Sourdough loaves

the café and deli

the loaf café

Our cafe is open Tuesday to Sunday, serving freshly prepared and mouth watering meals for you to enjoy!

View our menus here:

Drinks

Breakfast

Lunch

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 !

We ask that you do not bring your dog along if you are coming to our Pizza night on a Wednesday.

The Loaf Shop front

Opening hours

Monday: closed

Tue: 8am - 5pm

Weds: 8am - 5pm : pizza night 6pm - 9pm

Thurs: 8am - 5pm

Fri: 8am - 5pm

Sat: 8:30am - 4:30

Sun: 9am - 4pm

wednesday night is pizza night

the loaf special pizza on pizza board

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. TTempt your taste buds with a delicious special pizza which changes every week, see our specials list here

 If you have any suggestions for new pizzas to try, just drop me an email on enquiries@theloaf.co.uk ! We are regularly fully booked, so do phone to reserve your table if you fancy a pleasant evening of good food and convivial company. View the pizza menu here and though we don't have a licence, you are welcome to 'bring your own'. Call 01773 857074 to book a table or order a takeaway pizza.

 

deli

the deli shelves

Our deli counter is often laden with fantastic local chutneys, jellies, jams and honeys as well as delicious continental cheeses, olives and cured meats.

If there is anything you would like us to stock, just ask...


 

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