We're fans of Ludlow and the surrounding area, having been to the Food Festival and Medieval Festival a number of times. This was the first time that we had been to the Food Centre, after it had been recommended to us by friends. We had gone with the intention of visiting the Food Centre then walking through the Estate into Ludlow but decided against it, after the recent heavy rainfall. This will be the plan next time we visit, making sure we go wearing appropriate footwear! Anyway, the Food Centre had a great selection of local produce and it was nice to see some of the foods being prepared in the on site dairy, butchers and kitchen. After finishing in the shop, we went to Ludlow Kitchen for lunch, where again, most of the menu contained produce which had been grown or reared on the Estate. We had a delicious Gloucester Old Spot bacon and Brie baguette, side order of chips and drinks, all for £23.00, which we felt was good value. The service was excellent and nothing was too much trouble. As we left, the queue was out of the door and we could understand why.
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