Where to get Coffee and Cake in Nottingham? - Malt Cross

Where to get Coffee and Cake in Nottingham?

Wondering where to get coffee and cake in Nottingham? Or looking for the perfect morning treat or an afternoon delight near you? Coffee and cake at the Malt Cross is the ultimate tea-break luxury.

The Malt Cross opens it’s doors to coffee lovers from 11am Monday-Sunday (closed Tuesdays), eagerly awaiting hungry arrivals. Our bar and kitchen believe in the richness of homemade goodies, which is why we are so proud of our unique coffee blend from Stewart of Trent Bridge. A blend even the most severe coffee critics will love. A wide selection of loose leaf teas are an exciting pick-n-mix for the tea drinkers, and rows of sweet treats are the perfect accompaniment to any refreshment.

As always, our food ethos stretches beyond the menu. We are passionate about supporting the Nottingham community, which is why we source our ingredients from local suppliers for a truly home-grown finish. Working with local bakeries and independent stores is at the core of our community-led spirit, helping the Malt Cross continue to be ever-changing.

Tuck into a delicious slice of Victoria sponge stuffed with decedent cream and sharp, oozing jam surrounded by years of Music Hall history. Or enjoy our famous cream and crushed Maltesers hot chocolate for a perfect Winter warmer. Don’t miss out on our current  Brew & Chew offer for £4.95. Enjoy any hot drink and cake at a reduced price – for a limited time only!

There is a coffee and cake for everyone at the Malt Cross, with your favourite timeless classics or new season delicacies. Visit us today and try our infamous afternoon treats, sampling the very best local suppliers Nottingham has to offer.

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