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The Lock Inn

The Lock Inn
Wolverley Road
DY10 3RN
01562 850581

Tag: locally sourced food

Celebrate New Year’s Eve with a fabulously decadent seven-course feast
by The Lock Inn

The Cowshed Restaurant The Lock Inn Wolverley

New Year’s Eve is the one night of the year to celebrate in style all the past year’s achievements and look forward to an amazing 2019. We’re helping you enjoy a decadent last night of 2018 with a an amazing seven-course dinner. Kicking off the celebrations with some fizz and amuse bouche we then get to enjoy a feast filled with locally sourced dishes and amazing freshly made food. This is fine dining on a whole new level – this is fine dining Bishop’s style! We’re going to be hosting this foodie extravaganza in our upstairs Cowshed Restaurant so booking’s essential to make sure we can accommodate everyone. Book now so you don’t miss out! Call us on 01562 850581 or email us at; thelockinnwolverley@gmail.com 

New Year’s Eve Menu

Begin your New Year’s Eve celebrations at 7.30pm in the Cowshed Restaurant.

 A seven-course meal celebrating the very best locally sourced and home cooked food. Only £69.95 per person*.

 To begin

Champagne reception & Chef’s Amuse Bouche


Soup Course

A White Truffle, Parsnip & Honey soup with Hazelnut & Bacon Croutons


Fish Course

Salted Cod with Crushed Garlic Potato, Chorizo & Cherry Tomatoes



A light & tasty homemade Kiwi & Lime sorbet, perfect for preparing your pallet for what’s to come.



Roast Rib of Bishop’s Beef with a Cherry & Port Reduction – Slow roasted beef rib, thickly sliced with a creamy potato puree, seasonal veg & a rich, velvety cherry & port reduction.


Red Mullet En Papillote – Red mullet fillets cooked en papillote with Mediterranean vegetables & spices. Served with dauphinoise potato.


Mushroom, Garlic & Spinach Biriyani – Authentic Indian biriyani with wild mushroom, garlic & spinach. Accompanied with homemade mango chutney & naan bread.



Lemon Panna Cotta with Blackberry & Honey Madelienes – A light, creamy lemon panna cotta accompanied by delicious homemade madelienes.


Chocolate Delice With A Chocolate Orange Fritter – Delightfully light chocolate pudding with a dark chocolate & Cointreau fritter.


Tarte Tatin With Toffee Crème Anglais – Dark, sticky caramelised apples fill a crisp puff pastry case & served with a sweetened toffee Crème Anglais.


Cheese & Port Course

A choice of ports to sample plus, port-soaked Stilton & an assortment of British Cheeses with crackers, fruit & homemade chutneys.


*Pre-booking is essential and a £20 per person non-refundable deposit is required on booking.

Coming out in April’s Wolverley Matters Magazine … sneak peak here (longer read)
by The Lock Inn

Roast dinner home reared British beef at the lock inn wolverley

Farming, family and food.


Do you know where your food comes from? In recent weeks it’s seemed difficult to avoid the media coverage on how farming and food are linked together. With BBC reports, Countryfile and channel 5’s Springtime on the Farm programmes, locally sourced, sustainable British food has been at the top of the media’s menu.

British food is well known to be excellent in quality and over the years there’s been a real move to make farming as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible. Where buying organic and sustainably sourced food in supermarkets can be more expensive there’s a way you can support locally sourced food without breaking the bank and enjoy a treat at the same time! By choosing to eat out at local venues that support local producers and farmers, you’re supporting it too.

So, if you fancy trying out some local produce and ‘tasting the difference’ for yourself (to borrow a tag line!) then there are several local cafés, tearooms, pubs and restaurants to visit. Here’s a few ideas to explore:

Wolverley Arboretum; A farm, a beautiful woodland and some tasty locally sourced treats and food is grown, produced and served here. A lovely and relaxing day for all the family as well as supporting a unique local attraction.

The Old Smithy Tearoom, Wolverley; Serving freshly made homemade cakes and treats, even the bread for the amazing bacon butties is made in Kinver. Local producers are supported too; the local honey is lip-smackingly good when it’s in season.

The Lock Inn, Wolverley: Famous for its freshly cooked food and for the Bishop’s beef that’s raised on the family farm just outside of the village. The Lock has now launched the Cowshed Restaurant. Combining the farming family’s heritage with high-quality, fine food that is locally sourced and sustainably grown. Full to the brim with delicious dishes and enjoyed in a newly decorated and unique setting.