The Tack Room: British Food Fortnight Profile

25/09/2017

The Tack Room is another excellent example of quality home-grown food at its best, so to celebrate Great British Food Fortnight (23rd Sept – 8th Oct), we’ve given you a run down below.

The Tack Room is located in the spectacular King’s Yard, part of the new National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art. The restaurant takes its name from the original use of the building by famous trainer, Bruce Hobbs, when he occupied the site in the 1980s.

The menu offers traditional British food wth a twist and prides itself on catering for all-day dining. During the day you can enjoy relaxed breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, but by night The Tack Room transforms into a sophisticated restaurant and wine/cocktail bar serving a variety of dishes with a focus on fresh fish and seafood.

All of these delicious offerings at The Tack Room use only the very best ingredients from East Anglia, particularly Suffolk, making it a fantastic all-round local option.

For more information about The Tack Room and to get in touch, click here.

About British Food Fortnight:

British Food Fortnight has been going since 2002 and was originally established to pull together all of the many fantastic food initiatives, projects and events taking place across the country. It is held in the autumn at the same time as harvest festival and has grown into the biggest annual, national celebration of British food and Drink.

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