A hip coffee shop and micro bar located in the village of Hagley on the Worcestershire and West Midlands border, just 4 miles from the popular Clent Hills.
During the day until 4pm you’ll find delicious coffee, loose leaf tea and a wide range of sweet treats – the chocolate and banana loaf was just what we needed for an early morning ride.
There’s a fabulous brunch menu served until 2pm featuring breakfast baps (veggie and bacon, egg, hash brown), a full veggie/English, smashed avo and their famous homemade pancakes with either mixed berries and yogurt or streaky bacon and maple syrup. With lunch from 11am there’s a variety of grilled cheese sandwiches including ham hock and mushroom melt.
Of course a cycle isn’t complete without a slice of cake! Here it changes by the day and the variety includes raspberry and white chocolate or caramel blondies, Oreo rocky road, eton mess slice, coffee and walnut cake, mint creme brownies and lemon drizzle to name a few!
For those passing late afternoon/evening, be sure to stay up to date with their pop-up street food evenings, running from 4pm Thursday to Saturday. Some of the visiting traders include the fantastic StripClub Burgers, Buddha Belly, Las Quetas and Kebab Cartel.
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