Village Bistro

Village Bistro
Cafe and coffee shop in Chaddesley Corbett
The Village, Chaddesley Corbett, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 4SA
Opening hours: 9:00 - 16:00 (Thu), 9:00 - 21:00 (Fri / Sat), 9:00 - 16:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday



The raspberry and white chocolate cake was one of the best cakes I've tasted - baked on-site by their talented chef


Fab selection of brunch and sweet treats, along with a Sunday lunch and dinner menu for those with a larger appetite


Cappuccino (£2.85), pot of tea (£2.50), Croque Monsieur (£5.90), scrambled eggs (£7.50), smashed avo (£6.50), full breakfast (£10.50, veggie £9.50), baguettes (from £7.00), toast and jam (£3.25), granola (£5.50), double Scotch pancakes (£6.50)


No nearby racking but there's plenty of outdoor seating to keep an eye on your bike


Plenty of seating out back for larger groups, if looking to eat indoors do book ahead as it's a popular destination!


Set in the beautiful village of Chaddesley Corbett, 5 miles south-east of Kidderminster, 9 miles north of Droitwich and a similar distance from Bromsgrove and Stourport-on-Severn

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New to 2021 and set in the beautiful village of Chaddesley Corbett along the picturesque High Street is a hidden delight, open from brunch to dinner, serving up delicious home-cooked food with tasty daily specials. There’s plenty of veggie and vegan options, freshly ground coffee and the staff are extremely welcoming to cyclists.

For brunch you’ll find their famed ‘full house’ and veggie breakfast along with varying fresh sourdough baguettes, Croque Monsieur/Mes Amis, rarebit, scrambled eggs on toast, eggs Benedict, smashed avo and rancheros to name a few. If looking for something different give their take on Turkish shakshuka a try, traditionally a North African dish comprising of spices, eggs and tomatoes, here it’s made green instead with asparagus tips and broad beans (there’s a vegan option with jackfruit and smoked vegan cheese too)!

If you’ll looking for something sweeter you’ll find it hard to resist their infamous double pear Scotch pancakes, served either with clotted cream, chocolate and hazelnut or a vegan coconut cream and biscuit spread. There’s also two delicious granolas, warm blueberry and banana muffins, pastries and the cyclists favourite, toast and jam – with a biscuit spread option!

Whilst visiting we tasted their raspberry and white chocolate cake of the day, it was superb and one of the best I’ve had – top marks to the chef!

As for space, there’s a fabulous outdoor terrace accessed from the nearby side road with plenty of seating and room for your bike in addition to plenty of seating inside their meticulously dining area – do book ahead.

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