CALLING all Andy Murrays! Loch Leven’s Larder is getting into the tennis spirit by offering visitors who share their name with the UK’s leading champion and world number four player the chance to bag a free punnet of strawberries.
Between the 21st June and 4th July, the Larder is offering the tennis associated fruit to all Andy Murrays in the Perthshire area – where the famous player grew up.
The family-run restaurant, farm and gift shop, based near Kinross, is creating tennis fever in the Larder to show visitors that they don’t need to go to Murray Mound to get a taste of Wimbledon this summer.
Emma Niven, head of business at Loch Leven’s Larder, said:
“Strawberries are well and truly in season and we want to offer those lucky enough to share their name with Andy Murray the chance to taste them for free, here at the Larder.
“All we ask is that you can prove your identity and in return, we’ll give you a free punnet of the berries to enjoy.”
The Larder offers a fantastic setting to indulge in the finest strawberries and cream Scotland has to offer.
And for the strawberry lovers, there is a heavenly range of other luxurious strawberry treats including strawberry tarts and strawberry cheesecake.
Visitors can also go ‘berry mad’ and take home strawberry themed home ware from ‘SIA’ – a delightful range of cushions, napkins, tablecloths and tableware, ranging from £3.95 to £69.99. The perfect Wimbledon treat!
Perthshire’s hidden gem, Loch Leven’s Larder, boasts a restaurant that features a stunning menu using some of the finest seasonal ingredients, grown and served at their best by the Larder’s chefs.
It is also perfectly situated so diners can enjoy the beautiful views of the Loch.
The Larder offers a delightful mix of Scottish, Norwegian and European influenced gifts, boasting a range of own label products in store including; an everyday range featuring oatcakes, rice, dried fruit and nuts, a home-grown range featuring bread and eggs and a heavenly range of confectionery including; Belgian chocolates, marzipan fruits and clootie dumpling fudge.
The constantly-evolving Larder gives customers a differing experience on every visit with the seasonal offer, menu and events changing be it Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter.
Easily accessible from Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee – visitors don’t need to go far to experience the hidden gem during Wimbledon, as the Larder is right on the Perthshire doorstep!
Whether you are an Andy Murray or not, why not visit this special location on Loch Leven to shop, walk, eat and experience it for yourself? The Larder is open seven days a week, 9.30am – 5.30pm (last hot food orders 4.30pm).
For more information on Loch Leven’s Larder, log on to www.lochlevenslarder.com.
Notes to Editor:
Loch Leven’s Larder offering:
- Daily seasonal vegetables are available, straight from the local farm
- Fresh bread is made daily on the premises
- Loch Leven’s Larder source their strawberries locally from Blakertyside Farm, Fife.
- The Larder will be offering a selection of strawberry treats over the summer including: strawberry tarts, strawberry knickerbocker glory, strawberry cheese cake, strawberry and cream filled meringues, strawberry Charlotte with strawberry sauce, salads with strawberry balsamic and black pepper and an in-house recipe of strawberries, Prosecco and shortbread.
- Products stocked include – Kilduncan Eggs, Puddledub Pork, Rannoch Smokery, Edinburgh Shortbread House, Wicked Chocolate Company, Tyrells Crisps, Caledonian Coffee Company, Heatherslaw Bakery
- Homeware stocked include – Ness, SIA, Hume Sweet Hume, OXO, Two Bad Mice Publishers Ltd, Brenda Bowers, Arran Aromatics
- The constantly evolving Larder gives you a differing experience on every visit with the seasonal offer changing be it Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter.
- The Larder gift shop is a delightful mix of Scottish, Norwegian and European influences with a twist on tradition, featuring quirky gadgets, quality designer home wares, luxury cashmere and heavenly treats that are almost too good to eat!
- The family has invested heavily in continuous improvement of the Larder since opening, thanks to Emma Niven, head of the business, including doubling in size to increase square footage (315m2 – 600m2) in 2007.
- Loch Leven’s Larder employs 66 people, all from the local area, providing locals and visitors with a charming alternative to supermarkets and chain stores with the opportunity to buy fresh, local Scottish produce to take home, or to sample when cooked at its best.
- Loch Leven’s Larder pride themselves on seasonality and make no apology for not stocking strawberries in December or asparagus in January.
- For this to happen they need to stick to ‘true seasons’, with seasonality at the heart of the business. Offering home-grown produce (vegetables and fruit) from the grounds of the surrounding family farm, along with some of the finest Scottish, British delicacies from speciality cheeses, cold meats, chocolates and home baking, together with food and gifting influences from France, Italy and other areas of Europe.
- Loch Leven’s Larder is open seven days a week, 9.30am – 5.30pm (last hot food orders 4.30pm).
- To contact the Larder, please call 01592 841000; Channel Farm, Milnathort, Kinross, KY13 9HD
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