Castle Farm Cafe (veg)

www.castlefarmcafe.co.uk

Midford Road, Midford, Bath BA2 7BU

castle farm cafe

Our Soft Opening is on 29th June!! We will be serving a light menu, with lots of cakes, coffee and tea. Our FULL MENU LAUNCH will be on the 6th July!! We will have a much bigger menu with lots of exiting treats!

Welcome to Castle Farm Cafe! This all started with a passion for good food and fresh local produce, alongside a love for the countryside and outdoors, which is why we are so happy to be opening our new venture here at the beautiful Castle Farm. We are really excited to have a play with the pizza oven, meet our new and lovely customers and create some tasty food for all you lot to get stuck into! Our plan is to have fresh, healthy, wholesome food to fill your bellies, and to also provide an honest, happy and enjoyable experience to all you guys. We are very aware of dietary requirements and intolerances, which is why we offer a wide range of dairy-free, vegan and gluten-free options to excite your taste buds, alongside lots of other yummy treats too.

As you may have guessed….we are Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen’s little sister cafe! And we have had a fantastic menu created especially for us by Richard Buckley, Award Winning Vegetarian chef of Bath. The food still has Richard’s flair and excitement, but in a more rustic, wholesome and cafe-esque manor. Castle Farm Cafe is a lovely little cafe tucked away within the picturesque hills of Midford. Our passion is about serving wholesome, tasty food from the soul, in a friendly rustic barn. We want you guys to feel part of the family when you arrive, so come and have a brew, relax, and try some tasty food.

We are one big family here at castle farm, and we welcome you to come and join us!

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One thought on “Castle Farm Cafe (veg)

  1. A lovely space. A converted barn with a welcoming, rustic feel. There were plenty of vegan options available, including a bean stew and a delicious vegan pizza topped with lots of aromatic herbs and garlic cooked in a clay oven. There were also a few vegan cake options. The cafe was warm, even on a cold winter’s day with blankets and hot water bottles available for those feeling cold. The proximity of what are presumably dairy cows to the main entrance as you drive in from the road will not appeal to us vegans, but once inside this is a great place to eat a good selection of vegan food, and the views across fields to the Midford Valley are beautiful.

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