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Stylishly decorated by someone with an impressive eye for detail, Pom’s Kitchen is a family-run independent cafe, restaurant and deli that’s a real pleasure to visit.
The open kitchen results in a bustling feel, while the layout and well-chosen lighting lend themselves to relaxation and intimacy, which combine to make this a great place to recharge your batteries. Pom’s Kitchen certainly hasn’t skimped when it comes to interior design.
The food and drink are equally good. Whether you fancy a coffee, breakfast, light snack, full meal, or craft beer, there are plenty of options using locally sourced ingredients. There’s also a selection of deli produce for sale including chutneys, cheeses and olives.
For a quick nibble you may want the bread with olive oil and balsamic, cured meats or pork pie with chutney. Alternatively, the chilli-roasted feta and watermelon slab with micro-herb salad might pique your interest. Or those requiring something more substantial could opt for the likes of spiced and marinated lamb kebab with cucumber and mint tzatziki, pitta and beef-dripping chips; or cured pork belly with Savoy cabbage, apple and crispy bacon, served with a sage and onion potato cake.
On our visit we went for a deli sandwich – Staffordshire roast ham with organic Cheddar and piccalilli – served with a mug of carrot soup. We left happy.