- Telephone 0121 443 4725
- Opening times Mon–Wed 9am–5pm; Thu–Sat 9am–11pm; Sun 10am–4pm.
- Website www.kitchengardencafe.co.uk
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The Kitchen Garden Café is a tranquil oasis in the heart of Kings Heath’s busy shopping centre, combining a garden shop, café, deli and meeting room surrounding an old blue brick courtyard.
At the licensed Café you’ll find a variety of delicious and wholesome things to eat, all freshly made right here, including an A la Carte Menu on Thursday to Saturday evenings and Sunday lunch. We have a separate children’s menu and small play area.
We try to use the best seasonal, local and fairly-traded produce, including organics where we can, to ensure that the cooking retains all the real flavour of good food.
There’s also a Deli where you can purchase organic, fair-trade and locally sourced food to take home, including organic wines, beers & spirits, plus jams and preserves made in our own kitchen.
You can hire our meeting room or even the whole café for your meetings, celebrations and events. We can supply hot and cold buffets to suit a range of budgets.
We also host live music, comedy and poetry including regular events such as Laughing Cows (all female comedy nights), The Retort Cabaret Show (an eclectic mix of music, comedy, poetry and alternative cabaret). Storytelling Café (bringing storytelling back to adult audiences) and Poetry Bites.
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- Provides: Free wi-fi
There are 8 events at this location
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The Blue Mosquitoes
The lively Tasmania-born four-piece, featuring vocals from Hannah Foley, plays punk-style folk-rock.
The singer-songwriter plays alt-country, folk and Americana.
The Hut People
Eclectic folk from the Hull-based two-piece.
I See Hawks In LA
- Written by: I See Hawks In LA
The four-piece from Los Angeles, California performs an acoustic fusion of alternative country and Americana.
The four-piece from Dakar, Senegal performs Afrobeat, world-funk and hip hop.
Rob Heron And The Tea Pad Orchestra
The Newcastle-based singer-songwriter and guitarist plays a mixture of swing, country, folk and Gypsy jazz, with touches of soul and Cajun, with his backing band.