Potters Barn is a cosy cafe in the lovely village of Ribchester, selling a small selection of gifts and welcomes everyone including walkers and cyclists, with a walled garden and outside undercover seating. Potters Barn also hosts pottery painting any day of the week, either inside or outside weather permitting and can accommodate groups, parties etc.
Wednesday, 7 October 2020
Potters Barn Church Street Ribchester 7th October 2020
There are several vegan options on the menu, including breakfast, salad, sandwich of houmous and roasted peppers and four vegan cakes when I visited.
I only took one photo of the interior, as it was busy and I always feel awkward when people are dining, but its a quaint tearoom with a chilled atmosphere.
They are very accommodating, as I asked for a jacket potato with houmous, roast peppers and avocado, which was no problem and Steven wanted Tuscan bean stew, which was vegan if you swap butter for soya spread. We ordered camomile and Earl Grey teas and it was good to see soya milk was available.
The crockery certainly brightened the day, with the vibrant teapot, matching plates and bowls and equally colourful food. The jacket potato was huge, with loads of topping and Steven loved the stew, which had a good kick of chilli, served with excellent granary bread.