Situated within the quaint village of Rothley, south of Loughborough, is the cosy Cuppas of Rothley, a 1940s themed café.
Offering an eclectic array of British delights, most of which are available gluten free, Cuppas of Rothley serves as the ideal spot for a comfortable mid-day refreshment.
Now accepting the tastecard, members who call in advance can enjoy everything on the menu at an excellent price. With these savings in mind there’s little reason not to indulge in something extra, such as one of their heavenly homemade cakes.
Everything else on the menu is homemade as well, with all options being light and delicious. This is evident immediately from the fresh starts to the day, such as the delectable smoked salmon and scrambled egg, partnered with toasted gluten free bread or a toasted bagel, and the rich Eggs Benedict, consisting of two poached eggs, honey mustard ham, spinach and a Hollandaise sauce.
Those looking for something a little more lunch orientated will adore the wealth of jacket potatoes, sandwiches and soups, yet some heartier options exist in the hot panini selection, available with goat’s cheese and red onion, bacon and brie as well as various other options, all paired with vegetable crisps and a side salad, and the scrumptious stew of the day.
An ideal spot for a simple, yet sublime, bite whilst relaxing in Rothley, Cuppas of Rothley are sure to welcome guests in with open arms.