At the bakery in Crich, we also have a friendly and welcoming café serving a varietly of hot and cold drinks and food.
Our popular café menu includes a full choice of breakfast items including the popular vegetarian haggis. As well as straight-forward sandwiches, we have a range of gourmet choices and our Italian panini. All are available with a choice of crusty white, wholemeal, malted grain and sourdough breads - baked fresh every day in the bakery. For a more substantial meals, how about our home made soup served with a soft roll, salads or one of our toasties. Or choose from one of the following freshly made meals:
Do come along for some lunch, tea and cake, or simply a relaxed coffee.
Dogs in the café
Of course, we welcome your well behaved pooch into our café... we just ask that you keep them on their lead !
Tue: 8am - 5pm
Weds: 8am - 5pm : pizza night 6pm - 9pm
Thurs: 8am - 5pm
Fri: 8am - 5pm
Sat: 8:30am - 4:30
Sun: 9am - 4pm
let us do the cooking this Wednesday...
come and enjoy delicious fresh pizzas either in the comfort of the café or to take away. We are open from 6pm until 9pm every Wednesday. To book a table (recommended) or to order a takeaway, just phone on 01773 857074. View the full pizza menu here.
tempt your taste buds with a delicious special pizza which will change every week. On Wednesday 21 February the pizza special is the Putanesca: Cherry tomato, anchovies, capers and kalamata olives. There is a full list of the weekly specials below.
you can download and print the takeaway menu as a pdf (large file).
download a pdf of the pizza menu
Our deli counter is often laden with fantatic local chutneys, jellies, jams and honeys as well as delicious continental cheeses, olives and cured meats.
The most recent addition to the counter is Vork Pies, from Pie Eyed Kitchen. These are 100% vegan pies with various fillings such as Tamarind sweet potato or a piri piri filling - pictured above is our vork pie platter.
If there is anything you would like us to stock, just ask...
18 June 2018
Day 1 of our journey from England's most Easterly point to Ireland's most Westerly. Cycling all the way, raising money for Prostate Cancer UK
17 June 2018
Travelling day to Lowestoft in readiness for the 600 mile ride East to West across England, Wales and Ireland.
16 June 2018
Boss of the loaf, Andrew Auld, cycles with his brother Rob from one side of the British Isles and Ireland to the other to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.