Northampton England Food
Danny Tompkins, who was named Chef of the Year at the 2019 Northamptonshire Food and Drink Awards, will be unveiling his new restaurant Burnt Lemon Chefs, which will give you the chance to sample some of his award-winning dishes. The menu includes a variety of dishes such as chicken and pork, fish and chips, burgers, sandwiches, salads and pastries, to name a few, and lunches, dinners and snacks. Coinciding with the restaurant's opening day on Saturday 6 October, Bur Burned Lemon will also be the first of its kind to be launched in the UK.
You also have stocks of bread, milk and eggs, including for local supplies, and you have the option of "Fill the Fridge," a weekly rolling food delivery service that replenishes your fridge in Northampton and around the city. The delicious food includes loaded fries, burgers, sandwiches and shakes, and often they combine foods that can be canned or vegetables with signposts such as chicken, fish and chips, salads and pastries.
Cromwell Cottage also has a fascinating secret: it was once known as the restaurant under the bridge and played host to various hoaxes when Oliver Cromwell used it as a hideout for the long-haired Cavaliers. Another aspect that might appeal to amateur historians is the fact that he cuts Northampton Market, from where traders would bring sheep.
After closing in 1974, the brand recently started making beer at Albion Brewery on Kingswell Street. Albion Bar opened in 2015 and offers a new line of gin distillate brands, available in different flavours depending on the season.
The food is really great, the staff are really competent and attentive and the cuisine produces some of the best local grubs I've ever had in a pub or restaurant. The wine list, the friendly staff serving drinks and a wide selection of beers and wines, I like very much.
The team is in the process of designing the menu for you, so keep an eye out for the new dishes. The new menu will be shared on our Facebook page this week and we will share it with all of you on the site as soon as possible.
Northamptonshire County Council said: "We worked closely with colleagues at Greencore following the Covid 19 outbreak, supported by Public Health England in the Midlands. Shore Capital said Marks & Spencer, whose Marks & Spencer is supplied by the GreenCore site in Northampton, had "supported and worked closely with Green Core" to reduce production losses. Green Core said it had been a "hugely understandable and supportive response" to the outbreak.
There are several charities that provide cheap or free food to those in need in Northamptonshire, with the Trussell Trust food bank on hand to help. They can also visit the Northampton Centre for food and other assistance and anyone who needs it can learn more about basic needs.
There are emergency foodbanks in the county and Rugby Food Bank is the only one of its kind in Northamptonshire. The service is open to all Northampton residents and is available Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm and Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm. There are venues in Rugby, Rugby Town Centre, St Mary's Church, Northhampton and St Paul's Cathedral.
The Wintergarten Restaurant is a really nice place for an afternoon and a good starting point and end point for a local walk. The property is open in the summer months, when you can admire the Corinthian pilasters and parapets in front of the hall and the decorated interiors. If that wasn't enough, there are a few other vegan-friendly restaurants in Northampton, including a vegan cafe at Rugby Town Centre, a vegetarian restaurant at St Mary's and an organic cafe at St Paul's Church.
If you are a local from Corby, there is a great place to enjoy the full baking experience with delicious treats.
Located not far from Northampton city centre, it is a haven to relax and unwind with friends, family and colleagues. An afternoon at Grosvenor is a great alternative to a walk through the streets of North Southampton or a walk along the old railway line to Brampton in winter. We landed at Brampton's, an idyllic country inn in a picturesque village near the Bramton Chapel. The pub has a traditional flair and is actually the only one of its kind in England, and it behaves like a pub.
Northamptonshire has many great restaurants, pubs, cafes, shops, restaurants and hotels, making it the perfect holiday destination.
Coton Manor and Garden is just 10 km from Northampton town centre, so the enthusiasm for this upmarket estate is undimmed. The museum is a museum in the former home of William Shakespeare and his wife Elizabeth and other members of his family.
At the beginning of the 12th century Simon Senlis, Earl of Huntingdon, of Northampton, began the construction of a castle on the site of the present Coton Manor and Garden. From there, the country developed into the shoemaker and leather capital of England, with the development of leather goods such as leather moulds, leather shoes and even leather belts.