A friendly and meticulously decorated cafe & coffee house located in the small rural village of Stanford Bridge, located on the banks of the River Teme. Step inside and you’ll find plenty of space to rest those legs, ideal for groups of all sizes with advanced bookings most welcome.
What’s more during the winter months you’ll find a most welcome log burner (pictured). Outdoors is a small terraced seating area and plenty of room to store your bikes!
For those early risers (served until midday) you’ll find a filling veggie and English breakfast, alongside a breakfast sausage or bacon panini, rye bread with salmon & poached or scrambled eggs, egg Florentine and American pancakes.
At lunch (until 14:30) there’s a selection of six paninis including a sausage & caramelised onion, soup of the day, their ‘Den special’ (the rye bread option from breakfast) and fishcakes with poached egg & Hollandaise sauce.
As for sweet treats on the counter you’ll find a delicious selection of homemade cakes where on our most recent visit these included a ‘ultimate chocolate’ (yum!), coffee & walnut, Victoria sponge, double chocolate brownie and a range of scones, croissants and teacakes.
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