What could be better than starting off September in the Lake District and Cumbria celebrating Love Lamb Week on 1st to the 7th September? This region, the home of some of the very best British lamb and arguably the most famous producing and rearing region in the whole of the UK. From fells, to pasture to miles of coastal farmland, taste is the key and it is why chefs up and down the country can’t get enough of this quintessentially Cumbrian product and most revered, Herdwick lamb.
Supporters for years of local produce the Langdale and Brimstone Hotels on the Langdale Estate, continue their appreciation of the quality of Cumbrian lamb along with many other of the first class food products coming out of the region now.
At the moment enjoy a 3 bone rack of lamb served with dauphinoise potatoes, spring vegetables, mint and pulled lamb flatbread (cooked in the wood fired oven) feta, olive, tomato salad, tzatziki. But what everyone who visits Stove Restaurant on the Langdale Estate whether they’re staying at the Langdalee or Brimstone Hotel is the Stove Signature Sharing Lamb, slow-roasted locally sourced lamb shoulder to share with roasted root vegetables, creamy mash, red wine & rosemary jus. It really is and it’s delicious confirmed by being on the menu 365 days a year.
Lamb is so tasty and versatile and so evocative of the Lake District. What better way to support Lake District and Cumbrian farmers and the field to fork ethos.
Guests at Brimstone, the new boutique hotel on the Langdale Estate can take advantage of the Host service. They’ll make a table reservation for dining in Stove for you. Or the lamb flatbread can be order for in room dining too.