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Cafe and take away specialising in wholesome homemade foods. Licensed. Seating upstairs, in a secluded courtyard and an airy function room. Live music on alternate Fridays.Opening times:Monday to Friday 8am - 3pm; Saturday 10am to 3pm. Closed Sundays and all Bank Holidays.
All reviews lunch quiche wild rice salad soups thai curry jacket potato potatoes bread home made westgate street friendly cafe blues festival great healthy food lovely courtyard visited gloucester gloucester cathedral
Peppers is brilliant for a quick lunch! The decor is eclectic but cool and the food is healthy but surprisingly yummy. The soups are especially nice, usually served with home made bread. I had the carrot and sweet potato and my friend the broccoli and...More
My wife and I enjoyed a really good lunch at Peppers. I had the soup, followed by the sausage casserole. Both were fantastic. My bride had a jacket potato stuffed with shrimp, which she also enjoyed. If ever we're back in Gloucester, we'll certainly return.
Such a great find while we were on holiday in the region. The food is fresh and delicious. We all found something to suit and my quiche and salad was gorgeous. The staff were welcoming and helpful. Would love to have a cafe like this...More
This little cafe situated just off Westgate St in Bull Lane Gloucester is tops when the Gloucester Blues Festival is on. We have been lucky enough to always have lovely weather when here. The courtyard at the back was last night buzzing to the sounds...More
We called in here for coffee and liked it so we came back for lunch. Sat in the courtyard with our dog, had excellent baguettes with lovely fresh ingredients and some cracking local Dark Mild from Hillside brewery. Also got info on where to buy...More
I use Peppers on an infrequent basis but everytime I've been there the food has been of a very high quality. I also enjoy their selection of beers, ciders and perries. Peppers are also a great supporter of the Gloucester Blues Festival and the ambience...More
I have been here twice last week and had two excellent meals one sausage casserole and with yummy rice and one Caribbean type curry also delish, good prices on this and really enjoyed the food, I will come back.
I got into the cafe at 8:30am to be greeted with confusion. It felt it was a rare occasion that someone came in for breakfast this early. It was a little struggle getting info where to go and what I could eat. They were eager...More