The Deli at Belbroughton

The Deli at Belbroughton
Cafe and coffee shop in Belbroughton
Hartle Lane, Belbroughton, Worcestershire, DY9 9TG
Opening hours: 9:30 - 14:45 (Mon / Tue), 9:00 - 16:00 (Wed - Sat), 9:00 - 14:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Coffee is from Indigo Valley Coffee Company in Burford


The chicken tikka cob roll and chocolate orange tiffin was delicious


Priding themselves on using local produce and suppliers there's a superb selection of tasty savoury sourdough baguettes, paninis, sandwiches, rolls, sausage rolls & pasties, scotch eggs, soups and jacket potatoes. As for sweet, there's a large range of homemade cakes, patisseries, tray-bakes and scones


Cappuccino (£2.85), tea (Yorkshire, £2.00), sandwiches (£3.50), sourdough baguettes (£4.00), paninis (£4.50), jacket potatoes (£5.00), soup (£4.50), pastries/sausage rolls (from £2.00), cakes & tray-bakes (from £2.00), pastries (from £2.00), cookies & biscuits (from £1.50)


Limited secure bike racking out front as you enter, and also plenty of space in the outdoor terraced area


There's limited seating inside although the large terraced seating area makes it ideal for medium sized cycling groups exploring north Worcestershire and the West Midlands


Located a short distance from the Clent Hills and nearby to Bridgnorth, Bewdley, Chaddesley Corbett and Stourport-on-Severn along quiet scenic roads, the deli makes an ideal pitstop

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A family run deli and coffee shop in the charming village of Belbroughton found at the foot of the popular Clent Hills with it’s hilly St Kenelm’s Pass ascent and just six miles from the Worcestershire towns of Kidderminster, Stourbridge and Bromsgrove.

Inside you’ll find a superb selection of sourdough baguettes, savoury sausage rolls, pasties, scotch eggs, paninis, sandwiches, cob/rolls, soups (around 4 choices), jacket potatoes and teacakes. For those with a sweet tooth there’s a large range of homemade cakes, patisseries, tray-bakes and scones available including their famous chocolate fudge cake and cream eclairs.

Out front there’s dedicated bike racking and a large terraced seating area, a popular destination on Sunday mornings and an ideal pitstop for cycling groups. Inside the deli there’s a number of tables and on display is a great range of locally sourced produce and deli items.

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