Jolly Nice is a Farm shop in Frampton Mansell between Stroud and Cirencester on the A419. This is a former petrol station that they converted into a hotchpotch of wooden buildings that are shops making up the farm shop and cafe.
They have a field out the back called the picnic meadow where you can eat out admiring the Cotswold views and livestock in a neighbouring field.
Jolly Nice has a Farm Shop, Butchery & Cafe, which you can eat inside with seating in heated yurts or their pretty meadow, all of which is dog friendly for dogs on leads.
The Jolly nice cafe serves a choice of food options including sandwiches, scotch eggs, sausage rolls and home-made cakes. There are many options to enjoy breakfast ranging from the full English, vegetarian breakfast, avocado on toast and much more.
For lunch they serve a locally reared beef burger, KFP a Kentucky Friend Pheasant, Pulled Pork, beef brisket and more.
For those wanting a plant-based lunch, they have choices like a locally grown field mushroom burger, veggie or beet burgers.
Drinks range from a diverse selection of coffees and teas, and a delicious milkshake menu.
The farm shop sells a variety of produce from local farmers and artisan producers. Jolly nice sell;
- Free-range pies & rare breed charcuterie.
- Britain’s best farmhouse cheeses.
- They have a full butchers counter selling meats and sausages.
- Woefuldane Organic Dairy milk, yoghurt & butter.
- Prince Charles & farmer Fred’s Close Farm organic vegetables from Tetbury.
- Ashley & Keith Dickenson’s vegetables & honey from Bisley.
- Salt Bakehouse, Hobbs & Bertinet Bread.
- British smoked fish.
- Seasonal fruit from surrounding counties.
- English preserves, condiments and sauces.
- Speciality chocolate.
- Locally produced alcoholic drinks including beer, wines and gin.
My visit was a flying visit on the way to a meeting in Cirencester and fancied a bite to eat on the way, and a family member had mentioned Jolly Nice. I opted for one of their free-range roast chicken and tarragon sandwiches. It was a blue sky day and opted to eat in the picnic area rather than in one of their yurts.
Shopping was not on the cards this visit but had a look around. Their selection of local foods impressed me. If I was travelling home, I would have loaded up with some game, vegetables and possibly too much from their larder. This is the sort of place a foodie like me describes as foodie heaven.
For more information, visit their website. https://jollynicefarmshop.com/
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