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Morning tea to get you moving. Afternoon tea taken as time out from a busy day. From fine fruit teas and tea that’s traditionally English to seriously good coffees, hot chocolates and smoothies.

Shrewsbury’s streets are packed with cool cafes, traditional tea rooms and welcoming restaurants to cater for every taste.

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The Italian restaurant, caffe and foodshop that's open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving quality, authentic Italian food at sensible prices.

Ginger and Co. Coffee is an independent Coffee Shop, forged by two local people out of their love for coffee, simple fresh food, passion for people and a touch of do-it-yourself mentality. Local produce is used wherever possible whether it's coffee roasted in Herefordshire or bread baked in Ludlow - the common thread is that if they serve it, they either made it or sourced it locally. Ginger & Co. Coffee have established a bit of a following for their cakes, all of which are made in their espresso cup sized kitchen. Gluten Free / Dairy Free / Vegan?

Peaberry' is an independent food led grand café bar located in the former Shearmans Hall Building in Milk Street, open every day where visitors, families, friends, and locals can come for a coffee, a drink, including local ales, or something to eat in a relaxed comfortable environment.

The interior is comfortable and inviting. Early evening we serve Tapas and on Friday & Saturday Evenings we are open from 6pm to late serving Dinner and a great selection of Cocktails

You can keep in touch with friends and business colleagues, using the free hi-speed wifi.

Located in the Darwin Shopping Centre, Frankie's Cafe is more than just a sandwich shop.

It sells everything from sandwiches to waffles, including jacket potatoes, tortilla wraps, and a range of hot and cold drinks. Frankie's prides itself on providing fresh, tasty, healthy, nutritious food, made with locally sourced ingredients. Friendly staff are happy to accommodate specific dietary requirements, while customers can eat in or take away.

Off The Square is a cafe bistro run by a team of friendly and helpful staff. Over many years, Off the Square has established itself as a popular place to enjoy a well-deserved coffee. The interior of the shop is clean, tidy, warm and inviting, with comfortable leather sofas. Off the Square offers a range of delicious, home baked food and snacks. These include soup de jour, quiches, nachos, baked potatoes, homemade cakes, bacon sandwiches, pasties and much more.

Please see Facebook page for opening hours.

Wild Mint Kitchen Cafe is designed to feel like a modern colonial style kitchen with memories of home baking, threaded into a contemporary colour palette. 

The seating style offers both casual cane dining, comfy sofas and bistro style dining tables and chairs - the customer should genuinely feel at home, and always welcome.

The café menu offers a selection of freshly made gourmet hot and cold sandwiches, sharing platters, a selection of hot food such as the classic tearoom rarebit and of course homemade scones and delicious afternoon teas, perfect with a glass of prosecco.

A friendly town centre cafe with great coffee, a large selection of teas and a full breakfast menu.

Cafe Georgia specialise in homemade lunch menu including, quiche's, cottage pie, lasagne, leek, bacon and potato bake and a vegetarian and gluten-free Mediterranean vegetable bake.

There are always special offers such as a free drink with any breakfast and a cake deal.

Taste of Shrewsbury are a small family business offering both takeaway and eat in facilities, including the gallery tea room that seats thirty two people. The standard menu offers sandwiches, baguettes, paninis, homemade soups, and jacket potatoes. There is also a seasonal specials menu, and afternoon tea menu with renowned cream teas. Fresh, homemade juice and smoothies are prepared in store.

Taste of Shrewsbury also sell artisan bread, including various focaccias, soda breads, sourdoughs and rye.

The Gateway is an Education and Arts Centre, purpose-built and well-equipped for courses, training, presentations, meetings and conferences. There are a number of multi-purpose rooms, a small theatre, a larger conference room, art and pottery rooms. Rooms are equipped with modern IT equipment, and staff are always on hand to provide assistance.

The Gallery is a traditional tea room located on Princess Street. The Gallery serves breakfast, light lunches, cream teas and a range of cakes and puddings. Staff offer all customers a warm welcome.

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