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A Scrumptious Journey Through the Best Cafes in Peterborough

Peterborough has a few hidden gems dotted in and around the City Centre. So, if you are looking for a quiet and peaceful environment with some amazing hot or iced beverages and delicious pastries, let me introduce you to them.


Teefee is a family-owned cafe specialising in Spanish lattes and prides itself on having the best toasties in town. Tee Fee opened last year. Since then, they have been ringing in business left, right, and centre. The cafe interior makes you feel like you have exported to a little town in Spain where you feel the calm and welcoming energy vibrate through each wall.

Located: 47 Burghley Rd, Peterborough PE1 2QA


Gossip is a Turkish/Balkan restaurant concentrating on authentic Turkish pastries and breakfast. If you are looking for a quiet place to study or a cute girly place to gossip look no further as Gossip’s atmosphere caters to all.

Located: 4 Midgate, Peterborough PE1 1TN

Peterborough Museum Cafe

Peterborough’s Museum cafe is set in a beautiful and relaxed environment on the ground floor of the museum, the Coffee House is a great destination for anyone needing a break and something to eat and drink. With great-tasting coffee and speciality tea bags, delicious homemade cakes and sandwiches, all available to eat in or take away, Squire’s is the perfect place to take a break from shopping or work, or after a tour of the museum’s collections and galleries.

Located: 51 Priestgate, Peterborough PE1 1LF

Nata Lisboa

Nata Lisboa was born to bring the delights of traditional recipes from Lisbon to the four corners of the world. Providing us with fresh pastries, cakes, and authentic Portuguese food, not to mention cultivating the locals to immerse themselves into a different culture and have the best experience at the cafe.

Located: 10 Midgate, Peterborough PE1 1TN


Bean Around Coffee is a locally owned, operated, coffee-obsessed, family-run business with a Zimbabwean and Sicilian heritage. Sicilians are renowned for their love of a good espresso, whilst Zimbabweans have a do-it-right or don’t-do-it approach to life - this is a great melding of these two ‘groundings’. Renowned for their delicious coffee beans and sweet treats, come over for an enjoyable and tasty experience.

Located: 2 Cathedral Square, Peterborough PE1 1XH

Be sure to give these cafes a visit to experience your main character moment and endless treats.


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