Breakfast at Woodlands Farm

Breakfast is everything.  The beginning, the first thing.  It is the mouthful that is the commitment to a new day, a continuing life.  A.A. Gill (Renowned Sunday Times food critic and columnist)

Amy is a professional chef who worked for Bettys Cookery School in Harrogate (part of the famous Bettys Cafe Tea Room business) for nearly 10 years as a Senior Course Tutor.  She first trained at Leiths School of Food and Wine in London for a year, before working as a freelance Chef in London for several restaurant and catering establishments.  Amy has created the breakfast dishes taking inspiration from our local producers.

Tuck into our hearty Yorkshire breakfast or choose something else from a selection of menu options including our homemade pancakes with a berry compote, yoghurt with maple syrup, see our sample menu below.

Breakfast is served in The Saddle Room in the main farmhouse between 7.30-9.30am and is £12.50 per adult or £6.95 per child (Under 12 yrs).

A sample menu of some of the dishes on offer:-

Setting The Scene

Yoghurt with Osmotherley honey, pumpkin and sunflower Seeds

Yorkshire muesli

Bircher muesli with grated apple, toasted chopped hazelnuts and seasonal berries

The Full Yorkshire

Free range Yorkshire eggs (scrambled, poached or fried); locally produced sausages, dry cured bacon and black pudding; roast vine tomato, field mushroom. *(Gluten free and vegetarian option available)

Something A Little Lighter

Warm homemade Scotch pancakes with a berry compote, yoghurt with maple syrup.

Bleikers Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs

Vine tomato and crushed avocado on toasted seeded bread

Woodlands Farm makes every effort to comply with the dietary requirements of our guests.  Please notify us of your specific dietary requirements to ensure we are able to provide accurate information and advice on the ingredients and allergens in our dishes.  At Woodlands Farm, food is prepared in one kitchen so allergen based meals are prepared in the same area as allergen free meals, therefore we unfortunately cannot guarantee absolute separation of ingredients.