The Garden Café at the Holburne Museum has been run by Benugo since the museum reopened in 2011. The company specialises in serving great-tasting food in beautiful surroundings.

Benugo has partnered with some of the best cultural and historic institutions in the country, if not the world. It operates in amazing locations like the British Museum, the V&A, the Natural History Museum, the Ashmolean Museum and, of course, the Holburne, as well as a collection of castles which are part of Historic Scotland.

The Garden Café has fresh food that changes with the seasons, with delicious light salads, pasta, cakes and tarts which can be enjoyed in the café or taken out under the trees for an impromptu picnic.

If you’re a coffee connoisseur, you’ll know that Benugo is famous for its coffee credentials, having picked up two London Lifestyle Awards for London’s Coffee Shop of the Year. This espresso culture is reflected in the new barista-brewed drinks, which include flat whites, macchiatos and soft brew.

Benugo’s coffee has a 90/10 split between Arabica and Robusta beans, and is sourced from Brazil, Nicaragua, Honduras and Vietnam – with flavours ranging from tropical sweetness to red berry.

If you are visiting the Holburne, be sure to drop by. Don’t forget, too, that the museum and café are open until 9pm on the last Friday of the month for drinks, nibbles, music and pop-up events.

The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath, BA2 4DB
Tel: 01225 388572
Visit: holburne.org