The Grain Store Café, Glastonbury, Somerset
The Grain Store Café is on the site of Somerset Rural Life Museum – you don’t have to visit the museum to go to the café but you really should whilst you’re here because you’ll get a wonderful insight into how folks lived in these parts in the last century.
The menu is kept simple at the Grain Store Café, which is usually the best way; the focus is on fresh local food and its homemade. Have a bowl of soup with a hunk of granary bread or a cheese scone, a sandwich (Somerset Brie, lettuce and cranberry, tuna mayo, egg mayo) or treat yourself to a big fat cream tea – home baked scones, local clotted cream, strawberry jam and a pot of house blend tea.
The apple juice they serve here comes from a cider farm just down the road near Street, and the spring water is from the White Spring that rises under Glastonbury Tor. If the sun is shining sit outside in the courtyard with the backdrop of the mystical Tor.
Open: 10.00 am-5.00 pm Tues to Sun
T: 01458 831197 All information correct at the time of writing