Hoptroff & Lee
Antiques in the Alley
DURING LOCKDOWN (BEGINNING THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5TH) THE FOLLOWING BUSINESSES MAY BE CLOSED OR ON LIMITED SERVICE. YOU ARE ADVISED TO MAKE ANY ENQUIRIES YOU MAY HAVE DIRECTLY TO THE INDIVIDUAL ESTABLISHMENTS ON THIS WEBSITE.
No. 1 Kitchen Bar & Grill
1 Castle street
A pleasant family-run eatery serving fantastic burgers, steaks and kebabs. Veggie options available. Great for couples, eating alone or fun family lunches. Another lovely old building formerly housing a boot and shoe repairers in the 1850s, a butcher's and a delicatessen.
Frothy's Coffee Shop
12 Ironmonger Street
A very warm welcome from Louise, Richard and staff to this family run cafe and restaurant serving cakes, snacks, drinks, hot and cold meals. Seating at ground level, downstairs and outside. This building has, in its time, been a fancy draper, a watchmaker's and a sports shop. Look out for the ancient wall map and old photos of the shop.
Central Cafe & Tearooms
7 Red Lion Square
A newly-refurbished cafe and eatery in a medieval timber-framed wool house, the home of William Browne, wool merchant, and reputedly established as a coffee house since the 18th century.
Serving take-away snacks and light meals, homemade cakes, coffee, and specialist teas. Sit outside or inside.
This popular but peaceful cafe and restaurant is situated above Sinclairs china shop (entrance is through the shop). Serving a variety of drinks, snacks and meals with specials board. This building was a former high end dress shop for ladies and the original mirrors and light fittings can still be seen.
Stamford Street Food Station
Fancy picking up some food to eat outdoors? Or you can sit inside! Street Food station sells all sorts: sandwiches, ice creams, milkshakes, coffee and tea, burgers, waffles, cakes, salads and much more
Just so Italian
35 St.Mary's Street
STAGE 2 CAFE
Stamford Corn Exchange Cafe and Shops, Broad Street
Family-run cafe and eaterie inside the shopping arcade. Great atmosphere, lively and popular! Top reviews for food served fresh everyday! This building was formerly the town's corn exchange, cinema, theatre, sale room and antiques centre.
Tel: 01780 766455 or find them on Facebook
Wheelchair access. Toilets for customers only.
TAKEAWAY ONLY DURING LOCKDOWN (please check the details on Facebook before your visit)
Lambert's Kitchen Deli
5 Cheyne Lane
Popular lively cafe and restaurant selling a wide range of drinks, hot meals, soups and snacks, breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. Licensed. This lovely old building was once an Inn known as The Hole in the Wall.
The Fine Food Store
& Secret Garden
37 St.Mary's Street
Formerly a drapery, toy and sports shop from 1875 to the 1980s, this popular lively cafe and restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. Good choice of cakes, teas, coffees and cold drinks. This establishment also has a sunny secret garden to one side of the cafe in
St. John's Lane, open during the summer months.
Cafe Au Chocolat
2 Ironmonger Street
Captivating the hearts of residents and visitors alike, this is the taste of continental France! Chic and cosy family-run cafe/creperie with French crepes, eye-catching patisserie, fine artisan chocolates, single origin coffees and organic hot chocolate! Sit inside or out.
The building has many interesting features including its listed fireplace.
Coffee, wines, gins, light bites and meals 'til late
Tel. 01780 755551 or find them on Facebook
An ancient building serving drinks and meals. Bar downstairs with space for al fresco dining. Upstairs dining room or eat by the open fire in the bar in winter.
Tel: 01780 764305
or find them on Facebook