Bill's Kitchen Hereford

Bill's Kitchen Hereford
High Street
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Our beautiful large cafe was created in 1997 following a nationally-renowned reordering of this grade 1 listed medieval church. We serve fantastic simple, locally sourced food at sensible prices in an utterly stunning building. Bacon and sausages come from the Tudge family in the north of the county; Goat's cheese comes from Neal's Yard creamery above the Golden Valley and milk and cream comes from Bartonsham Farm just on the edge of the City. And our coffee is roasted by the passionate crew at Hundred House, just over the border in South Shropshire. And all our bread is made by us on site.

Mouth-watering breakfast, delicious daily changing lunch menu and beautiful coffee and cakes


Monday to Saturday 8am to 4pm
  • Facilities

    • Baby changing
    • On-site cafe/restaurant
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • High chairs available
    • Outdoor Seating
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
    • Corporate hospitality
  • Accessibility

    • Disabled access
  • Drinks Menu

    • Herefordshire Beer
    • Herefordshire Cider
  • Special Features

    • Historical Interest
  • Food Menu

    • Locally Sourced (Herefordshire or neighbouring counties)
    • Scratch Cooking
    • Takeaway available
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Directions & Parking

Map pin All Saints Church,
High Street
We're right in the middle of town more or less opposite Marks and Spencers and next to Boots. Park for free in the Tesco car park 2 minutes walk from us (requires a small spend at the store)

Caring For The Planet

Our locally sourced menu, eco-friendly packaging and zero-waste-to-landfill underline our team's continuing commitment to sustainability.
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)

Bill's Kitchen Hereford Recommends

There's a remarkable and somewhat rude medieval carving above the first table on the mezzanine floor - and it's this table that is reputedly the favourite table of fictional sleuth Merrily Watkins in Phil Rickman's historical detective stories.