The Restaurant at Croome
The restaurant is in the Visitor Centre was restored from ruined RAF wartime buildings.
Hot drinks, sausage and bacon rolls, toasted tea-cakes, classic cakes and scones are available from 10am everyday – the perfect way to start your day.
Hot meals are served from 12 noon until 2pm, light lunches are served 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 is free from our water jugs 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.
Don't forget to:
• ask us for our range of gluten-free food
• check our vegetarian and vegan options
• ask for a hot lunch as a child's portion
• get your drinks loyalty card stamped
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.
Only assistance dogs are allowed in the restaurant, there is a covered seating area just outside for people with dogs.
Get into the 1940s spirit at home and try our wartime carrot cake recipe. Follow this recipe