The Café is here for all, offering a different atmosphere and environment to commercial ventures; a peaceful place to come by yourself, or with friends and family.
We are here to serve the city in many different ways, including providing a place for over 30 volunteers to be valued. Without our volunteers this café would not function.
We operate a “pay what you can” policy. The guide price is just a reasonable suggestion, and if you can’t afford to pay that amount, you are welcome to instead pay what you can, or nothing at all.
We will, of course, always be grateful to receive donations from anyone wishing to support the work of St Stephen’s in this way.
The food is all homemade or made on the premises. The coffee and tea are good quality, and Fairtrade.
In 2015 the Café celebrated 25 years of service, having opened in 1990 as a joint project with Age Concern.
If you want to find out more about the history of “The Cafe” at St Stephens, then click here:
Find out the story of the way the Cafe in St Stephens is changing people’s lives:
We recently discovered we were on Trip Advisor, and people have said lovely things about us!