Fields Kitchen nestles on the outskirts of Sherburn-in-Elmet, north Yorkshire. It’s a culinary celebration of the region and serves traditional dishes that have been given a 21st century makeover.
Open daily, it offers breakfast, lunch and sweet treats, sourcing many ingredients from local suppliers in York, Leeds and surrounding villages. The building is welcoming with cosy seating, rustic tables and chairs, lots of space and light.
For breakfast you might choose the homemade granola, or the traditional cooked breakfast with Fields Kitchen baked beans. On our visit we went for Eggs Florintine: two free-range poached eggs, toasted rye bread, buttered spinach and fresh Hollandaise sauce.
Sandwiches are served on either artisan rye bread with caraway seeds, ciabatta or bloomer bread. They braise their ham hock on site – a true Yorkshire ham.
The staff are super friendly, eager to help and serve with a smile. We couldn’t recommend this café more. It’s lovely to see small independent places like this serving local ingredients and cooking from scratch and with care. It’s also a treat to see so much Yorkshire produce on the menu.
By Ann Fugler, Yorkshire editor