The Whistle Stop Café

Open from 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday during COVID restrictions (normally Wednesday to Sunday), the Café welcomes residents, visitors and tourists, dog walkers, cyclists, passers-by, parents and grandparents and anyone else attracted to Tetbury’s historic Victorian Goods Shed.

The Whistle Stop Café is run by Sasha Jenner. With almost 30 years experience in the catering trade and as a fully-qualified pastry chef, Sasha is looking forward to breathing new life into the cafe and make it the go-to place in Tetbury where you can enjoy great coffee cakes and freshly cooked food.


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Sasha says, “I started my career in Nailsworth many moons ago as a trainee chef in a fusion restaurant called Flynn’s above Williams kitchen. It was here I discovered a passion for desserts and patisserie.

“Over the years I have worked at lots of local places, including 16 years with Hobbs house bakery working with Tom Herbert. Other places include Williams kitchen and most recently head chef at The Canteen in Nailsworth.”

Note that until virus restrictions are fully lifted, there is no access to the interior of the building. There is ample seating at the outside tables but unfortunately the toilets are currently closed. However,

What’s on the menu


Featuring locally-sourced ingredients prepared freshly in the café every day, our menu includes all-day breakfast favourites like warm baps filled with Jesse Smith’s sausage or bacon alongside specialities like the Whistle Stop Breakfast,  featuring – what else? – fried green tomatoes!


There’s a strong local flavour to our drinks menu, too. Red, white and sparkling wines are supplied by Tetbury wine merchants, Vinotopia, while our Apple Smuggler cider comes from Cirencester’s Beard and Sabre and our beer and lager from Hook Norton and Cheltenham breweries, respectively.

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