Fife businesswoman Stella Colleluori has just opened a new venture in the fascinating and popular setting of the Fife Folk Museum at Ceres.
Stella, who formerly ran the Edwardian tearoom at the nearby Hill of Tarvit mansion house, has created her Hatters tearoom in the museum extension.
Stella runs Hatters Catering, and caters for a wide array of events including formal dinners, Elizabethan themed evenings, Burns suppers, weddings and dinner parties.
She is involved in local food initiatives and is particularly interested in cooking with wild food from the area.
Stella that she is thrilled to be at the Fife Folk Museum, and is offering customers “a little corner of wonderland”
“Our little space is also full of pretty vintage finds, up cycled furniture and a little added splash of whatever takes our fancy!
“We really do hope that customers enjoy out eclectic surrounding, lovingly prepared food including our homemade dressing, jams , chutney and ketchup…. and the attention of our lovely hard working staff who will always do their very best to make visits pleasurable.”
Stella said that the ethos is to use as much artisan local deliciousness in menus as possible.
Suppliers include – The Wee Tea Company, Eden Brewery, Cairn o Mohr, Ceres Butchers, Braithwaites, Seriously Good Venison and the Country Garden Company
Further details can be found at www.hattersandco.com
The Fife Folk Museum is in the village of Ceres, about 2 miles from Cupar, and has just completed a major renovation. It is run by volunteers, and its collections include agricultural and craft tools, costume, toys and games, domestic equipment, pottery, paintings, and much more.
It is open every day between 1 April and 31 October, 10.30 am to 4.30 pm (last admission 4.00 pm).