“ Stamford Road / Helpston Heath / Peterborough / PE6 7EL / United Kingdom / Tel: 01780740261 „
The Granary is a small family-run Farm Tea Room serving all day breakfasts and homecooked hearty grub Tuesdays to Fridays, and Sundays, 9am to 4pm, and 8:30am to 5pm on Saturdays, closed on Mondays. The Cafe overlooks rolling (as much as they can roll in Peterborough) fields, that proudly displays a sign saying they grow wheat for Wheatabix! These are the same views that inspired John Clare's pastoral poetry, made all the better with a pot of tea and a bite to eat at Willow Brook.
All meat is supplied by the farm shop next door (which also stocks local apple ciders and fresh produce), including gorgeous home-made Willow Brook Farm Sausages, so you can pick up meat to recreate the dishes at home after your meal.
Full English Breakfasts are available all day, along with homemade lasagne (which can also be picked up from the farm shop) burgers and soups, but lighter lunchtime bites to eat like sandwiches are also on offer. I do find that although the quality of the meat is superior, the quality of the cooks are less so - the kitchen received a 5 star hygiene certificate, but sometimes the sausages come out a little blackened on one side! The staff are always smiling and welcoming, a proper tea room
In general a meal for 2 costs me around £15-£20, parking is ample and the Farm Shop can't be missed either! And if you have a dog, don't forget to pick them up a bag of dog bones for a pound at the Farm Shop or they won't forgive you!