The Roastery Coffee House

The Roastery Coffee House
Cafe and coffee shop in Gloucester
Unit 3, Orchard Business Park, Bristol Road, Quedgeley, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2 4NE
Opening hours: 9:00 - 16:00 (Mon - Sat), 10:00 - 15:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Great single origin coffee


The Biscoff cookies, Bueno brownies and pork & sage sausage rolls are superb!


With a huge breakfast & lunch menu alongside delicious savoury snacks and homemade cakes, there's something here for everyone! Give their chocolate orange balls and vegan tiffin a try!


Cappuccino (£2.80), tea (£2.40), cakes/cookies/tray bakes (from £2.00), full breakfast brioche bap (£6.30), full English (£9.00), smashed avocado (£5.80), buttermilk pancakes (£6.20), sourdough toast (£2.50), ‘Roasters club’ brioche sandwich (£6.50), soup (£5.50), toasties (£5.60), jacket potatoes (£5.60)


There's no lockable storage nearby (yet) but bikes are welcome out front or just inside the cafe


With a large number of tables indoors and limited seating out front it’s ideal for larger cycling groups passing through Gloucester


The cathedral city is Gloucester is located on the River Severn and perfectly situated between the beautiful areas of the Cotswolds and Forest of Dean, where you’ll find plenty of quiet, scenic roads. Sadly the ones around the coffee house aren’t quite the same - industrial and busy!

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A fabulous coffee house located on the outskirts of Gloucester serving up delicious homemade cakes, cookies and tray bakes alongside a varied selection of breakfasts, lunches and savoury snacks.

Breakfast served until 11:45 (12:45 on Sunday), includes a brioche breakfast bap with all the fillings (sausage, streaky bacon, fried egg), a delicious full English, wild mushroom on toast and smashed avocado with feta & chorizo. You’ll also find their famous buttermilk pancakes in either streaky bacon & maple syrup or banana, blueberry, yogurt & salted caramel sauce. For smaller appetites there’s a greek yogurt with passionfruit, mango and granola or sourdough toast with varying options.

As for lunch, do take a look at the menu we’ve include here as there’s simply too much to list! Notable favourites of ours are the double Gloucester & red onion chutney toastie (available with salad) and the ‘Roastery club’ brioche sandwich, complete with bacon, garlic & herb chicken, mayo and salad. Daily special wraps were a beetroot & falafel and chicken caesar.

There’s also a range of savoury bites available on the counter featuring superb quiches, scotch eggs and sausage rolls. Flavours include a pork & sage, chorizo, chilli & apple, honey & mustard, vegan cheese, leek & potato and curried sweet potato & chickpea.

For those with a sweet tooth you’re spoilt for choice… homemade cakes, their popular chunky cookies, brownies, blondies, flapjacks, chocolate balls and much more! On our last cycle we had the moreish Biscoff cookie complete with Lotus biscuit and a zesty iced lemon cookie. Their Kinder Bueno brownies, Jammie Dodger blondies and chocolate orange balls aren’t to be missed either.

With a vast amount of seating indoors and limited seating out front its ideal for larger cycling groups passing by through the historic cathedral city. Be careful cycling around the roads nearby to the cafe as they’re rather busy with industrial traffic and also not very scenic either, however the cake is well worth the short detour!

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