Rickyard Café

Rickyard Café
Cafe and coffee shop in Romsley
St Kenelm's Road, Romsley, Halesowen, West Midlands, B62 0PG
Opening hours: 8:30 - 17:00 (Mon - Sat), 9:30 - 16:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Superb roasted coffee from Common Coffee of Scotland


We'd highly recommend trying their sweetcorn fritters served with halloumi or the Rickyard breakfast. For that sugar fix do try nanny's famous fruit cake or the very fragrant apple & cinnamon slice


With refreshingly different and ever changing breakfast and lunch options including all your favourite cafe staples, alongside moreishly tempting cakes and fab coffee, there's something here for everyone


Americano (£2.90), cappuccino (£3.30), tea (£2.70), Rickyard breakfast (£10.95), eggs Benedict (£9.95), eggs royale (£10.95), mushroom benedict (£7.95), eggs on toast (£6.50), pancakes (£7.50), sweetcorn fritters (£9.95), smashed avo on sourdough (£8.95), breakfast muffin (£7.95), bacon / sausage sandwich (£5.50), toast / toasted teacake (£2.95), salads (from £9.50), sandwiches (from £5.95), jacket potatoes (from £6.95), paninis (£7.95), burgers (from £10.95), chickpea channa (£10.95), pulled beef brisket (£10.95), tray-bakes (from £2.50), cakes (£3.95), scones with jam (£3.50), croissants (£2.95)


Directly out front is dedicated (and lockable) bike racking with clear visibility from the cafe


With a large number of tables both inside and out in their newly opened and scenic outdoor seating area, groups of all sizes with have no problem finding a table. Service is quick and advanced bookings are most welcome


We’re just two miles from the hilly and scenic ascent of the Clent Hills along the popular St Kenelm's Pass where at the top you’re greeted with views as far as Shropshire, the Malvern Hills and over the West Midlands. Once refuelled do head onto Belbroughton, Chaddersley Corbett and towards the famous salt spa town of Droitwich

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New for 2023 is a superb, modern cafe boasting an awesome outdoor seating area with scenic views aplenty alongside serving up deliciously different breakfast and lunch dishes, great roasted coffee and locally made (and moreish) cakes!

Breakfast is served until 11:30 and on our last visit included varying eggs (benedict, royale, mushroom benedict, or just plain egg), buttermilk pancakes, sweetcorn fritters, smashed avo & sourdough, breakfast muffin (bacon or sausage with fried egg, hashbrown & cheese), bacon or sausage sandwiches and rack of toast. This in addition to their famous and filling ‘Rickyard’ breakfast served with Cumberland sausage, bacon, hashbrown, choice of egg, sourdough and sides.

Lunch is as equally pleasing with a superb range of sandwiches, toasties, salads, jackets and burgers, our favourites include the pear & walnut salad and pulled pork bap with gravy, stuffing & apple sauce. Larger plates include sweetcorn fritters & grilled halloumi, chickpea channa (curried chickpeas, mushroom & steamed rice) and pulled pork brisket.

For those with a sweet tooth the huge selection of cakes are all baked locally, flavours include apple & cinnamon (pictured), ‘old skool’ cake, chocolate & cherry (yum), nanny’s fruit slice, chocolate orange, lemon meringue, a vegan chocolate cake, caramel shortcake (gluten free), millionaire slice and range of scones.

Their newly opened benched seating overlooks the Clent Hills (do try out very own circular road cycling route) and tranquil lake is superb for resting those legs and you’ll find plenty of tables both inside their modern cafe and out in the terraced seating area. There’s dedicated bike racking visible from the seating inside directly out front too.

The coffee on tap is rotated regularly in addition to their current resident roaster, Common Coffee of Pathhead, Scotland.

Last visited in August 2023

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