Farm Cafe

Roots to Work Cafe

Open Tues 9.00 – 3.00 Wed-Fri 9.00 to 4.00, sat 9.30 to 4.00 Breakfast served 10.00 to 12.00 and lunch 12.00 to 2.00 AND SUN 09.30 to 4.00 (BRUNCH until 2 pm)

Built in 2022, our light and airy cafe, with big picture windows, has indoor seating for 40 people, plus two outdoor terraces, all with stunning views across Bath.

We serve delicious breakfasts from 10 am to 12 pm, tasty lunches from 12 pm to 2 pm, and coffees, teas, cold drinks and yummy cakes. On Sundays we serve brunch until 2 pm.

We do not take reservations; tables are allocated on a first come first served basis.

Our cafe is wheelchair accessible and has an accessible toilet.

a community Hub

The cafe is a fantastic space for local people and visitors to meet, enjoy a coffee and taste delicious produce that has been grown and reared on the farm.

All the profits from the cafe are reinvested in the farm’s charitable projects, as well as maintaining the free to access site and caring for our animals.

The cafe is also a training facility for our Roots to Work programme, providing work-based training to people with a mental health challenge, additional needs, or whom are long term unemployed, helping them to build the confidence and skills to takeup regular volunteering or work.

We hope you will enjoy the community buzz and connect with the land through the food on your plate.

Open every Tues 9.00 to 3.00 and Wed-Fri 9.00 to 4.00 and Sat 9.30 to 4.00 – Breakfast 10.00 to 12.00 and lunch 12 to 2 and sun 9.30 to 4.00 (brunch until 2 pm)

Our menu is seasonal and supplies can change daily, however here is an example menu of what is often served in the cafe.

Check our blackboard for today’s specials. Please let us know if you have any allergies or dietary requirements.
Breakfast (served 10am-12 pm)

Filled breakfast baps. Choose between Bacon, Sausage, Two fried Eggs or
Avocado and a Fried Egg

Farmer’s breakfast – sausage, bacon, fried egg, baked beans, hash brown, oven roasted mushroom and tomato £8.99

Gardener’s breakfast (vegan) – two vegan sausages, half an avacado, baked beans, hash brown, oven roasted mushroom and tomato £7.99

Toast and butter, with a choice of topping, 2 slices £1.99

Freshly baked pastries £3

Three eggs scrambled on toast £5.99

Toasted teacake with jam and butter £2.99

Fresh Croissant £2.50 served with jam and butter

Shakshuka – middle eastern inspired dish with peppers, tomatoes stewed with paprika and served with two eggs and seeded bread £8.75

Children’s menu served 10 am to 2 pm

Toast with jam and butter £1.00

Beans on toast £1.75

Scrambled egg on toast £3.00

Ham or cheddar sandwich £3.50


Freshly made individual quiche of the day served with seasonal salads £8.95

Ploughman’s lunch £9.95 served with Cotswolds brie and Wyfe of Bath cheeses, and a selection of salads, pickles, chutney and bread

Cheddar and ham sandwich served on locally made white or granary bread with homemade side salad £5.95 (ask for me to be toasted)

Cheddar sandwich served on locally made white or granary bread with homemade side salad £5.50

Home-made vegan soup of the day (bowl) served with fresh seeded bread £6.50 vegan spread available

Cakes & Snacks

Home-made cakes 50 p to £3

Burts crisps £1

Popcorn £1

Pombear crisps 75p

Marshfield icecream pots £2.20

Marshfield icecream pops £2

Booja Booja vegan ice cream pots £2.50

Fruit 50p


Smoothies Tropical Burst, Bananas or Strawberry and banana, or Berry Medley £3.75

Milkshakes Banana, Chocolate, Strawberry, Caramel and Vanilla £3.75

Filter coffee £2

Espresso £2.20 single £2.50 double

Flat White £2.50

Latte £2.95 regular £3.25 large

Cappuchino £2.95 regular £3.25 large

Mocha £3.00 regular £3.30 large

Americano £2.20 regular, £2.50 large

Macchiato £2.20

Iced Latte £3.00

Iced Mocha £3.50

Extra shot +50 p

Switch to decaff +20p

Tea Choice of Clipper and Leafy Teas £2

Hot chocolate £3.00 regular £3.50 large

Speciality hot chocolate £3.50

Children’s hot chocolate £2

Toddlerccino £1.85

Babyccino £1.30

Cawston press cold cans £2

Illustration of cherries by Jess Knights