Eric's Fish & Chips, a new restaurant from chef Eric Snaith, is to open in North Norfolk's Drove Orchards farm on 7 April.
As chef patron of three-AA Rosette Titchwell Manor, Norfolk, Snaith has been inspired by traditional British fish and chip restaurants, but will aim to bring a modern European influence to the menu. The restaurant will be on the Drove Orchards property but will operate as a standalone business.
The fish will be fresh and sustainably-sourced, cooked in beer-batter, while the chips will be fried in beef dripping (or local rapeseed oil for vegetarians) in a bid to maximise their flavour and texture. Other mains will include mackerel with buttermilk, beetroot and sorrell; or halloumi and spinach arancini.
The menu will also feature small plates and sides, plus traditional sauces, and a wine list from long-time Titchwell Manor supplier Hallgarten Druit.
Set to open from midday to 9pm every day, the restaurant is offering a 50% discount from 7-17 April via a printable voucher on its website.
It will join the existing group of small food and drink businesses on the 40-acre farm property, which also includes a café selling homemade cakes and light lunches, a summertime seafood restaurant, and a farm shop. It also operates several food and craft markets in the summer.
There is also a children's clothing store, a Danish-inspired clothing shop, and an interior furnishings company.