Bramhall Cafes – Everything You Need To Know!

3 Mar 2022

Cafes: they’re so much more than just places to eat and drink. Here in Bramhall, cafes are right at the heart of our friendly, bustling community. They’re where we go to catch up with friends, find out all the latest local news and enjoy the luxury of homemade flavours without having to lift a finger. From popular indies to our local Costa, if you’re partial to a brew, read on for our shortlist of the best cafes in Bramhall. 

Indie cafes in Bramhall

Plumcake Café in the Village Square is a must-visit for parched shoppers and a popular meeting spot for locals of all ages (including the four-legged variety in the outdoor area).

plumcake cafe

From a frothy cappuccino to a delicate Darjeeling, homemade hotpot to freshly baked scones, Plumcake is a friendly, family-run treasure, open every day of the week from 9am.

Other independent cafes in the village include Marjoes – tea lovers, you’ll want to call in here – Juniper, popular for its internationally inspired menu of fine food and drink, and Turquoise Patisserie, which – you guessed it – is perfect for cake connoisseurs. 

An offshoot of Turquoise restaurant, the patisserie serves all kinds of delectable desserts alongside coffee, tea and other drinks. 

A little further afield, meanwhile, is the Little Hideout Café – a cosy eatery tucked away down a residential street out of the village centre.

turquiose cafe

Good coffee and a good cause

Stroll down Woodford Road from the village centre in the direction of the train station and you’ll spot Bramhall Methodist Church. Next door is the Centrepoint building, which houses a coffee shop and thrift shop. 

Open on weekdays from 10am to 12.30pm the cafe is modern and bright. Staffed by volunteers, it’s the perfect place to meet for a sociable coffee and a light snack. 

While you’re there, browse the thrifted items in the shop and raise money for local, national and international charities in the process.


Daytrip dining 

Further afield, if you’re paying a visit to Bramhall Park, you’ll definitely want to rest your weary legs afterwards at Stables Kitchen – a bright and modern café within the park. Serving light bites, lunches and hot specials Stables Kitchen offers tasty dishes for the whole family. (Not to mention the sublime sweet treats!) 

If the weather isn’t too good you’ll probably want to take shelter indoors. However in summer it’s well worth enjoying the sunshine in the outdoor seating area. There’s also always a big bowl of water available for thirsty pooches.

stables kitchen cafe bramhall

Need to keep the kids occupied for a couple of hours? Look no further than Wild Things on the border of Bramhall and Hazel Grove.

Wild Things is a soft play centre-cum-café, so you can relax with a cuppa while the little ones tire themselves out. There’s free Wi-Fi and fresh food, too, so you can really make an afternoon of it.

wild things cafe bramhall

Back in the village, there’s always our local Costa if you’re partial to branded beans. However: if you’re popping into Bramhall please don’t forget to show our local indies some love! You can view our full directory of cafes in Bramhall here.

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