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Here at Hoptroff & Lee we like to support the town's independent small businesses. Please help Stamford to keep its individual little shops, cafes, restaurants and services and support the #SHOPSTAMFORD campaign. Thank you.

CORONAVIRUS: YOU ARE ADVISED TO MAKE ENQUIRIES REGARDING HOURS AND TYPE OF SERVICE 

DIRECTLY TO THE INDIVIDUAL ESTABLISHMENTS ON THIS WEBSITE BEFORE YOUR VISIT.


No. 1 Kitchen Bar & Grill

1 Castle street

at the Western end of 

St. Mary's Street

A pleasant family-run eatery serving burgers, steaks and kebabs. Veggie options available. This lovely old building formerly housed a boot and shoe repairers in the 1850s, and in more recent years, a butcher's and a delicatessen.

Accommodation available (scroll down)


www.no1-kitchen.co.uk




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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. Special supper evenings outside among the beauty of the town, with live music!

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. 

GREAT TAKEAWAY SERVICE!

www.frothyscoffeeshop.com

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Central Cafe & Tearooms


7 Red Lion Square

This cafe and restaurant is situated in a medieval timber-framed wool house, the home of William Browne, wool merchant, and established as a coffee house since the 18th century. 

Great views over 

Red Lion Square!

Serving take-away snacks and light meals, homemade cakes, coffee, and specialist teas. Sit inside, upstairs, down, or outside, sometimes with live music! Popular with tourists, locals, groups, cyclists, musicians!

Great takeaway service!


 www.centraltearoom.co.uk

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 a medieval Inn known as 

The Hole in the Wall.


www.lamberts-stamford.co.uk

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No.1 Guesthouse

East Street/corner of Vine Street

A newly refurbished guest house only a stone's throw from the main shopping streets in a quiet residential area.

The no.1 Town House, Castle Street is also available

 www.no1-kitchen.co.uk

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