Cafe serving locally roasted coffee, alongside homemade cakes, cream teas & light lunches. Located in the heart of town, while enjoying the calming oasis that is Millers Yard. Cosy interior, ideal for pairs or small groups. Also provide handmade cards and locally made artwork, as well as locally produced candles.
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I called in yesterday on a day trip to Market Harborough. What a delightful place! It has a thoughtfully and beautifully designed interior, making excellent use of the unexpected venue’s small space. It is very central … a gem, almost hiding in an alley at the side of the large church (near the theatre and the famous old grammar school at the heart of the town). Very friendly service. I had coffee, and, the highlight of my day, some gorgeous banana and almond butter on sourdough toast. The walls are brimming with arts and crafts which you can buy. It was a cold March day so I wasn’t tempted to sit outside, but the seating in the courtyard does looks splendid and I can imagine that being very vibrant in summer. You should go, and expect unique home made foods, friendly service, and charming surroundings.