The Farmhouse Essex in Waltham Abbey is a charming family owned restaurant that prides itself on showcasing delicious modern British cuisine. Located on Netherhouse Farm on Sewardstone Road near Epping Forest, you’ll find a space that boasts rustic farmhouse decor that matches the menu just perfectly, which has been designed around seasonal, high quality and sustainable local products. So whether you’re after breakfast, brunch, dinner or a proper Sunday roast you can be sure you’ll find it at The Farmhouse Essex. This restaurant is perfect for the whole family, make a booking, gather the kids and treat your tastebuds to the delights of The Farmhouse Essex.
Inspired by locally sourced produce and classic British cuisine, head chef and owner Teejay Asciak, created the charming restaurant, The Farmhouse Essex in Waltham Abbey. With a key focus on sourcing everything as locally as possible, you’ll find dishes made with sustainable ingredients that are of the highest quality. The Farmhouse Essex space itself is complete with mixed and matched furniture, exposed brick walls and wooden beams that combine to create a unique and charming atmosphere. Located right by Epping Forest, this rustic farmhouse is a favourite and a spot we think you’ll just love.
When it comes to the menu, The Farmhouse Essex believes in keeping things simple yet utterly delicious. Offering everything from the full Essex breakfast of eggs, sausages, bacon, baked beans, field mushrooms, grilled tomatoes and artisan toast, all the way to a full Sunday roast and a seasonal dinner menu that changes weekly, you’ll be in for a treat no matter what you’re craving. So, if all this sounds up your alley, do yourself a favour and head to The Farmhouse Essex on Sewardstone Road in Waltham Abbey near Epping and check out The Farmhouse Essex for yourself. You certainly won’t regret it.
We booked it online and on arrival seated really swiftly and staff were really friendly with the food tasting fresh and farmhouse beer spot on!
The breakfast was amazing as usual and Theresa looked after us really well.
Really lovely place and food was amazing and reasonably priced. We all ate from the brunch menu but at weekends this crosses over the weekend lunch menu so lots to choose from. Lots of space and quirky surroundings.