I was pleasantly surprised by the welcoming atmosphere and nifty decor of the venue, skillfully designed to be themed extensively to the book and film of the same name. Patrons can expect a reasonably large garden atmosphere, complete with toilets, indoor and outdoor seating, flowerpots, wooden benches, hay bales, running water, books, fireplace, watering cans, and even a live rabbit (for looks only, handling the rabbit is not permitted).
Peter Rabbit features nifty decor which contribute to a welcoming garden atmosphere. Photo: Thomas Day
The decor is only the beginning of what becomes a memorable experience, as all staff members are attentive, prompt and friendly, and provide service with a smile. Peter Rabbit offers an extensive range of gourmet meals and dishes (some also themed to rabbits), and a large selection of hot and cold beverages, some unique to this cafe only. For my visit, I purchased a peanut butter hot chocolate, made with home made peanut butter, and this was a very unique and tasty delicacy. I can't, however, comment on the quality of food, as it is something to look forward to next time. Nonetheless, from what I observed of the dishes which were being served, they all looked very fresh and tasty.
For those who are in a hurry and need food and beverage on the go, this cafe also caters for this need, with their bright green caravan, open occasionally to serve prompt takeaway food and beverages. This carvan can sometimes also be seen at events as a pop-up Peter Rabbit, so customers can enioy great coffee and snacks wherever they may go.
Therefore, there's no option now but to visit Peter Rabbit right now...just don't get caught by McGregor, or it could spell trouble
Opening hours for Peter Rabbit are incorrect.
They open 7.30am on a Monday