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The Scented Botanist Bistro

At The Scented Botanist, our contemporary bistro, we strive not only to bring you great quality food in a beautiful, relaxed environment, but also to create menus which are adventurous, inspiring and wonderfully fragrant! Start your day with a freshly brewed, warming barista coffee, or plan your morning around a delicious brunch, now available from 10am to 12 noon.  Our lunches are definitely something to savour, with a wide choice of seasonal savoury dishes including vegetarian and vegan options, and a range of home-made cakes and patisserie to follow.  Evening events also take place regularly, so whatever your preference, we look forward to seeing you soon…
 To avoid disappointment, we recommend that you reserve a table online for lunchtime dining, and booking is essential for evening events.  If you’re making a reservation within 24 hours, then please call 01258 786022

OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 10 AM TO 4 PM (winter hours from 1st Nov)

 New Brunch Menu (10.00-12.00pm)

New Lunch Menu (12.00-3.00pm)

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*Please note that only food bought on the premises may be eaten on site.

Visitor Reviews

“We called in whilst on holiday. Didn’t know what to expect, we just wanted some lunch.  We had the most beautiful meal. Enjoyed every mouthful.  Well worth a visit for lunch. I sat watching the chef prepare the meals, I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a perfectionist. It was lovely to watch him take such care. We will definitely be back. Thankyou to the lovely girls that served us too.”

Review by Sue Orme

“Lovely place to wander around. Great little cafe with fabulous food.”

Review by Jennifer Robinson

“Exceeded our expectations. We had delicious mushroom soup followed by the vegan roll and roasted veg both with beautiful and delicious salad garnished with flower petals. Couldn’t resist the desserts – purple iced brownies with violets and the vegan lemon cake lovely light and beautiful.”

Review by Denise Ingrem

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