The opening date has been revealed for a new restaurant with rooms from the team behind a Michelin-starred spot in London. 

Earlier this year, executive chef Johnnie Crowe and business partners Luke Wasserman and Toby Neill revealed plans for Nest Farmhouse at Docking Lodge Farm in west Norfolk.

They also run Nest and Restaurant St Barts in the capital, with the latter holding a Michelin Star and, for its focus on sustainability, a Green Star. 

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At Nest Farmhouse there will be a focus on seasonal and local produce, which will include Sunday roasts, and the head chef is Grant Cotton.

Eastern Daily Press: The menu will focus on local and seasonal produce Picture: Nest FarmhouseThe menu will focus on local and seasonal produce Picture: Nest Farmhouse (Image: Nest Farmhouse)

Dishes on the sample menu online include twice-baked Baron Bigod souffle with creamed leeks and crispy shallots and slow-roasted lamb with spring greens, mint and capers. 

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Housed above the restaurant will be six bedrooms, which are called Elder, Damson, Sorrel, Pippin, Nettle and Pine - with dogs allowed in the latter two. 

The opening date is Wednesday, June 5 2024 and all room bookings made in the first month have a 30pc discount.

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