WHERE FABULOUS FASHION & FOOD COME TOGETHER
Closed Mondays. Tuesday to Saturday 9.30am-4pm (Last Orders 3pm). Sundays 10-2pm (January – April)
Please note we are closed Easter Sunday & Easter Monday.
Breakfast, brunch and lunch are served on a first come, first served basis only. The Wild Plum accommodates up to 35 people.
The Wild Plum, is located on the 1st floor within Snooty Frox of Harrogate, only a stones throw away from Hornbeam Park train station. It is the perfect addition to our beautiful store and is a great place to relax and enjoy exquisitely presented home cooked food after sampling the ultimate shopping experience. The Wild Plum coffee shop provides a mouth watering menu for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. All our food is lovingly prepared and baked on the premises using only the very best, fresh and local produce.
Plus mouth-watering specials and desserts available daily.
Afternoon Tea Reservations
Breakfast, brunch and lunch are served on a first come, first served basis only.
Afternoon teas can be booked, to make an afternoon tea reservation at The Wild Plum, please fill in the form below and click Reserve Now we will contact you to confirm the booking. If your booking is for within 48 please call 01423 815320 and we can check availability.
Afternoon tea bookings are taken Tuesday-Thursday at 2.30pm.
For all other enquiries please call us on 01423 815 320.
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Opening HoursClosed Mondays. Tue - Sat 9:30am - 4:00pm (last orders 3.30pm)
Sundays 10-2pm.We provide free parking & offer a stairlift.
DIARY DATES FOR THE WILD PLUM
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Meet The Chef
It seems Bethany Haresign was destined to spend her life around food from the beginning. Her mother Hilary Haresign was herself a chef before opening her specialist fashion boutique, Snooty Frox of Harrogate. She introduced her daughter to cooking at an early age and Beth was making jam tarts by the time she was three. Beth’s great grandma had a baker’s shop in Hunslet, Leeds, and Beth’s grandma owned a restaurant. So Beth’s love of food and cooking is part of her DNA.
Bethany trained at Thomas Danby College, Leeds and won the title student of the year two years running. She then spent a period training with Michel Roux at the Waterside Inn in Bray where she cooked for the Queen as well as many celebrities. She has also worked with the award-winning chef Andrew Pern at the Star Inn, Harome.
Bethany makes everything from scratch using only the best ingredients which are always from Yorkshire or as near to Yorkshire as possible. She prides herself on making customers happy and providing them with the “wow” factor. Taste, flavour and presentation are all really important, as is the challenge to constantly bring something new to the table.