Farm Cafe

Now Open:  The Allotment Kitchen

We’re excited to announce that the popular Stepney City Farm Cafe is back for Summer 2020 as The Allotment Kitchen, headed up by Lucy Cuthbert and Betty Gilbert.

Betty and Lucy are experienced caterers having run successful supper clubs and events for many years, and will be bringing a beautiful and inspiring seasonal menu, using Farm produce and local high quality suppliers.

During lockdown, the Cafe has been open for takeaway only, but from 4 July, customers will be able to sit in the outdoor seating area.

We are doing everything we can to ensure the safety of our customers and staff. We will still have 2m distance markings on the floor, a one-way queueing system, and Lucy will continue to serve you from our little hatch. Please use the handwash area on the right hand side as you come in, keep your distance while queueing, and bear with us while we adapt to the new norm!

Please note that the rest of the site remains closed, apart from for the Farmer’s Market on Saturdays.


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