Ok, so we really need your opinion on something. It’s going to sound pretty controversial but here goes anyway. We’re thinking of dropping the name Peppers from Peppers at the White Deer and calling it “The White Deer”. The reaction from some of our regulars so far has been interesting to say the least but I gotta say once our reasons are made clear most seem to like it.
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Sooooo... when we first opened during the doom and gloom of recession we had a totally different menu. The name Peppers suited then as, well to be blunt, there were a lot of peppers on the menu and like most restaurants not a lot of focus on local. Here in our little restaurant we have evolved into something a bit different. We’re not sure that the word Peppers reflects anything that we stand for anymore.Whether we drop that part of the name or not, the road we’re on is pretty clear. We want to be the showcase for the amazing produce and producers around us. It’s the road less traveled. It’s twice the work. You don’t just buy stuff in packets or jars. You need a great team. You need the suppliers to work with you and most of all we need our community to keep on supporting us. You need to talk the talk and walk the walk. We want to offer you the freshest, tastiest possible dishes with the vast majority of ingredients being from the land around us. Food with integrity cooked and produced with passion and purpose. Soooo…. We’re launching our Farm to Fork menu.
Introducing Farm to Fork
Having completed phase one of our renovations phase two is upon us. We’re sprucing the place up a little so now seems as good a time as any. In addition to our new casual and early evening value menu we are so excited to announce that we are launching our new Farm to Fork menu. The idea isn’t a million miles away from where we are but this will take it a big step further. This menu will showcase local at its best. We want this menu to provoke opinion and debate around our food choices. This menu won’t be snooty or pretentious. We see ourselves as a friendly neighborhood eatery.
Our produce comes from everyday down to earth people, is cooked by everyday down to earth people and is for everyday down to earth people.
We’d love to know your thoughts on it. Please leave a comment below and let us know what you think