There is nothing quite like knowing where your food comes from.
Burts Cheese from Knutsford
Bournes mature Cheshire cheese from Malpas
flour from Walk Mill, Chester
Cheshire apples from Willington Farm
local veg and fruit from Richard Broster in Bunbury.
These are just some of the food heroes on the menus at The Nags.
For far too long we haven’t celebrated the nature of our own regional produce, what gives it character and what makes it great.
We champion local and British produce, they are the heart and soul of the food at The Nags Head, quality and character are the defining characteristics and we at The Nags Head salute all our local food heroes.
Burt's Cheese, Knutsford, Cheshire
“It's looking blue down there Claire”
Award winning Burt's Blue cheese is made in Altrincham, making it the most local cheese available at the Deli counter. Last year they scooped 'Best Producer' at 2013 Observer Food Monthly Awards, to add yet another accolade to their well deserved collection.
The Bourne family has been hand-making fine Cheshire cheese since 1930 and still use traditional 'hands on' techniques to produce cheeses which have been awarded gold, silver and bronze medals at the British Cheese Awards, prizes at the Nantwich International Cheese Show and Gold and Silver Medals at the World Cheese Awards.
Through dedication to quality produce and service, Althams has grown to become one of the oldest and largest family owned butchers in the country. Today it is run by James and Richard, great-great-grandsons of the founder.
Willington Fruit Farm is set in the heart of Cheshire. A family run business established over 60 years, where they have improved and added to their various fruit and vegetables they grow all year long.