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Battlefield 1403 is a destination on the outskirts of Shrewsbury, offering a Farm Shop supplying locally sourced produce, a Deli, Award Winning Butchery and Cafe/Restaurant. Winner of the 'Whats on - Best independent retailer in Shropshire 2017' and...more
All reviews farm shop local produce cakes lovely food scotch egg small museum beef falconry centre sit outside home made great cafe pleasant staff pie coffee and cake lovely place well worth a visit afternoon tea
Located in converted vernacular farm buildings, Battlefield 1403 combines a farm shop, restaurant, and an exhibition on the Battle of Shrewsbury which was fought on the site in 1403. The farm shop is stocked with an excellent selection of local produce, which is also served...More
Great meal at Battlefield , stopped off after shopping trip .
I had the light bite fish and chips , with fresh peas . Partner had gluten free version of ham ,egg and chips ( gluten so chips were replaced with new potatoes ).
Called for lunch. Only had coffee and a toasted tea cake but both were excellent with efficient friendly service. We also walked round the farm shop which is very well laid out with excellent products. We bought some very tender tasty meat and would make...More
Oh my goodness, wow. I had the most DELICIOUS roast lamb today and started off with a minted pea and chilli soup. It was to DIE for. Utterly amazing, I left stunned at the marvel I had just eaten. I absolutely love the cafe here,...More
We arrived here for bday lunch and had a wonderful meal. Plenty of parking and busy pleasant atmosphere. Staff are friendly and helpful.
Between us we had the club sandwich, pear & Shropshire blue cheese roll and roast beef roll. My party really enjoyed their...More
I'd definitely recommend coming here to eat. The food is always delicious and there is a fantastic menu. The gluten free options are a plenty too. The kids always clear their plates and always love going into the farm shop afterwards too.
The food and drink served in the cafe is really nice and represents excellent value for money but this review relates particularly to the adjoining farm shop which I visited at 7.30 am this morning (Christmas Eve) to collect my meat order. The shop was...More
Came to visit the farm shop which is really good but decided to have lunch,there was a 15min wait which although inconvenient is also a good sign.we chose from the Xmas menu starters were both lovely then had a traditional turydinner which I was told...More
This place seems to have built up a large clientele. Hidden off a main roundabout down a narrow road, the cafe is part of a larger complex of shops and a hawk centre.
We popped in for lunch to be faced with what looked like...More