Berry’s Cafe

Berry’s cafe not only provides all staff and project workers with delicious lunch, snacks and hot drinks throughout the week, it also provides valuable cooking training to our project workers.

We endeavour to utilise all the produce that is grown at the farm by the horticulture team down in the vegetable beds.  The cafe also stocks a variety of fair trade teas and coffees.

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Fresh soup is made from scratch everyday as well as a main course, giving the project workers the chance to learn what ingredients goes into what they are making.  The kitchen environment provides project workers the opportunities to learn about food prep, hygiene in the kitchen, health and safety, customer service, menu planning and money handling.

As well as being a training kitchen Berry’s Cafe also has two training rooms where our project workers can take part in college courses run by Birmingham Metropolitan and Solihull college. These courses include Maths, English, ICT, Horticulture and Animal Care.

Why not pop in for a coffee and meet the team! We are open 10am-2pm Monday-Friday 10am-3pm Saturday and Sunday.

 

 

3 responses to “Berry’s Cafe

  1. Hello, on our last visit in December we took our baby with us for lunch but unfortunately there was no high chair and she had to eat her lunch in her pram. We love visiting your farm but would really appreciate it if you would be able to get a high chair please. Thank you

    • Hi Julia, we have got one that hooks onto the chairs but we are looking to get one that can be added to the table as an extra place. Thanks for your suggestion we look forward to seeing you soon!

      Kinds Regards

      NBF

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