Celebrating the food producers of Yorkshire, Brayton Farm Shop and cafe in Brayton, near Selby, is a Yorkshire treat to experience under one roof.
I just love to find a food store that sells everything that features Yorkshire somewhere on its journey to the plate.
As the name suggests, this farm shop and cafe is all about the food; locally-sourced, quality ingredients and while it’s not technically based on a farm, it is supplied by hundreds of farmers and producers. Instead it is set down a quiet country lane, with plenty of parking, and shopping baskets galore.
A treasure trove of food greets you when you walk inside.
The produce is laid out in a spacious, calm, welcoming ambience. No rows to navigate or unnecessary advertising here.
Brayton Farm Shop stocks a range of meat, dairy products, a deli, fruit & veg as well as artisan beers, wines & spirits. Everything sold in store is from Yorkshire: from beef to buffalo, cheese to chorizo, lemongrass to lemon tart ice cream.
Baked on-site daily are their own sausage rolls, steak pies and pork pies.
They also have their own on-site butchers, from farm to fork, beef from Barkston Ash, lamb and pork from Wood’s O’cot Farm and poultry from Peck Farm, South Milford.
There is a smart café with an enclosed outdoor seating area. Choices of lunch are freshly made sandwiches, jacket potatoes, homemade cakes, all served with a smile.
Brayton Farm Shop is a fine family run fixture in the Brayton community.
Encouraging you to pop in to get the freshest produce, their opening hours are pretty good for a local store. Open an impressive seven days a week from 9am until 5pm.
I suggest you pop along to this one-stop Yorkshire shop when in the Selby area.