A modern eatery in the town centre serving good food from a menu devised by a past masterchef winner.
There are many cafes and coffee shops throughout Gloucestershire for you to enjoy a warm drink or a light bite.
Options in the county range from traditional greasy spoon type cafes to more refined versions serving delights like afternoon tea.
The high street is a popular place for coffee shops from local independent versions to nationwide chains like Starbucks or Costa.
My favourite place for coffee and a light bite in Cheltenham is Artisan eatery WoodKraft. Woodkraft is located near the town centre and theatres and serve a great selection of brunch and lunch food.
Guru Coffee House is my current favourite for a daytime drink or snack, located on Brunswick road near to Gloucester Park.
Recently I enjoyed an easy walk with friends and a dog in the area surrounding Saul Junction, it was a cold and windy day but a nice walk none the less. The Walk We parked up on Whitminster lane right next to Stroudwater navigation after passing the church of St. Andrew in Whitminster. Parking was …
I have visited Guru Coffee house on Brunswick Road in Gloucester a few times this week and many times in the past and thought I would write about the recent visits. On both occasions visited with a friend and their dog and both were enjoyable. Guru Coffee House The eatery is located between the city …
Peppers cafe in Gloucester is a recent discovery by me for a tasty organic lunch but has been around for over 5 years. Peppers is off the beaten track in Bull Street a street I have not needed to visit for quite some while it seems but in essence has a very good location. Describing …
This is our guide to the best cafes and places to eat out for lunch specifically in Gloucester city centre. also see our Gloucester restaurants page for other options. Eating Out For Lunch At… Peppers Cafe Excellent homemade baguettes and salads, caters well for vegetarians and vegans. Peppers are a wholesome food cafe and take …