All our Lamb is locally sourced from Woods Farm in Oxfordshire who specialise in only supplying produce to independent butchers shops.

They fully comply with the standards of voluntary schemes to protect animal welfare and ensure food safety, are independently inspected to meet the high welfare and health safety criteria set in this country; to ensure you receive safe, welfare friendly lamb.

Lamb cuts available at Halls of Hazlmere

Joints Leg– Arguably the most popular lamb roasting joint, perfect for simple roasting, available boned and trimmed or boned and rolled

Rack of Lamb– An elegant cut that not only tastes wonderful but looks impressive. Great for roasting, but also delicious when done on the BBQ. Available plain or with a dusting of mint and herbs or rosemary and thyme

Shoulder – The tastiest and sweetest of all the cuts, with a flavour that really develops when slow roasted

Boneless Saddle – A tender and lean cut, perfect for larger parties or special occasions


Steaks Loin Chops– Tender prime cuts with a wonderful flavour that can be baked, fried or grilled. Available plain or with a choice of a minty marinade or a rosemary and garlic marinade.


Specials Lamb Shanks– A Lean cut, perfect for slow cooking, available plain or with a red currant and rosemary glaze

Lamb Fillet– Tender, lean boneless neck of lamb, available plain, with a garlic and herb crust or a marinade of oregano, thyme and garlic

Lamb Burger – Lean minced lamb with a minty glaze, perfect for adding something a little different to your BBQ

Mint Lamb Kebabs – Cubes of lamb fillet brushed with a mint marinade, served on skewers with peppers

Lamb Kofta Kebabs – Minced lamb mixed with either Chinese herbs and spices or our mint marinade

Minty Lamb Stirfry – Thinly sliced lamb pieces with onions and peppers, tossed in a mint marinade


We have a wide range of our speciality lamb dishes available at all times, but feel free to call ahead to ensure we have just what you are looking for

You will find more lamb dishes in our oven ready section



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