Kin Kitchen

Kin Kitchen
Cafe and coffee shop in Ludlow
5 Old Street, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 1NW
Opening hours: 9:30 - 16:30 (Wed - Fri), 9:30 - 17:00 (Sat), 10:00 - 16:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee

Delicious cappuccino

taste

The gooseberry and coconut cake was fantastic as was the cappuccino!

selection

A superb selection of locally sourced meals, savoury snacks and sweet treats. Their Butty Bach Welsh rarebit with chutney or jam and quesadillas are not to be missed! You'll also find tea cakes, scones and a egg/bacon bap for smaller appetites

value

Cappuccino (£2.50), loose leaf tea (£2.60), bacon & egg bap (£6.50), scrambled eggs/smoked salmon/beer bread toast (£9.00), soup (£5.50), Butty Bach Welsh rarebit & chutney/chilli jam (£7.00), quesadillas (£9.00), pancakes (£6.50), affogato (£4.50), scone/jam & cream (£3.50), toasted tea cake (£2.50), cakes (£3.50), pain au chocolat (from £2.20)

storage

Accessed via the side gate is their enclosed rear garden where there's plenty of room to place your bike, you can also see the garden from indoors

groups

There's plenty of seating both inside and out, with room for bikes in their enclosed rear garden, accessed via their side gate

location

Set in picturesque Ludlow with it's 11th century castle, here's an ideal stopping point for cycling around the Shropshire Hills AONB and exploring spectacular, scenic and quiet roads by bike. Once refuelled why not give one of our nearby routes a try, including up nearby Brown Clee Hill

Region
Shropshire
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A recently opened, family run cafe in the heart of Ludlow, just a short meander from it’s 11th century castle and with an emphasis on freshly cooked dishes, seasonal specials, homemade cakes and great coffee.

At breakfast, goodies include scrambled eggs, smoked salmon & beer bread toast, grilled bacon & Perl Wen (cheese) bap, bacon & egg bap, devilled mushrooms and of course a toasted tea cake. As for lunch there’s their famous Butty Bach Welsh rarebit & chutney or chilli jam, vegetarian quesadillas (VE available) and pork and fennel ragu to name a few.

For those looking for something sweet you’ll find their own delicious pancakes, affogato, cream scones and a superb selection of homemade cakes – the gooseberry and coconut is devine.

Out back there’s a delightful enclosed garden complete with side access, making it perfect for larger cycling groups. Additionally inside the meticulously designed interior there’s plenty of seating and you’ll find their a fantastic selection of cakes on display.

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