old printing officesteamOur philosophy is to only serve a few seasonal meals each day, along with a selection of cakes and desserts made by us. Vegetarian food features in equal measures to meat based dishes, A�using the most local and most ethically reared meat available and weA�try hard to cater for those with gluten free or dairy free diets. By keeping our menu short, A�it avoids the need to buy in pre-made produce and are proud that our meals and cakes are made by us, A�in-house, and from scratch. A�We do buy a small selection of ingredients occasionally, A�such as gluten free bread rolls and quality prepared mayonnaise, jams and conserves but we will never use cakes or meals produced in an industrial kitchen – we just don’t think it’s what our customers want. A� This also means that availability varies and we sometimes have to make last minute changes to our menu, A�so please ring us if you would like to know what’s on offer on any particular day, A�especially if you are interested in vegan, gluten free or dairy free dishes. A�Here’s a sample lunch menu which we’ll update from time to time, andA�Like us on FacebookA�A�orA�follow us on TwitterA�to get updates on seasonal specials and new cakes.

When the Welsh sun does make an appearance,A� make the most of our quiet outdoor seating area,A� overlooking the garden and make sure you bring the family. Its set up to be as family, pushchair and wheelchair friendly as our ancient building allows,A� with some simple toys and drawing materials to keep little ones amused, A�some highchairs on hand and baby changing facilities available in our disabled-access toilet.


Closed on Tuesdays and Sundays

sample menu

Welsh Beef Brisket -A�pulled Welsh Beef Brisket in a tangy sauce, A�in a homemade potato-dough bread roll with coleslaw and salad – A?8.75

Maple & Soy Glazed Sausages -A�with roasted cherry tomatoes & sun-dried tomatoes on toasted organic sourdough bread – A?7.50

New potato,A� caramelised onion and Perl Wen Quiche ofA�spelt & olive oil pastry, served with side salad, A� bread and a Romesco dipping sauce of garlic, almonds and red pepper A?7.95

Welsh Lamb ShoulderA�slow cooked in spinach and coriander, with cumin-roasted sweet potato wedges and a yoghurt and mint sauce A?8.95

Black Mountain Smokery Duck Breast Salad -A�with redcurrants, A�broccoli, hazelnuts and giant cous-cous A?7.95

Pea, Broad Bean, Mint &A�ChiliA�-A�on toasted sourdough with a tabbouleh side salad A?6.50

Sweetcorn Fritter Stack -A�with avocado, lime and coriander salsa and sour cream, A�topped with either halloumi or Welsh bacon A?6.95


Pair of Homemade Crumpets

Welsh strawberry and champagne jam, apricot jam, or Welsh honey A?3.75

Black Mountain Smokery Smoked Salmon & Scrambled Egg – A?7.00

Welsh Rarebit & Old Printing Office Blackberry Ketchup – A?5.50


Homemade Ice Cream -A�made with local Gwenlas cream, A�3 scoops – A?3.50

Pear & ginger frangipane tart,A� served warm with ice cream A?4.50

FlourlessA�Hazelnut and Chocolate CakeA�served withA�cream A?3.50


Children’s meals A?4.50

All with homemade popcorn, carrot sticks & scoop of homemade ice cream for puddingA�

Mini Hot Dog & tomato ketchup

Mini portion of sweetcorn fritters, A�sour cream dip

Cream Cheese & cucumber sandwich