If you’re looking for somewhere to eat in Stamford with a conscience and serving delicious plant-based food Sarah Saunders went along to Stamford’s ‘Green Quarter’ to try The Blonde Beet...
At the end of an alleyway, between a houseplant shop and an Eco-refill shop you’ll find The Blonde Beet, a plant-based café and bistro which is attracting lots of custom with its innovative menu.
All the dishes on the menu are made with seasonal fruit and vegetables, locally sourced as far as possible.
On the day we went it was a little too chilly to sit in the courtyard so we went upstairs and ordered coffees with pear, chocolate and walnut cake which really hit the spot.
The walls were decorated with the paintings of a local artist and there are plenty of houseplants around the café to add to the green vibe.
The menu is ideal for a lunch stop with home-made pies, inventive salads, and locally baked bread.
They change the menu weekly and have excitingly flavoured pies, main meals, salads and cakes and a genuine focus on sourcing ingredients seasonally, ethically and locally.
The Blonde Beet - 7 St. Paul’s Street, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2BE