Otis & Belle

Otis & Belle
Cafe and coffee shop in Moreton-in-Marsh
2 Old Market Way, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0AJ
Opening hours: 8:00 - 14:00 (Tue - Sat), 9:00 - 15:00 (Sun), closed (Mon)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

A superb roast from the Gentlemen Baristas, London


The pastrami, Swiss cheese and pickle brioche sandwich was sublime, as was the florentine


Does anything beat the smell of freshly baked French pastries and sourdough? With a great range of sweet and savoury goods alongside delicious coffee, here's the ideal pitstop for that north Cotswold cycle ride


Cappuccino (£3.00), tea (£2.00), cakes and traybakes (from £2.25), florentines (£1.50), croissants / pastries (from £2.00), sandwiches / rolls (from £4.50), pide / Turkish pizza (£6.00), sausage rolls (£3.50)


There's bike racking directly outside the bakery, in front of the outdoor seating


Out front there's plenty of seating for cycling groups along with a small number of tables inside too. If cycling in a larger group, takeaway and enjoy in the nearby market square opposite


Moreton-in-Marsh is located in the North Cotswolds and a superb pitstop when exploring nearby Bourton-on-the-Water, Stoe-on-the-Wold and the idyllic villages of Lower Slaughter, Batsford, Evenlode and Adlestrop

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Found along the honey lined High Street in the Cotswold market town of Moreton-in-Marsh (and nearby Stow-on-the-Wold) is a superb French patisserie, artisan sourdough bakery and coffee shop. 

Inside the bustling patisserie named after the owner’s children, you’ll find a superb selection of freshly baked patisseries, viennoiserie (pastries), cakes, eclairs, buns, sausage rolls and sandwiches. Also proudly on display is also their delicious sourdough made with flour from nearby Shipton Mill and superb coffee from the Gentlemen Baristas.

Sweet treats, all baked by Will the French pastry chef and bakery owner, range from orange polenta cake, lemon drizzle, millionaire shortbread, coconut macaroons, florentines, brownies, croissants and pan au chocolat. A notable mention must also go out to their cinnamon buns which are the talk of the town and not to be missed should you find some.

For those looking for something savoury there’s a great selection of viennoiserie including a apricot & harissa sausage roll, ham & cheese croissant and their decadent pides (pee-dah), a Turkish flatbread/pizza available as goats cheese & sun-dried tomato or nduja, ham & cheese. During our last morning visit we gobbled up the remaining pastrami, Swiss cheese and pickle brioche roll (as pictured), absolutely fantastic as was the accompanying florentine and cappuccino.

Out front there’s plenty of seating for cycling groups along with a small number of tables inside too. If struggling for space or cycling in a larger group, simply takeaway and enjoy in the nearby market square opposite and rest those weary legs.

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