We invite you to join us in our little café-bar opposite the Theatre Royal Winchester on Jewry Street. Open all day, we serve light meals, speciality coffee, excellent teas, interesting wines, classic cocktails and unusual spirits and potions. Discover new favourites or new friends, Cabinet Rooms Winchester is a meeting place for discerning imbibers just like you.
We are located on Jewry Street, right opposite the Theatre Royal Winchester,
half way between Winchester High Street and the train station.
2 De Lunn Buildings
Tuesday to Friday 0800-2300
We open early to serve you delicious coffee, roasted by our friends at Extract Coffee in Bristol. They source their beans direct from farmers around the world, ensuring that local producers get a better deal. Similarly, all our teas are sourced from the Canton Tea Co. which has won awards for its work in sourcing tea ethically and supporting local communities of tea pickers and growers.
We serve small breakfasts (bacon rolls, homemade granola, sourdough toast and jam etc) and offer a great selection of sandwiches and sourdough toasties for lunch.
We have worked with Red Squirrel, purveyors of unique and interesting wines, to put together a short but exciting wine list to titillate your palates. Made with somewhat unusual native grape varieties we are sure you will find a new favourite in our list. If you fancy a little sparkle, we also serve prosecco, Hampshire sparkling wine and Veuve Clicquot champagne.
Our cocktail list has been carefully selected to offer cocktail lovers some carefully crafted classics. While you may not find mojitos or long island iced teas on our menu, you will find some great classics alongside one or two of our own concoctions.
We offer a range of bar snacks, small plates and puddings if you want to graze in the evening.
Our air conditioning helps us to create a cool and calm environment for you to enjoy with your drinks and nibbles but if our ice cold soft drinks or iced lattes are not enough to cool you down, you may like to opt for an ice-cream or, better still, an affogato or sbagliato. Ask for more information…