Our menus are constantly changing throughout the year. If there is something that you would like to see added, please let us know. Everything on the menu is also available for take away.
We hold Tapas Evening with Live Music every six to eight weeks which are very popular. If you are interested or would like to book a table please ask a member of staff.
Our Vintage Tea Afternoons are always held on a Sunday from 4pm, every eight to ten weeks. We have a beautiful collection of crockery which we love to use and this transforms the shop back in time. We also hire out our vintage crockery for private use. Please ask a member of staff for details.
Our Stories with Santa has become one of the highlights of the year for the shop. Children are treated to a drink and a cookie while they listen to Santa reading stories. Before Santa says goodbye he hands each child a candy cane
SOME OF OUR FAVOURITE EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
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You can book the coffee shop on a Sunday afternoon after 3pm and in the evenings.
Knit and Natter - every Wednesday at 2pm
Book Club - third Wednesday of every month at 7pm
Chamber of Commerce -first Thursday of every month from 6pm.
Classic Car Show - every September
Purveyors of exceptional coffee and fine foods since 2009
The shop was opened in May 2009 by Kay Hamilton-Crook, who now manages the shop with the help of a great team of staff. Kay truly believed that all Buntingford needed, to make it the perfect place to live, was a high quality coffee shop serving excellent food and drink, all day everyday. The whole team believes in delivering excellent food and drink sourced as locally as possible. We strive to be part of the community by catering above and beyond peoples expectations.
Buntingford became an important coaching town between the 16th and 19th centuries, and supported fifteen inns and beer houses at one stage, and the stretch of Ermine Street from Wadesmill to Huntingdon, passing through the town, was England's first turnpike road in 1663.
Visitors might spot the rare 16th century turret one-handed clock on a building originally known as The Angel Inn. Which is to the right of the shop. The Coffee Shop has been host to many different business over the years including a grocers, antiques shop, newsagent/sweet shop and many more.
A selection of photos, as you can see it is always sunny in Buntingford