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, toasted tea-cakes, classic cakes and scones are available from 10am everyday – the perfect way to start your day.

Start your day with one of our bacon baps
Crooma RAF bacon bap
Start your day with one of our bacon baps

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.

Which of our many cakes will you try?
Cake in the RAF restaurant
Which of our many cakes will you try?

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

Fancy a cup of tea and a cake?
Croome tea and cake
Fancy a cup of tea and a cake?

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.

Free wifi.

Recipes

Try one of our Croome recipes from our list

Get into the 1940s spirit at home and try our wartime carrot cake recipe. Follow this recipe