A very nice experience. Easy to find and we were able to park near The Kitchen. We were given a warm welcome and sat at the window table. Loved the quirky crockery and our tea was set out on a 3 tiered stand. The sandwiches were very fresh and tasty with, as they should, their crusts cut off. Unfortunately I felt that the scones were shop bought and not home made but there was plenty of jam and clotted cream to make up for this. The two small cakes to end with were also very nice. Hubby was offered and had an extra round of sandwiches and we were offered extra cake but too full to take this offer up.
Minchenhampton is a quintessential Cotswold village and as such is well worth a visit and a visit to The Kitchen is just the icing on the cake
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