Spurriergate Centre

Fair-priced eats in a historic setting

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A unique self-service establishment staffed partly by volunteers, this cheerful and lively café and restaurant is housed in a deconsecrated 12th century church.

The usual hot and cold drinks, plus home-made cakes and biscuits (or tea with buttered toasted teacake). Hot meals are available, with a daily changing menu (e.g. Chicken Tikka, or Veggie Bake, various baked potatoes). They also do handy and filling hot snacks such as bacon or sausage sandwich with tea/coffee . Cappuccino at around half the price of Starbuck’s down the road.

Self service at the counter can take a while, particularly at busy periods

Upstairs coffee bar and small fair-trade shop.

As a Christian centre, this must be the only café in York with a free counselling service.

Tip Great place to bring kids. Lots of space and a children’s play area with toys and books. (Where the altar was, under an old board with The Ten Commandments!)

Tip Free wifi upstairs, except lunchtimes

At A Glance

York YO1 9QR
( 44) 1904 629 393
Meals around £6, Tea and cake £4, Sandwich and drink £3.50
9.00am - 4pm (Monday),9.00am-4.30pm (Tues-Fri), 9.00am - 5.00pm (Saturday)


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