Set in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside in the historic village of Weobley, The Green Bean is perfectly placed for anyone needing a tasty lunch, or a coffee and cake break. Enjoy your meal off the beaten track, or stop by when you are out and about walking in the beautiful countryside.
“In our shop we source tasty products from local producers and from further afield where necessary,” says owner Emily Starnes. “We have freshly baked bread delivered every day, and a daily supply of seasonal fruit and vegetables, with fresh fish delivered on a monthly basis.”
Favourites served in the café all year round include delicious home made quiche (pictured), soups and fish chowder, while the current Special of Herefordshire beef lasagne with salad is here to stay for a while. During the colder months guests can feast on delicacies such as the shin of beef casserole served with potato and swede mash, or a seasonal pheasant hot pot.
You can enjoy a lovely cup of tea or a good cup of coffee from Method Roastery, and while you are there, you can stock up on fresh local produce (pictured), staples for your larder, wholefoods that you won’t find in a supermarket, and of course, supplies from the delicious delicatessen.
Take home slices of tasty, home made quiche or scotch eggs for dinner, with vegetarian options also available. Only a few miles drive from Hereford, this treasure of a shop and café will be well worth your visit.
The Green Bean Café & Shop
Broad Street, Weobley, HR4 8SA
Monday – Friday 9.30am – 4.30pm, Saturday: 10.00am – 4.00pm
Tel: 01544 318 865
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