Our chef owners are all about putting a modern spin on traditional flavours. Our food philosophy is based on sourcing local ingredients from high-quality producers and combining them to create delicious food which tastes fantastic and looks wonderful. from our walnut and banana bread with espresso butter to our signature ham hock & blackpudding scotch eggs. each and evry dish is crafted from only the finest ingredients. 



At the station coffee house we feel that the British Sunday lunch is the very heart of British family life and to which everyone has an emotional connection. It is the time for families & friends to get together and share great food, conversation & memories.
We have produced a menu offering the best cuts of meat that this area has to offer and serve this to you in the traditional style of the “Great British Sunday Lunch” - “Family Style”. The chosen cut is then served whole to your table along with the vegetable  and allows you to carve and serve yourselves. They are perfectly made for sharing with family and friends – and they’re big enough to feed at least 4 people!

​​Bookings essential...


Let us know the date, time and how many people and we will reserve you a table.

Our Friends
​Since our journey has begun we have not only found some fantastic independent suppliers, but some great friends who share our passion about fresh seasonal food and drink. Here are a few of our pals...




Wirral Watercress established in 2005, is based in Childer Thornton on the Wirral Peninsula. As the name suggests, the main product of the business is watercress which is supplied from March until the end of December.he was commended in the North West Fine Foods Awards 2008 and Wirral Watercress was awarded Merseyside Producer of the Year 2008.

Grange Hill Farm is a family run mushroom farm located in West Kirby, Wirral. The owners Steve and Barry have been growing mushrooms locally for almost 40 years. They pride themselves in providing quality fresh mushrooms.​
Our butcher is cooks  from rainford. We choose rainford because: They source directly from local farms within a 25 mile radius. They deal only in  traditional British breed livestock. They work closely with farmers. They slaughter themselves in their own small but highly regulated abattoir ensuring animal welfare is a priority. They keep their meat impeccably in very high tech refrigeration systems. Established in 1932 by Eric Cook 
all of our sourdough loaves are made in a little micro bakery. 

it takes 28 hours from start to finish to make one. this is the traditional ancient method of breadmaking.

slow fermentation is key to good sourdough using only flour, himalayan pink salt, water and a 5 year old starter this is totally natural process. 

during this process, gluten is broken down into simple proteins & sugars making sourdough a better choice for those with sensitvity to gluten. 

  1. Always fresh, our very own blend of Coffee.
    Say good morning to a good Coffee.
  2. Everything You Love About Coffee.
    Say good morning to a good Coffee.
  3. Breakfast
    Say good morning to a good Coffee.
  4. Toast & Muffins
    Say good morning to a good Coffee.
  5. Lunch
    Say good morning to a good Coffee.
  6. Sandwiches
    Say good morning to a good Coffee.
  7. Great coffee, great atmosphere, great time
Made right here! That’s our philosophy, and how we like to roll. Our little kitchen creates exciting food with an emphasis on locally sourced wonderful ingredients, coffee and tea 

 drink coffee at lunch. I find it keeps me awake for the afternoon.

Made right here!