Baker & Graze

Baker & Graze
Cafe and coffee shop in Cheltenham
48 Suffolk Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 2AQ
Opening hours: 8:00 - 16:30 (Mon - Fri), 8:30 - 17:00 (Sat), 9:00 - 16:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Superb coffee from Extract Coffee Roasters in Bristol


The roasted field mushrooms with spinach and poached egg was superb, as was the cappuccino from Extract Coffee Roasters of Bristol


The menu heavily features their famous sourdough, alongside deliciously fresh pasties & cakes made on-site, in addition to superb coffee and tea to boot


Americano (£2.90), cappuccino (£3.20), tea (pot, £2.90), sourdough toast (£3.25), sausage / bacon sandwich (£5.00), granola (£5.00), pumpernickel rye (£9.00), shaksuka baked eggs (£9.50), sweet potato rosti (£9.95), confit duck hash (£10.00), 'on toast' sourdough options (smashed avo, chorizo & spinach, roasted mushroom etc., from £9.00), eggs Benedict / Florentine Royale (£12.00), crispy chicken sandwich (£9.95), beef cheek (£8.50), cruffin (£3.80), pastries (from £3.00), tray-bakes (from £2.50), cakes (from £3.50), sausage rolls (£4.00)


There's no nearby racking, however on quieter days bikes can be brought into the cafe or out into their rear garden, alternatively seek racking outside on the A40 / Suffolk Road


Inside and out is plenty of room for small to medium sized groups, bookings for over six are most welcome at weekends. Only let down by the lack of bike racking and accessibility to bring bikes in securely (due to location of property)


Situated on the popular Suffolk Road and a stones throw from the prestigious Montpellier district once you’ve your caffeine and cake fix why not head into the Cotswolds either via Ham or Cleeve Hill and onto the breathtaking villages of Howling, Guiting Power, Andoversford and beyond?

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A popular neighbourhood bakery, cafe and pop-up restaurant in regency Cheltenham, boasting sourdough breads & pastries, alongside delicious breakfasts, brunch & lunch and home-baked cakes.

On the all-day breakfast and lunch menu you’ll varying seasonal dishes with everything from grilled sausage or bacon sandwiches, granola, pumpernickel rye (with hoummus, peppers, avo & poached egg), shaksuka baked eggs, sweet potato rosti to confit duck hash.

Additionally there’s a superb selection of ‘on sourdough’ options where we tried a tasty field mushroom & spinach with poached eggs (pictured), other delights; aubergine caponata, tzatziki & basil, chorizo & scrambled eggs and braised courgette to name a few, served alongside your staple eggs Benedict, Florentine or Royale.

At lunch there’s monkfish goujons, beef cheek croquettas, marinated candy beetroot & watercress with goats curd, crispy chicken sandwich, roasted Evesham asparagus. The coffee is excellent and comes curtesy of Extract Coffee Roasters of Bristol.

For those with a sweet tooth there’s a superb selection of cakes, tray-bakes and pastries proudly on display in their window where if you’re lucky, you may still find a cruffin! Other delights include pistachio Chelsea or cardamon buns, orange & polenta cake, Anzac slice, salted caramel brownies and a very moist carrot cake.

There’s limited space for bikes, however if quiet they can be wheeled into space inside – this should not put you off experiencing the excellent food here! Inside and out in their sheltered courtyard is ample room for small to medium sized groups although at weekends it does get busy (no bookings for groups under six).

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