The Grocer Chef
Tel: +44 (0) 1235 833237
We offer weekly lunch specials including our quiches and desserts
The Grocer Chef is a general store with a surprisingly wide range of items. We are having a revamp of the area to accommodate our new eco refills that will be available from 1st February 2020.
We offer fresh fruit and veg, papers and magazines, confectionery, crisps and snacks, frozen foods, fresh eggs and dairy, cleaning products, toiletries, and alcohol as well as a selection of takeaway foods, either from the kitchen or from our deli counter. Our new Hive Hub will offer laundry, Home cleaning, soaps, hair care and much more. Full details can be found on our Refills page. We also sell Marshfield Farm scoop ice cream & Scoops dog ice cream. In addition we stock a daily selection of bread from a local bakery.
We also stock local bitter from Bellinger's Brewery including their winter Sleigh Fuel and their Summer Ale by the bottle, gift set and keg. Apple juice from St Mary's Convent orchards, in Wantage. Vegan chocolate, homemade Christmas cakes, mince pies, chutney and much more. New items added frequently. We also have rCUPs - reusable drinks cups made from recycled coffee cups in a range of colours. Coffee Logs and eco firelighters have also recently become a huge hit with our customers. COFFEE LOGS
Ardington in Oxfordshire is the first location in the UK to benefit from Link’s pledge to install a free-to-use cash machine in communities that have lost charge-free ATMs.
'PayPoint installed the new machine last week at The Grocer Chef tearoom and general store on Ardington High Street, after the old one was removed by the previous operator.
Earlier this year, Link pledged to install a new cash machine at any location which loses a ‘Protected ATM’, where there is no alternative to free cash access and where a suitable location can be found.
Keith Grieg, owner of Grocer Chef, said: “Our village has seen a decline in vital services over the years, such as cash points and our bus service, so installing this machine will enhance access to cash for many in the community. In a village, a cash point can make a real difference, particularly to those who are not able to travel into town.”'
Article from talkingretail.com