The love of great food is what Honey + Harvey is all about. Our locally sourced ingredients are at the heart of our delicious signature dishes. Working closely with local suppliers wherever possible brings so many benefits to us as a business; our carbon footprint is lowered by using ingredients with fewer food miles, we nurture local business and build relationships with amazing producers in Suffolk and last but by no means least, the quality of the food is second to none. We’re so lucky to have these suppliers on our doorstep who help us serve high quality and tasty food to our customers at H+H.
A visit to H+H isn’t complete without a perfectly brewed coffee. Butterworth’s is based in Bury St Edmund’s. They roast coffee from growers worldwide, with a focus on smallholdings and indigenous communities where the coffee grown helps preserve the environment and the traditional ways of life. However you take your coffee, Butterworth’s delicious beans make the perfect cup.
Cleveleys are a family run business near Halesworth. They provide the bacon that is the star of the show in so many of our brunches. They also provide the British sirloin steak in our legendary Steak & Eggs at Ipswich and the beef and chicken for our burgers.
Fosker’s are based in Ipswich and are a family run business, delivering high quality fruit, veg, dry goods and frozen produce. Fosker’s supply our fruit and veg and our eggs. Eggs are often the centrepiece to our brunch dishes and feature in many of our baked counter products from to sponge cakes to brownies and traybakes.
Pinney’s are a third generation family business supplying fresh & smoked fish based on the Suffolk coast. They supply our smoked salmon for our eggs hollandaise with smoked salmon, our Honey’s breakfast and for our scrambled eggs. Their delicious cold smoked salmon adds the perfect finish to a brunch dish.
Other Suffolk suppliers include: Foulgers Dairy, Apples of Suffolk, LA Brewery Kombucha, Adnams brewery, Bruha brewing, Steele fine foods, Thomas Ridley, Tidemill flour, Procter’s sausages, Fruit Pig and Danbury Oils.