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Daylesford Farm, Cotswolds

By Thefoodiecoupleblog

Daylesford Farm, Cotswolds

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Not long after Christmas we decided to go on an impromptu day out down to the Cotswolds. It's such a lovely place to explore, whatever the season, and on this day we headed to Moreton in the Marsh for a mooch around and then on to Daylesford Farm near Kingham. Here they have a beautiful farm shop and cafe amongst other lovely things to browse around. We been there a few times previously, and once to their wonderful summer festival.

We've never eaten in their cafe/restaurant before so today was a good day to change that. The space was light and airy and really family friendly which was great to find.

The menu focuses on fresh homegrown ingredients from their farm and is purely seasonal. There's a selection of starters, main dishes, served with a choice of their salads or vegetable dishes and a few wood fired sourdough pizzas.

We shared a starter of Chicken Liver Parfait which was of the highest quality

Daylesford Farm, Cotswolds

Lee went for their Pesto and Mozzarella Pizza which he shared against his will with Imogen and her pudgy little hands as her tomato pasta wasn't enough for her!

Daylesford Farm, Cotswolds

I chose the Chicken Satay and added the Winter Wellness salad of Wild Rice, Roasted Squash and Black Beans and some of the Tuscan Potatoes.

Daylesford Farm, Cotswolds

I loved the freshness of the food after the Christmas indulgence period. It even felt a little bit virtuous!

We popped into the shop on the way out and picked up some amazing fresh mackerel and bream as well as a few pots of salad from the deli and of course some cheese - they have a whole room dedicated to it!

Daylesford is a lovely place to spend a couple of hours, so make sure to look it up if you're visiting the area.

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