Decades Tearoom

Decades Tearoom
Cafe and coffee shop in Mickleton
Tops Nursery, Broadway Road, Mickleton, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6PT
Opening hours: 10:00 - 15:00 (Mon - Fri), 10:00 - 14:00 (Sat / Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee

Excellent coffee!

taste

Their homemade scones are superb as are the locally sourced Arlington Cacklebean eggs with their vivid orange yokes

selection

All your cafe favourites here but don't think off the shelf teacakes - their homemade and much better than those you normally expect. We'd recommend anything with their sourced Arlington eggs and a slice of homemade cake to finish

value

Americano (£3.00), cappuccino (£3.00), flat white (£3.00), tea (£3.00), 'on toast' (from £4.50), sausage or bacon baps (£6.00), full breakfast (£13.50), pancakes (£9.50), toasties (from £8.50), ploughman's (£16.95), fish finger sandwich (£10.50), sandwiches (£7.50), teacake (£6.00), sausage roll (£6.00), cream tea (£9.50)

storage

You'll find bike racking out front

groups

Larger groups will want to find an alternate pitstop but small to medium sized groups are most welcome. The food is all homemade so therefore do be patient

location

We're just six miles north-east of the 'Jewel of the Cotswolds' Broadway and just over the hill from the chocolate box town of Chipping Campden. Be sure to tackle the hilly ascent via Dovers Hill before heading onto touristy Bourton-on-the-Water and beyond

Region
Gloucestershire The Cotswolds
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Popular with the locals, this family-run cafe situated on the edge of the village of Mickleton in the stunning north Cotswolds is an ideal pitstop when cycling, walking or exploring around nearby Dovers Hill, Broadway and Ilmington or a stopping point for Stratford-upon-Avon and beyond.

You’ll find all your cafe favourites, alongside their all-day breakfast menu; ‘on toast’, breakfast baps, full English, soup, toasties, sandwiches, teacakes (artisan), ploughman’s, fish finger sandwiches plus larger meals too. We can’t but mention that the eggs are Cacklebean and feature a very orange (and tasty) yoke! There’s also Bob’s famous sausage rolls and artisan pizzas too. Cakes on our visit included a Victoria sponge, flapjack and coffee & walnut.

Outdoors you’ll find limited undercover seating alongside a good number of tables inside too. Advanced notification is appreciated and the owner, Bob, does advise larger groups may wish to look elsewhere if looking for a speedy food fix.

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