For me it’s always exciting to discover sustainable restaurants, especially outside of London as they are few and far between. A few months back I stumbled across Lussmans in Tring, Hertfordshire. After searching online for somewhere to grab some lunch friends, I found this place. Being immediately absorbed by their tasteful colonial decor, I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered they were sustainable too. Browsing their menu, it was refreshing to know that their produce was responsibly sourced and their ethos is reflected in their menu, which includes a selection of Organic meats, fish and veg. Lussmans are completely transparent with their supply chain and support local farming all over the country. So if you’re more of a conscious eater it’s definitely worth a visit. Take a look at their summer menu here!
Lussmanns is founded on the fundamental belief that it’s possible to be ethical and profitable. What we’re trying to do is make sustainable dining accessible to everyone — providing a ‘classy but classless’, locals-driven alternative that consistently delivers great food, service and value to diners. Our aim is to promote sustainability almost ‘by stealth’ or, in the words of the Independent on Sunday, to be ‘ethical, delicious and preach-free’.
We are founder members of the Sustainable Restaurant Association, SRA 3 star champions and two-time winners of Sustainable Small Restaurant Group of the Year. Find out more about our great British suppliers.