The Village Kitchen

The Village Kitchen
Cafe and coffee shop in Whaley Bridge
30 Market Street, Whaley Bridge, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23 7LP
Opening hours: 10:00 - 14:00 (Sun, Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri), 9:00 - 14:00 (Sat), closed (Wed)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee

Good cappuccino & flat white

taste

We had the ploughman's and tuna & egg salad, both were generously sized and great value for money

selection

All your cafe staples alongside larger meals, homemade cakes and cream teas. Savoury food includes a selection of wraps, toasties, sandwiches and quiches. Early risers will find a large choice of 'on toast' options, toasted teacakes, a full English or plant based breakfast and their famous oatcakes

value

Americano (£2.80), cappuccino (£3.00), flat white (£3.50), tea (£2.20), teacake (£2.50), toast (£2.50), 'on toast' options (from £3.95), full English (£8.95), veggie breakfast (£7.95), pancakes (£6.50), smashed avocado (£6.50), Derbyshire oatcakes (£5.50), toasties (£6.95), paninis (£6.95), Ploughman's (£8.50), sandwiches (£4.95), wraps (£7.50), fish finger butty (£4.50), salads (£7.95), cakes (from £3.50), tray-bakes (£3.00)

storage

There's dedicated bike racking (pictured) in their sheltered rear terrace and garden, accessed by the side road adjacent to the cafe

groups

With a good number of tables outside along with the same inside too, it's the ideal pitstop when exploring the picturesque Peak District

location

In the High Peak are of the Peak District National Park, Whaley Bridge is an ideal stopping point when exploring nearby Errwood Reservoir, the spa town of Buxton or heading east towards Kinder Scout, Hope Valley, Upper Derwent or beyond

Region
Derbyshire Peak District
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A favourite with locals and tourists alike, a super family-run cafe boasting a sun-trapped terrace along with all your cafe favourites, homemade cakes and plenty of room to relax.

Early risers will find their famous & loaded Derbyshire oatcakes alongside a large choice of ‘on toast’ options, toasted teacakes and full English or plant based breakfast. Their lunch selection includes a choice of wraps, toasties, salads, sandwiches and quiches, the delicious Ploughman’s (pictured) was our choice for lunch.

Cakes on our last visited included a very berry cheesecake, lemon meringue pie, cornflake cake, Viennese whirls, millionaire shortbread, rocky road and chocolate brownies. Did we mention the local sweet delicacy too? A Manchester tart, a traditional tart consisting of a shortcrust pastry shell, spread with raspberry jam, covered in a custard filling and topped with coconut flakes and Maraschino cherry. Also you can’t be a cafe in the Peak District without having your own Bakewell tart!

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