Mister Magnolia

Mister Magnolia


0.5 miles
1 High Street, Ditchling, BN6 8SY
Mister Magnolia is a lively family-friendly coffee shop in the village of Ditchling with a charming interior bedecked with old school furniture and vintage children's toys. Run by two sisters, Sophie and Natalie (who have six children between them), Mister Magnolia is a place to relax with your children - the designated area for little ones includes colouring equipment, toys, storytelling and even film screenings, ensuring that you have time to enjoy your refreshments in peace. Small but perfectly formed, the menu is fresh and carefully considered to provide tasty options for those with food sensitivities, as well as many child-friendly dishes. Pie-Dish dinners are popular with children and every delicious option, including the homemade macaroni cheese, is packed with hidden vegetables. Toddler boards and mini sandwiches are also available.

Lunches include homemade soup made with fresh seasonal vegetables, sandwiches with Real Patisserie sourdough as well as toasties. The 100-per-cent Arabica coffee is Fairtrade and organic, and the flat white has an excellent reputation. Weekend breakfasts, using Mac's Farm eggs and dry-cured Sussex bacon, are hard to resist. On Thursday and Friday evenings, stone-baked pizza is on the menu.

The coffee shop is also licensed so you can enjoy a glass of fizz or local ale when the occasion calls for it, and on Saturday nights, cocktails are served
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