The Three Fishes is a pub that has sustainability at its core. Michelin starred chef Nigel Haworth, who previously worked at the Northcote, bought the Lancashire pub in 2021 with plans to take it to ‘new heights.’
Dishes range from contemporary to classic British, showcasing Lancashire’s exceptional ingredients. The aim is to deliver truly exceptional dishes from farm to fork, with zero waste being a top priority.
Customers have a choice to choose from it’s a la carte menu, to its seasonal menu, which consists of specially selected courses featuring carefully sourced local ingredients.
Menus change with the seasons with ingredients sourced from its own one-acre vegetable garden. If it can’t source anything from its own garden it has close relationships with hand-picked local ethical suppliers.
A huge polytunnel is tucked away behind its main growing area fulfilling its requirements for herbs, salads and crops which need more warmth and sunlight. Hawthorne is even planting an edible forest to provide the real taste of orchard fruits, focusing on heritage varieties.