Morning pastries and treats from the flour station bakery from £2.00
Pain au raisin
Blueberry and pistachio buns
Filled croissants with Wiltshire ham and Keens Cheddar
Something from our cake table from £2.50
We make all our cakes, bars and cookies on site here in the museum kitchen.
Home fruit scones with clotted cream and Raspberry Jam
Belgian chocolate cake
Orange and almond cake GF
Raspberry and polenta cake GF
Oat, pumpkin seed and apricot flapjacks
Coconut and lemon crunch bar
Our daily changing hot food and savouries
Served with a choice of 3 salads £7.95
Spinach and ricotta lasagne V
Pork and thyme sausage roll
Chestnut mushroom and blue cheese tart
Homemade soup, artisan bread and farmhouse butter £4.50
All our soups are dairy free.
Sandwiches and rolls from £4.95
Chicken, lemon and chive mayo, baby gem
Wiltshire ham, mature cheddar, onion chutney
Free range egg mayonnaise, mustard cress
Kids’ packed lunch box £4.95
Ham or cheese sandwich
Bag of pom bears
Apple or orange juice box
Piece of fruit
Why not join us for Sunday Brunch, 11am - 4pm? from £8.50
Poached eggs on sourdough
St Albans hash
Smashed avocado, chilli, feta and poached egg
We make all cakes on site and, wherever possible, the rest of our menu is prepared here in our kitchen too.
We support independent suppliers, using fresh local and ethically sourced ingredients.
If you have any questions about our food or dietary requirements, please ask to speak a manager or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
All our fish and seafood come from well-managed fisheries and is always responsibly sourced. Sustainable fishing is something our supplier has been doing for over 35 years. Their ethos is ‘doing business the right way’
Fruit and vegetables
A family business with a passion for fruit & veg at our core since 1991. Operating a recycling program for all cardboard and wood waste and were winners of the Food Save 2015 award for food innovation for our efforts in reducing food waste.
Free range butcher
Family run business with over one hundred years’ experience, with a completely free range stock of meat and eggs.
Started in 2002, in the kitchen of Jamie Oliver’s award-winning Fifteen restaurant. Dedicated to raising standards of baking & bringing our handmade artisan breads to a wider audience. In 2004 launched at London’s iconic Borough Market.
For us, working sustainably is simply doing our bit to make coffee better for our world. We focus on three key areas; sourcing, roasting and community. In 2018 we launched Direct Impact, a sustainability report to share the work we do and the impact we have.
Above organic tea
We know the provenance of every leaf we sell. We have established relationships with the farmers where the leaves are handpicked and handcrafted to tease out the sweetest notes and the most complex flavours. Most of our teas are beyond organic, some are biodynamic.
Environmental, ethical and healthy eating responsibilities
We believe in environmental and ethical responsibilities. It is not something we add on to our business. It is intrinsically part of the way we work.
We have removed all plastic bottles, straws and disposables. We are in discussions with our suppliers who have shared views on going plastic free.
We actively seek out smaller and frankly more interesting suppliers. We are a small company, and it’s how we prefer to do business.
Healthy eating responsibilities
We are very aware of the need to offer alternative choices and make these as attractive and interesting as the rest of our offer. As a standard we offer: • Fresh fruit prominently on our counters
• Our vegetarian and vegan offers are imaginative, contemporary and use wholegrain varieties
• Our bread supplier use traditional techniques
• We offer customers the option to dress their own salad in our counter operations • Our milk standard is semi skimmed
• We have recently reduced the portion sizes for our cakes and traybakes
• As a company we have a policy of very minimal deep fat frying
• Customers have the option to add salt
• Tap water is readily available in all our operations
• We offer healthy option snack pots of dried fruit, nuts and seeds
We currently recycle all glass, paper, cardboard, tins, aluminium and compost where local facilities exist. Our team are in the habit of doing this and see it as usual practice.
Fair trade/sustainable products
We use fairtrade branded tea, and our coffee is sourced from family and smallholder co-operatives. Our London bread supplier makes all of their products using traditional baking methods and delivers to sites by bicycle.
Locally sourced products
We actively source local products at our sites in London and Kent. We aim to build relationships with small, like minded businesses to provide us with local produce, particularly fish, meat, cheese, chutneys and preserves, fruit & vegetables, dairy, ales and ciders.
Free range products
Our butcher is a family run business with over one hundred years’ experience, with a completely free range stock of meat and eggs.
We use a supplier that offers us environmentally friendly food and beverage packaging products. All are biodegradable, some are compostable and most are manufactured from recycled materials or maize starch.
Our main grocery supplier uses bio fuels on more than 50% of its vehicles and as a large logistical operator can minimise food miles through its excellent supply chain planning.