Why use Greendale?
Greendale Farm Shop
Flavoured with two types of paprika and packed with plenty of veg, this rich, warming beef stew is inspired by the traditional Hungarian Gulyás. Don’t let the list of ingredients or the cooking time put you off – it’s well worth the wait, and smells great while it cooks!
Greendale's butchers prepare all our meat on-site at the farm shop using meat from our own farm. With years of experience, they are always on hand to help customers with expert advice about choosing the right cut of meat and the best way to cook or prepare it. If you’re buying online, rest assured that this same expertise has been put to good use to ensure your purchase is exactly right; you’ll find all of our meat is available in a wide range of cuts and portions, ready-packed for fast delivery.
Book a table
Book a table at Greendale Farm Shop Kitchen. The extensive menu is created around many of the items sold in our shop; we offer a range of delicious dishes that showcase fresh local produce from our fish counter, deli and butcher’s department. Valentine's Set Menu available on 14th, 16th & 17th of February (4pm–9pm) - select set menu experience, when booking on Opentable. NB: For bookings of more than 6 please email email@example.com
GREENDALE KITCHEN OPENING HOURS:
Monday - Sat: 8am - 10pm (last orders 9pm)
Sunday: 9am - 10pm (last food orders 9pm)
Another recipe where cauliflower gets to prove just how versatile, easy to cook with and downright delicious it can be! This tasty ‘rice’ is great served alongside favourite curries, or enjoyed as it is with warm chapatis or pitta bread and a dollop of thick yoghurt alongside. Serves 2 as a main dish, 4 as a side.
White fish and cider may be an unlikely pairing, but when done right, the subtle sweetness of the cider plays off the freshness of the fish in the best way. Our favourite white fish for this recipe are our fresh Hake and Pollock, we urge you to give it a try!
From Farm to Plate:
Part 1 The Cattle
Greendale Farm Shop's 'From Farm to Plate’ film series tells the story of Greendale beef. Starting with the cattle grazing above the Jurassic coast, it moves on to visit the double award-winning butchers at Greendale Farm Shop in Exeter, and ends with Chef Tom Williams-Hawkes cooking a finished beef dish at the Salutation Inn. The first film, Part 1, features Sam, our Farm Manager, as he checks the Greendale herd.
Why Greendale seafood is best
At Greendale we’re only interested in selling the best to our customers. Because we have our own fishing fleet, we can supply our fish counter with regular fresh catches that can be traced directly back to the sea. Operating in accordance with the Seafood Responsible Fishing Scheme, our boats work out of Exmouth, Brixham and Newlyn, and catch a variety of fish from Westcountry waters; a catch can often be on its way to the Greendale farm shop in Exeter within hours of leaving the sea. If we can’t catch it ourselves, we source only from trusted suppliers with standards as high as our own, and we take great pride in ensuring that a delicious variety is always to be found on our fish counter.
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Mon-Sat 8am-10pm | Sun 9am-10pm
- 01395 232836