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Cooked & Served with Pride

The Falcon at Hatton has been operating as a destination foodie venue since 2014. We are located between Solihull and Warwick on the A4177, Birmingham Road. With a rustic country bar, cosy corners and rustic but with modern twist restaurants, you’ll be sure a warm welcome. We’re independent… not part of a chain so what we offer is truly unique with a focus on superb fresh produce and genuinely friendly and efficient service.

Whether you want to grab breakfast on the go, join us for a spot of lunch, dine à la carte with your loved one or join us for a family feast and our famous Sunday Lunch, you’ll find us a bustling hot spot most days and with good reason.

At The Falcon at Hatton, we take great pride and care when creating our menu –  following our core philosophy of “cooked with care and served with pride”. We create each dish and their components with fresh produce at its heart. We don’t use frozen vegetables; we only use fish which is either fresh from market or frozen at sea and our meats come from cattle and other livestock which have grazed green pastures and our poultry have been allowed to run free. In doing so, we support many local and UK producers, farmers and suppliers. We use biodegradable cleaning chemicals, we sort and recycle around 80% of our waste and our used oil is collected, cleaned and converted into biofuel. We don’t work with just anyone, we look for the highest accreditations, full traceability and sustainability so that we don’t harm our precious environment.

Provenance

Supporting UK Fishermen & Markets
Working with our supplier Kingfisher (www.kingfishermidlands.co.uk) we have links to UK fishing ports so that we can support UK fishing. In doing so, it enables us to source from the best local fishermen. We have an amazing supply of the freshest fish available, from sea bass, Dover sole and skate through to grey mullet and cod. We source many other sustainable varieties when in season. During the summer we also buy lots of local lobsters, crabs and shellfish.

We work with day boat suppliers in ports all around the UK, such as codling fillets from Scarborough and lemon sole from Whitby. From the south coast we also source day boat prime fish including, red mullet, plaice, turbot and brill.

Our supplier Kingfisher, are first-hand buyers at most of the UK coastal fish auctions, enabling us to ensure full traceability from the vessel through to delivery into our kitchen, to your table. Most of our depots are conveniently situated near to the local auction, such as, North Shields, Fleetwood and Brixham.

Farmed Fish
Farmed fish may feature within our menu due to its consistent quality, availability and price. To enable us to guarantee responsible sourcing, we import through our suppliers from source, such as bass and bream from Turkey, prawns from India and salmon from Scotland and Norway.

Shellfish
We only work with small, specialist operators for live shellfish. In summer months we buy lobsters and crabs from local fishermen and during the winter we import through our suppliers directly from North America. Their coastal depots have live shellfish holding tanks enabling us to guarantee ultimate freshness.

Fresh fish dish
Frying prawns in pan
Frying prawns in pan
Frying prawns in pan
Fresh carrots on a chopping block

Fresh Fruit & Vegetables
Our fresh fruit and vegetable supplier, Worcester Produce are situated in the Vale of Evesham their farm and orchards provide us with a unique and extensive range of fruit & vegetables. Grown to Red Tractor and LEAF Marque accreditation standards their produce and therefore or a la carte menu provides confidence to our customers in food quality and safety whilst ensuring protection to the environment.

Fresh Eggs
Our eggs are delivered fresh three or four times a week from Chadwick Farm, Chadwick Lane, Knowle, Solihull. With an RSPCA assured laying scheme certificate you know our eggs come from chickens which have been cared for and live happier lives, having not been intensely farmed.

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