Devon Food Movement is popping up at The Lamb Inn, Longdown

Devon Food Movement is a collaborative pop-up restaurant concept set up by former Michelin star development chef Luke Fearon. Our company aim is to celebrate Devon’s unique and world class produce through a series of temporary dining experiences, where we link talented local chefs, producers and food heroes with restaurants, farms or unique locations in throughout Devon (and sometimes a little beyond).

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At all these events we produce and serve small plated set menus to allow diners to explore a true taste of each location at any given time within the season. The premise for most Devon Food Movement events is the ‘five-mile food’ challenge. This is where collaborators are challenged to find as many prime ingredients from within a five-mile radius of the event location to feature on our menus. This keeps us hyper-local, hyper-seasonal and untamed in our approach to what we believe fine Devon food is all about.

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Devon Food Movement is collaborating with The Lamb Inn, Longdown. This collaboration is taking place on 14th June 2018 at 7pm. Our food ticket costs £40 and menus will be a taste of Longdown + 5 miles. Chef Luke Fearon will be challenging Chef Proprietor Dolton Lodge and team to go head to head in creating summer food from the area. Luke is a former Michelin starred head chef and development chef and he has been working in some of the country’s top restaurants for the past 12 years. Dolton his business partner has just taken on the Lamb and refurbished it to former glory. Dolton has joined the Lamb from The Galley in Topsham where he was head chef and worked for over 8 years.

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Bookings can be made by contacting the Lamb team directly on 01392 811100

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