5 great coffee shops and cafés in Berkshire

PUBLISHED: 16:00 03 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:53 23 February 2018

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Whether it’s a catch up with a friend or discussing business with a colleague, you should always consider a trip to one of these fantastic Berkshire coffee shops...


Cinnamon Café, Windsor

This independently owned and operated café inside Windsor Royal Shopping centre is a lively little location to stop for a drink and a snack. Expect everything from jacket potatoes and cinnamon buns to cakes and coffee. Open every day from 7am to 6pm.

Windsor Royal Shopping, Windsor Royal Station, Windsor, SL4 1PJ; www.cinnamoncafe.com


Tutti Frutti, Reading

Open every day, this Reading Station café serve a range of coffee, hot chocolate and tea. Soup and sandwiches are available at lunchtime as well as a superb selection of sweet treats and ice cream. They won the High Street Hero title at our 2015 Food and Drink Awards.

Unit 9, Brunel Arcade, Reading Railway Station, RG1 1LT; www.facebook.com/TuttiFruttiReading


Bite Café, Windsor

Serving a mouth-watering selection of breakfast options, ranging from the ‘Mega’ to their own ‘Big Bite Burrito Breakfast’, a trip to this Windsor café will kick your day off well. If you’re heading there on your lunch break, try one of their burritos or a low carb salad.

21 St Leonards Rd, Windsor SL4 3BP; www.bitecafe.co.uk


The Flower Pot Café, Newbury

Being the number 1 place for coffee and tea in Newbury, you can expect some delicious food hailing from a surpisingly large menu. With all the classic breakfast options cooked to perfection, you'll never want to miss the most important meal of the day again!

Inch's Yard, 11 Market St, Newbury RG14 5DP; www.facebook.com

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Eliane, Hungerford

They brand themselves as ‘a café with a difference’ which is evident in their ever-changing menu. Expect to see vegan and vegetarian options aplenty: stuffed peppers, herb roasted aubergine and zingy spring salad feature on their sample menu.

24 High Street, The Courtyard, Hungerford RG17 0NF; elianesmiles.com

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