Hertfordshire Life Food & Drink Awards 2017: Family Dining Award

PUBLISHED: 11:03 25 July 2017 | UPDATED: 11:03 25 July 2017

We reveal the winner of our Family Dining Award

We reveal the winner of our Family Dining Award


We reveal the winner of the Family Dining Award

This category aims to celebrate our local suppliers and producers who play such a vital role in the food or drink community. The winner of this category can be an individual or company consistently providing reliable, quality products to customers and always looking for the opportunity to go a few steps further.

The finalists...

Cricketers, Redbourn

At the Cricketers you can be assured of a warm welcome, great service and excellent food for all the family. Whether enjoying a meal out, light-bites in our outside seating area or one of our popular desserts, there is something for everyone. When the sun is out there’s also a bouncy castle for the kids.

Fox & Duck, Therfield

Set in the beautiful village of Therfield, the Fox and Duck provides fun for all the family. From an expansive village green, children’s play area and dog-friendly bar, there’s something for everyone.

Golden Fleece, Braughing

As a family business we take pride in welcoming children to the Golden Fleece. All our food is home cooked and as well as a children’s menu, many of the dishes on our a la carte menu are available as smaller portions.

And the winner is...

Golden Fleece, Braughing

Judges said that The Golden Fleece have been awarded the crown for their outstanding welcome to all members of the family, and their exceptional care and attention to detail for the younger diner, offering activities and games and good, wholesome food using excellent local ingredients.


To find out more about our Hertfordshire Food & Drink Awards 2017 and our sponsors, visit www.hertfordshirefada.co.uk.

Were you at the awards? Tweet us your pictures @HertsLife and tag us on Instagram @HertsLife #HertfordshireFADA

Click here to take a look at last year’s winners!

Latest from the Hertfordshire Life