The Hubbery Cafe

Our outdoor pop up cafe is now closed for the winter. Many thanks to all the lovely people who have braved the weather and joined us in our garden over the past few months. We are planning on opening up again in the spring during weekends.

We have six outdoor under cover tables that can be booked in advance, but there are other tables and benches dotted around the garden for people just popping by. We do however highly recommend booking in advance particularly for lunch and it’s essential if you want to be sure to have a space under cover. Just email us on [email protected] to book in.

We look forward to welcoming you all again in the spring.

Fika is the Swedish word for stopping what you’re doing, having a break and enjoying a drink and a homemade treat together with your family, your friends or your colleagues. It’s a hugely important part of Swedish culture and it is a concept that is difficult to fully explain or translate properly … You just have to visit us to experience it!

The Hubbery has been running for Spithurst Hub members and local businesses for several years and as we received a lot of positive comments about what we offer, we decided to also open up as an outdoor cafe back in June 2020.  Our menu is Swedish themed and in partnership with some great local Sussex businesses:

Direct trade Colombian filter coffee from Lindfield Coffee Works

Cold drinks from Folkington’s

Milk from Downsview Farm

Ice creams handmade by Simon at Tarragon Lion Fine Food

Organic Tremains cheese from High Weald Dairy

Gravad salmon from Springs Smokery 

Asparagus from South Brookwells Farm 

Mince and other produce from Denniker Farm Shop

Award winning organic eggs from Springles Farm

Bread either homemade or from Newick Bakery

Various vegetables from Barcombe Nurseries and some home grown

Venison from Sutton Hall Estate

Porter for our venison stew from Harvey’s Brewery

Beautiful aprons from Tatiana at Softer and Wild

We provide a selection of homemade Swedish cinnamon, cardamom and vanilla buns, cakes and biscuits and some traditional English favourites. Plus our So Sussex Chocolate Cake of course famous from the Elderflower Fields festival picnic.  We aim to have some gluten free and vegan cake available too. We also offer a small selection of seasonal lunches.

Please ask us about allergen information. Please note that wheat flour, nuts and sesame seeds are frequently used in our kitchen.

Our cafe is now closed for the winter, but we are planning on opening up again in the spring. Get in touch with us on [email protected] if you have any questions.

We look forward to seeing you again in the spring!

Find The Hubbery Cafe at: Spithurst HUB, Spithurst Road, Barcombe, BN8 5EE