Situated just three miles from the Georgian town of Alcester and nearby market towns of Evesham and Redditch is a superb cafe found at at the award winning Hillers Farm Shop; established in 1920 and still family-run to this day.
Perfect for cycling groups and clubs of all sizes, you’ll have no issues with finding space here; there’s a countless number of tables outside in their beautiful gardens alongside plenty in their warm restaurant too. Additionally outdoors you’ll find the ‘Hillers Hut’ offering a takeaway and outside food service alongside plenty of bike racking and water tap too.
Their homemade cakes include a Scottish Dundee cake, carrot, coffee & walnut, chocolate, Victoria, lemon drizzle or Bakewell alongside tiffin, flapjacks, shortbread, a millionaire slice and a firm cyclist favourite, rocky road. If these aren’t filling enough there’s a ‘desert of the day’ and warm brownie alongside an excellent cream and bookable afternoon tea (from 2pm).
For those early risers there’s everything from their locally sourced full English to breakfast baps, a delicious hash brown with egg & cheese and muesli and toasted tea cakes.
Lunchtime sees a range of both small and large plates including their popular Warwickshire Truckle cheese (of nearby Earlswood) & ale rarebit, savoury flan, range of burgers (including meat from the nearby Ragley estate), goats cheese salad and range of affordable paninis and sandwiches.