Honey & Ginger

Honey & Ginger
Cafe and coffee shop in Bristol /.Failand
9 Clevedon Road, Failand, Bristol, Somerset, BS8 3UL
Opening hours: 8:00 - 18:00 (Mon - Fri), 8:30 - 16:00 (Sat), 9:00 - 16:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee

Fantastic cappuccino!

taste

The Biscoff millionaire shortbread and chocolate egg blondies were superb during our last visit

selection

Priding themselves on using local suppliers, you'll find a great range of savoury rolls, pasties, scotch eggs, quiches and paninis in addition to a tasty selection of homemade cakes and tray-bakes, great coffee and an extremely well stocked farmshop

value

Cappuccino (£2.60), tea (£1.60), cakes (from £2,30), tray-bakes (from £2,00), sausage/veggie rolls (£3.60), quiches (£3.00), panini (with tortilla crisps, £5.50), pastries (from £1.70), smoothies & milkshakes (£3.60)

storage

There's space available for bikes within the sheltered outdoor seating area

groups

There's limited seating inside for smaller groups, alongside a larger and sheltered outdoor terrace. However why not take-away and enjoy the pretty village of Failand?

location

Located just 6 miles west of Bristol we're just a stones throw away from quiet roads around Bristol and the rural county of Somerset

Region
City of Bristol Somerset
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A fantastic family-run community cafe and farmshop in the pretty village of Failand, just 6 miles west of city of Bristol. Step inside and you’ll find a bustling cafe serving up fantastic coffee, homemade cakes and plenty of locally sourced savoury snacks, perfect for hungry cyclists exploring Somerset, Bristol and beyond.

Their homemade cakes include a fabulous honey & bergamot (citrus) slice, Biscoff millionaire shortbread, chocolate orange blondie, Oreo, caramel egg or salted caramel brownies, pastel de nata (Portuguese egg tart) and white chocolate and raspberry muffin to name a few. See our pictures for inspiration!

As for savoury snacks, they’re delicious and locally sourced, featuring scotch eggs from Nutts in Weston-super-Mare (give the ‘Scrumpy Janet’ a try featuring their famous Jungle Juice), pies & pasties from Chunks of Devon in Ottery St Mary and quiches from Brockley in Bristol. There’s also a changing daily menu of toasted paninis, all reasonably priced and served with tortilla crisps.

In terms of space, there’s a small amount seating available inside, in addition to a larger sheltered outdoor terrace with plenty of room to place your bikes whilst you rest those weary legs.

For those looking for nearby attractions, we’re just a stones throw from the Victorian Gothic Revival house and parkland of Tyntesfield, now owned by the National Trust and a fantastic way to spend an afternoon if not travelling by bike.

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