• Pierrepoints Cafe
  • Sustainability

Pierreponts is a café restaurant in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, on Harwell Campus near Didcot, Oxfordshire and at the Innovation Centre, Milton Park, Oxfordshire serving fresh and locally sourced breakfast, brunch, lunch and afternoon tea.

They love great quality food and creating a relaxed, friendly atmosphere where wonderful quality food is served by a happy, knowledgeable team.

They create a high quality selection of substantial, flavoursome dishes and bring their passion for fresh produce to every part of our menu, helping to build Pierreponts’ reputation as one of the best places to eat in and around Reading and Oxford.

PIERREPONTS IN GORING -Opening hours: Eat-in and takeaway : Wednesday to Saturday 8:30am – 4pm and Sunday 8:30am – 3pm

To book a table please call: 01491 874464 or email: orders@pierreponts.co.uk

All their food is prepared on site by their chefs. They source all their ingredients from high quality, local (where possible) producers.

They are currently serving tart and salad, baguettes, bacon / sausage sandwiches, snacks, sweet treats, hot and cold drinks.

Running a sustainable service lies at the heart of what they do. Locality is key here; all of their ingredients are fresh and everything is sourced from as nearby as possible. Meats like their sausages and bacon come from the award-winning Vicars Game who only offer the highest quality produce. Fish is also brought in on a daily basis and when in season a local grower provides fruit and vegetables like baby chard and heritage tomatoes.

This ethos extends further than the food they serve, as they offer space for local designers and makers to sell pottery, handmade jewellery and all manner of gift items. They also participate in the village’s food festival as well as their arts and music festival, which happen on alternate years. They  also make sure we’re on hand to provide a much needed energy boost in the form of flapjacks at the finish line of the Goring 10K, helping to raise significant funds for the local primary school.

They also have picnic baskets.

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