Visit our Bistro serving delicious freshly cooked food and drinks

The Bistro is open for eating in and takeaway food and drink.  Preorders for takeaway food  are very welcome as this gives our staff time to prepare your food and to reduce waiting times for you.

Some of our featured menu items

We offer a range of freshly baked pizzas and cakes.  

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We always have a selection of delicious locally made cakes and cheesecakes available all day

Gluten free sandwiches, cakes and pizzas are available, please inform the staff on your arrival of your requirements


Breakfast is served until lunchtime daily, with a range of options from bacon baps to a full English

Licenced bar

We have a wide range of beers, spirts and cocktails avaliable all day


City blend coffee served in a variety of ways.

Flat white, Mocha, Espresso, Americano, Cortado, Macchiato, Latte and Cappuccino.  Don't see your favourite?  Why not ask and we'll try to make it for you.

Non dairy milks and syrups avaliable on request


Yorkshire Tea (inc decaf) served in a teapot, perfect for those who love a top up.

We have a variety of teas from TeaPigs to choose from:

Darjeeling, Chai Tea, Mao Feng Green Tea, Super Fruit, Earl Gray Strong & Peppermint

Lunch options

Hot and cold sandwiches & ciabattas, teacakes and salads are avaliable all day. 

The Grand Tour Pizza Legends

Our specialty pizzas all feature names of famous cyclists:

The Cavendish, The Mushfroome, The McGregor, The Wiggins,

The Pantani and the Full Merckx

All our pizzas are available as gluten free

Got a question or can’t find what you're looking for? Give us a call on 01507 525527 or contact us Or visit us in-store

Located in the picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds

Our shop is in the former HSBC Bank building situated right on the High Street in the picturesque market town of Horncastle, in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds.

There is parking avaliable in the market square (except on Thursdays and Saturdays) and behind the Post Office. 

Lying at the south-west foot of the Wolds at the edge of the Fens, Horncastle is a bustling and attractive market town, renowned for its antique shops, with a fine heritage and unspoilt by modern developments. There are some notable historic buildings, including the 12th-century Church of St.Mary and it is a good base from which to explore the surrounding countryside.