The Cotswolds is such a beautiful place to find oneself in need of lunch. We nipped over to Broadway, a wonderful village and had a wander and a bite to eat at The Broadway Deli. It's in a beautiful listed building and a popular place in the village.
It's tiny but we can highly recommend. We sat in their little conservatory at the back with a view over the enchanting garden full of herbs. It's charming with feather stuffed cushions in bright gingham and small flower prints. The food and coffee were brilliant.
Will who served us took great care over our coffee and the cappuccino was perfect. It is not as easy as you might think to make a great one - often they are bitter because the maker's technique is not refined.
You can read about Will and the coffee here on their own blog:
The Broadway Deli Blog and Will
It's not possible to walk through this deli and not be tempted by all the things they stock. We had to have some of their spices and a tub of the rich red well turned out strawberries - local, and divine!
We will be back.
The Broadway Deli