focusing on local produce.
The details are still being finalised in some cases (as at 24 September) – please do come back for updates or contact the eateries direct, who can also advise on exact opening hours and booking details.

Featured eateries include:

Arundel Castle Restaurant
www.arundelcastle.org
T: 01903 882173
An impressive restaurant and café in the heart of Arundel Castle, offering special menus throughout the week using local produce. More details of their Food Festival specials later.
Open to Castle visitors only, 10.30 – 4.30, closed Mondays

Bay Tree Restaurant
21 Tarrant Street
www.thebaytreearundel.com
T: 01903 883679
In a calm and elegant and historic 16th building, The Bay Tree offers you the taste of Arundel; the best local produce with a contemporary twist. More details of their Food Festival specials to come.
Closed Sunday evenings and Mondays

Belinda’s Tea Room Restaurant
13 Tarrant Street
T: 01903 882977
Arundel’s quaintest and quintessential English tearoom! Special menu includes Slindon Pumpkin soup, Sussex Stew and dumplings, blackberry and apple crumble using fruit from local gardens & allotments, not to mention Belinda’s Famous Special Rock Cakes. Open daily 9 – 5

The Eagle
41 Tarrant Street
www.theeaglearundel.com
T: 01903 882304
A characterful, traditional and cosy pub well known for its great homemade food, especially the Sunday Roasts. All the meals are prepared using locally sourced produce. More details of their Food Festival specials to come.

Farids Kitchen
Castle Mews, Tarrant St
www.faridskitchen.com
T: 01903 883477
Farids Kitchen offers flavoursome cuisine which is predominately French, fresh and light with no buttery or creamy sauces, with a hint of Moroccan spice. Their suppliers are predominantly local, including fish from Littlehampton. In October they will be focusing more on game which is sourced locally. More details of their Food Festival specials to come.

Gaskyns Restaurant & Cafe
4-6 Queen Street
www.gaskyns.co.uk
T: 01903 884392
Relatively new family run restaurant and café with a growing reputation. A strong emphasis on local produce, and seasonal menus. Activities within the Food Festival include a special Farmers Market Supper on Saturday 15th October, and throughout the Food Festival the café will feature Pumpkin Soup and a specially devised Food Festival quiche.

La Campagnia
51 High Street
www.la-campania.co.uk
T: 01903 884500
More details of their Food Festival specials to come. Also contact La Campagnia to book for the Processional Supper on Sunday 16 October.

Marmaduke Scarlet
17 Tarrant Street
T: 01903 885350
A café specialising in cake! Their Food festival special is a plum crumble cake.
Open daily (not evenings).

Osteria
41 High Street
www.pappardelle.co.uk
T: 01903 882024
Find out what happens when you combine the best of Arundel’s seasonal and local produce with contemporary café style. Details of Food Festival special dishes to follow. Osteria will be hosting Festival Scrabble on Saturday mornings during the Food Festival.

Partners Café
25a High Street
T: 01903 882018
Food Festival breakfasts and lunches with a focus on local produce.
Open daily except Mondays (not evenings).

The Red Lion
45 High Street
www.redlionarundel.com
T: 01903 882214
The Red Lion menu always includes locally sourced home cooked food – and the Food Festival Specials include special Taste of Sussex platters. Special Arundel Food Festival ales from local breweries also available.

Sparks Yard
18 Tarrant Street
www.sparksyard.com
T: 01903 885588
First floor café has a special Food Festival Sundae – Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream Sundae!
Open daily (not evenings).

Swan Hotel
27-29 High Street
Visit the Swan Hotel on Fullers.co.uk
T: 01903 882314
The whole autumn menu features a great deal of season and local specials. More details of their Food Festival specials to come.

Swanbourne Lodge Lunches & Teas
Mill Road
www.swanbournelodge.co.uk
T: 01903 884293
Festival specials celebrating local apples with at least two special apple cakes.
Open daily (not evenings).

Waterside Tea Garden & Bistro
Mill Road (on the riverbank adjoining Jubilee Gardens)
www.riversideteagardens.com
T: 01903 882609
New owners are really transforming this waterside café and bistro – as their 4 Food Festival special dishes illustrate
•    Terrine of local game, with juniper & wild herbs & home made green tomato and saffron chutney
•    Salad of pan fried pigeon breast & pancetta, topped with poached hens egg, bitter leaves and sweet cherry & honey dressing
•    Trio of West Sussex lamb (slow cooked shoulder topped with fig jus, double loin of lamb), with wilted chard and beetroot gallette potato
•    Lamb hot pot

More details of other places to eat in Arundel can be found on www.arundel.org.uk

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