1940s style restaurant
The 1940s style restaurant is in the Visitor Centre was restored from ruined RAF wartime buildings.
Hot drinks, sausage and bacon rolls, cakes and scones are available from 9am everyday.
From 12 noon until 2pm, hot meals are served and light lunches until 3pm including soups, sandwiches, snacks and a range of homemade cakes.
Children's lunch boxes are available.
Traditional roast lunches are served every Sunday - an ideal way to round off a morning walk in the parkland.
Chilled water, flavoured with cucumber or lemon, is free from our water jars or perhaps treat yourself to a glass of wine or a bottle of local cider, supplied by local Pershore Agricultural College, along with a range of juices and soft drinks.
Croome-a-licous ice-creams make an appearance again this year with strawberry, cookies and cream, chocolate and toffee fudge amongst the many flavours to tempt you.
Don't forget to:
• ask us for our range of gluten-free food
• check our vegetarian options
• ask for a hot lunch as a child's portion
• get your drinks loyalty card stamped
There is a children’s area at the end of the restaurant with mini tables and chairs for young children to be kept entertained while you relax. There are colouring-in sheets and an activity cube to play with.
Breastfeeding is welcome throughout Croome, including in the restaurant. If you’re with a baby or toddler, there are high chairs, small cutlery and we can warm baby food for you.
Get into the 1940s spirit at home and try our wartime carrot cake recipe. Follow this recipe