Vibrant, seasonal, healthy.
Welcome to our boutique family-friendly café in the heart of Westbury Park! At Skyboat Café we think that healthy food, amazing coffee and artisan bakes should be enjoyed by
all, big and small.
All our superfood salads, bakes, cakes and light lunches are made on site with fresh local produce. Our varied and seasonal menu caters for everyone including vegan, gluten and diary free diets.
We are passionately committed to supporting local producers, and our fresh fruit, veg, meat and dairy all come from our favourite farms within a 50-mile radius. All our suppliers have been chosen for their low carbon footprint as well as for their great produce and highest standards of procurement and provenance, and all of our suppliers have a story to tell.
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Roasted Rituals is a Bristol based a micro-roaster and advocate of superb speciality coffee. Not only do we take great care in selecting green coffee of exceptional character, we roast in small batches of only a few kilos at a time.
Working harmoniously with coffee farmers and importers is also of equal priority, in fact the two go hand in hand. By supporting initiatives which encourage better cultivation and agricultural practices, we’re able to source a high quality product that is sustainable.
Stream Farm is situated in a hidden valley high up in the Quantocks in Somerset. We sell organic beef, lamb, pork, chicken, eggs, apple juice and sheepskins, along with our stream-fed rainbow trout, still and sparkling spring water and raw honey.
Hobbs House Bakery
Hobbs House Bakery was established in the Cotswolds in the 1920’s and we are a true family business with five generations of baking experience. We are now bringing up the sixth generation of aspiring bakers.
We believe that handmade bread should be available to everyone. At our bakery in Chipping Sodbury our expert team of bakers produce an exceptional range of high quality breads, pastries and confectionery.
Bristol Tea Company
We are an independent company and source direct from small farms and estates in India and Sri Lanka – getting to know those who grow, produce and trade the tea.
Understanding and appreciating their knowledge and skills, as well as the challenges, of creating excellent tea is an essential part of the Bristol Tea Company’s journey.