Backing up the awards won, they are passionate about the food they offer. As well as having a strong environmental stance and sourcing local ingredients where possible, they endeavour to keep their menus current, reacting to feedback and seeing what is trending in the wider foodie arena and delivering that back to the customers.
Plough Director Adam Johnson said, “The team invests a lot of time researching and exploring the latest themes and innovations in the industry. Alongside this we also work closely with our regular customers who help inform everything from our menu to interior. This provides us with unique insights and our predictions are based on these whilst offering a glimpse of our plans for the year ahead.”
As per Adam's comment above, The Plough have devised their own predictions for 2015 and they are outlined below.
I hope like me, you find them of interest.
What food predictions have you thought of or come across? Get in touch, I'd love to know!
ON THE ROCKS
BEYOND THE KALE
While kale was heroed as the super food of 2014 we’ve got money on the humble beetroot stealing the spotlight in 2015. The beet is just sweet roasted and a great bed fellow for grains du jour - quinoa, and new kids on the block, freekah and millet.
Provenance and seasonal eating will continue to grow in importance and popularity while people search for more ways to infuse their diet with nutrition. We’ll be packing our dishes and smoothies with the freshest vegetables on the block from our very own veggie patch and herb garden.
KEEP IT STREET
FEEL THE HEAT