Sunday Lunch (and Dinner) is back at the Welbeck Restaurant!
Loaghtan, reared at Ballacosnahan Farm in Patrick featured last week for the first time! It was a sellout with more than a third of our diners opting to try it!
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Sunday lunch is here at the Welbeck Hotel Restaurant once more! From 12:30 to 2:30 (Last Orders) and open again from 5:00 in the evening.
The best Isle of Man Beef and Lamb will feature but most exciting will be the arrival of #ManxLoagthan from Ballacosnahan Farm in Patrick, which we are looking forward to in the near future.
For those who are unaware, The Loaghtan is our local indigenous sheep which was very close to dying out at the end of the 19th century. Because the animal takes 24 months to mature (Best eaten between 2 and 5 years,) it is more expensive to rear and it isn’t strictly lamb which puts off many farmers from producing it. They are fit, hardy creatures, preferring to inhabit the hills and for this reason are less fatty then more common breeds of lamb and sheep.
We are also hoping to sell the wool from our cabinet.