Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Farm Gate Cafe at Kettering now open for dinners

The Farm Gate will be reopening for dinner as of Friday 7th November from 6.30pm and from then on Fridays and Saturdays. Take a look at Rita's Bite web site to see a copy of Novembers menu. Bookings can be made on 6267 4997. Lee has also been granted a General Liquor License which enables them to sell on site as well as act as an off license. They are just working through some issues with the Kingbough Council but hope to be in action by December.

They will also be holding another sausage making class on Saturday November 29th, cost is $95.00 includes 3 course lunch and some goodies to take away. Lee would also like to hold another How To Butcher a Pig Course in December. If you have any interest in taking part or know of any one who is please let him know. He needs 16 people to make it an event. Their summer menu is being finalised now, and he will send it soon.
Posted on by Rita
7 comments

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

We ate there a while back and enjoyed it. Might try dinner before christmas for something different.

sir grumpy said...

Come on Farm Gate, do a nice pork pie. A cold one of those with a beer is a wonderful thing.
Or the old Farmhouse Pie, with the boiled egg down the middle. Yum.

Anonymous said...

Yep, I'm with SGBF on this one. First thing I do when I get back to the UK is buy a decent pork pies. Those delicious Melton Mowbray ones with a dollop of HP and a decent pie crust.

Look it may be a cultural thing but I reckon there are enough Brits' here who would beat a path to the door to make it worthwile, let alone the export potential to the mainland.

Cartouche

Anonymous said...

Hi Sir G & Cartouche,
I have been focusing on my sausage and now that I am happy with that product I have been playing around with a couple of recipe of late just fine tuning ahead of the summer season, stay tuned. I will comp you both one when they are ready in return for feedback if you like.
Farm Gate

Anonymous said...

DEAL !!! I'll bring me own HP.

Cartouche

PS keep yer sausage up.

sir porky, er Grumpy said...

Great, Farm Gate....very generous. I'm torn between HP and Wooster sauce though.
On the more exotic side, maybe a dalliance with Chinese barbecued pork could make it to the menu one day....

Anonymous said...

Had an awesome pork pie from the guys at the bruny cheese stall at the salamanca market last week. Great crust, fantastic filling. Big enough that it fed me and and my girlfriend for lunch on sunday.