Our own produce from the farm welcomes you on arrival to our food hall; we grow over 50 different types of fruit and vegetables, and when in season they are picked fresh every morning specially for the Farm Shop.
Our food hall is packed full of local and artisan product. The source of products is of the upmost importance to us, and many of our suppliers have become good friends over the years. Whether it’s Mary from Quicke's cows or Gabriel from Luscombes’ spring water, it is the passion, time and expertise that our artisans put into their products that makes them special and unique.
Each year we have a extraordinary celebration with our many food producers and friends ... watch the Harvest Supper video below
“Artisan” is a term used to describe food produced by non-industrialised methods, often hand-crafted with great skill and provenance handed down through generations. Tastes and processes, such as fermentation, are allowed to develop slowly and naturally, rather than curtailed for mass-production.
With its mild climate, perfect for growing grass and producing quality milk, it is no wonder the South West is home to many world class artisan cheesemakers, who produce award-winning cheeses.
From Quickes cheddar to Cornish Blue and Sharpham Brie, there are so many beautiful cheeses that you would be proud to have on any cheese board.
Our deli is full of local cheeses, home cooked meats, salami’s and handmade pies, Mia’s homemade salads and freshly made artisan desserts. Our deli staff have years of knowledge, but please do ask for a taster whilst selecting your perfect cheese board.
Handmade pies and pasties from Chunk of Devon, cold meats and charcuterie from Topsham’s Good Game, and delicious freshly made desserts from The Little Patisserie company are but a few of the finest products from the deli counter for you to enjoy at home.
With over 17,000 visitors a week, Darts Farm prides itself on its exceptional customer experience & the warm, friendly atmosphere around the store, enhanced by the Dart brothers’ hands on management, family involvement & their passionate members of staff.
Continuing to build new relationships with likeminded people who share our commitment to the cause of great food and drink.
The ultimate breakfast treat! This deliciously indulgent curd recipe uses Shute Fruit Elderflower Cordial, handmade by our friend Lori in Teingmouth using handpicked elderflower.
Over the past few decades, belly pork has become a rather fashionable cut; it's crisp and crunching skin complements the beautiful, tender meat that sit below it. Extremely versatile it's delicious roasted, braised or fried.
Peter and James of Creedy Carver at Merrifield Farm in Crediton have supplied us with free-range chicken and duck for over 15 years. They share our passion and commitment to rearing birds to the highest standards of quality and animal welfare. To create a spatchcock chicken, our Master Butchers remove the backbone and cut so it will lay flat, making it perfect to cook on a BBQ.