Central Cross Cafe

Central Cross Cafe
Cafe and coffee shop, Cheltenham
Central Cross Drive, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 2DX
Opening hours: 8:30 - 17:00 (Mon - Fri), 9:00 - 17:00 (Sat - Sun)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee

Great freshly ground coffee and Teapigs tea

taste

The rich fruit cake and orange and almond slices are a must try, along with the chicken, chorizo and sweetcorn relish toastie

selection

Fab selection of snacks, breakfast, lunch and cakes throughout the day including hot breakfast rolls, sandwiches, wraps, salads, soups, paninis, pasties, smoothies and ice-cream

value

Extremely affordable. Cappuccino (£2.20), tea pot (Teapigs, £1.80), flapjacks (£1.60), traybakes, cakes and muffins (from £2.00), hot chocolate (£2.40), crumpets / croissant with jam/butter (£1.95), English breakfast muffins (from £3.95), Wolfy's porridge (£2.95), breakfast baps (1 - 3 fillings, £2.80 - £3.95), paninis (£4.25), sausage rolls (£1.50)

storage

Bike racking available outside and plenty of outdoor seating in their new patio area

groups

Outdoor seating only but there's plenty of it. Alternatively take-away and enjoy the glorious Pitville Park

location

Located in the beautiful Pitville Park in central Cheltenham, the legs are beaconing for those nearby Cotswolds hills - try heading up via Hailes Abbey and Farmcote

Region
Gloucestershire The Cotswolds
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If you’re looking for a quick pitstop and delicious cakes at superb prices around regency Cheltenham, be sure to stop by Central Cross Cafe in Pitville Park.

Inside the former ice cream hut you’ll find freshly ground coffee, their famously tasty home-made cakes and traybakes, hot breakfast rolls, sandwiches, salads, soup, paninis, pasties and of cource ice-cream. There’s plenty of seating in their new outside patio area, complete with blankets for those winter months and there’s great bike racking too.

Until midday you’ll find delicious breakfast muffins including eggs Benedict, Florentine and smoked salmon with cream cheese, Wolfy’s porridge pots (from nearby Stroud), filled breakfast baps with meat supplied by Gloucester Sausage Co and toasted crumpets or croissants with jam and honey.

For lunch there’s a great selection of toasted ciabatta paninis including our favourite of chicken, chorizo and home-made sweetcorn relish alonside pasties from Jane’s Pantry in Gloucester and freshly made sandwiches, wraps and salads from their self-service counter.

As for cake favourites we’d highly recommend sampling their rich fruit cake, toffee apple slice or orange and almond cake! For those looking for the cycle sustenance there’s always a plain and favourited flapjack available too.

Opened in 1825, Pitville Park is Cheltenham’s largest ornamental park and includes playgrounds, a boating lake and an aviary!

Cycle routes which pass nearby to Central Cross Cafe

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