What all started as a fruit stall on the side of the road in 1964, has turned into a family business which employs 65 people.
After a devastating fire last year, which destroyed their long-serving restaurant, the new Peregrine Cafe is now open!
Co-owner, Justin Burls, said ‘The fire was a devastating blow to us, but gave us an opportunity to take a good look at where we are, and prepare to take Peregrine into the next 50 years –and as much as it’s a fresh beginning it also feels like a continuation of our journey. We have drawn on the amazing design and craftsmanship talent in the area to completely reinvent the space and we are thrilled with the outcome.’
They have a delicious menu which includes burgers, toasties, fresh salads with wood roasted veggies and heartier dished like Peregrine’s own Venison Pie, which can be enjoyed with a glass of freshly squeezed juice, Elgin wine or locally made Everson’s cider – yum! It’s definitely the spot to stop and have a snack when you’re in the neighbourhood!