The Kitchen

The Kitchen
Cafe and coffee shop in Wyre Piddle
Main Road, Wyre Piddle, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10 2HP
Opening hours: 9:00 - 15:00 (Sun - Fri), 9:00 - 16:00 (Sat)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Superb cappuccino!


With plenty of interesting all-day brunch options available aside from your staples, we’d highly recommend giving the sweetcorn & beetroot fritters with poached eggs a try. The potato & chorizo hash and pulled pork sliders are also firm favourites of ours


A delicious seasonal brunch menu, all freshly prepared in-house, alongside homemade cakes and superb coffee


Cappuccino (£3.00), tea (£2.50), full English/veggie (£10.00), eggs Benedict (£8.50), potato & chorizo hash (£9.50), sweetcorn fritters with beetroot & poached eggs (£10.50), pulled pork slider (£9.50), Greek salad (£7.50), overnight oats (£5.50), toast (£3.00), waffles (from £6.50), cakes/brownies (from £3.00), cookies (£2.00)


Sadly storage lets us down here, however when not so busy you're welcome to take your bikes through the cafe into the rear garden or alternatively leave them out front where you can keep an eye on them from select tables


There's a large rear, sheltered terrace with fabulous views across the River Avon in addition to a good number of tables inside too


Situated just two miles north of the Georgian, riverside town of Pershore, we’re just a short cycle away from quiet, scenic roads travelling through the Lenches villages found within the Vale of Evesham, onto Feckenham, Redditch and beyond. Alternatively head around the popular Bredon Hill circular cycling loop and into the north Cotswolds

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After a brilliant brunch? A recently opened, family-run cafe and environmentally friendly village shop sits proudly within the quiet village of Wyre Piddle, just a two mile cycle north of the Georgian market town of Pershore.

With an all-day brunch menu served Thursday to Monday (coffee & cake served Tuesday and Wednesday), featured alongside your staples there’s lots to tickle those tastebuds, using seasonal and locally sourced produce, accompanied with excellent coffee.

Firm brunch favourites of ours include the sweetcorn & beetroot fritters served with poached eggs & dill. The potato & chorizo hash and peach, prosciutto & mozzarella bruschetta with mint & honey dressing and pulled pork slider served on a brioche bun with crispy onions & Asian slaw are also highly recommended!

For those looking for something sweet there’s a small selection of daily baked homemade cakes set on the counter, during our last visit included a carrot cake, Victoria sponge and gluten-free brownies.

Inside the cafe has been meticulously decorated and feels very cosy, you’ll find a good number of tables for small to medium sized groups. Bookings are advised and can be done via their website.

Out back is a large, sheltered terrace offering fabulous views across the River Avon. Sadly out front there’s little room for bikes and no bike racking (although the owners are looking into this), however when not so busy you’re welcome to take your bikes through the cafe into the rear garden.

Last visited in March 2023

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