Olly P Update 8th August 2020

Well here we are in August and settling in to the new normal.  We have added some extra dishes to our menu to give you more choice, but we are still not running our full menu as we need a smaller team in the kitchen to maintain social distancing and keep our team safe.

To guarantee a table we strongly advise booking, we only take bookings online 24 hours in advance so get your skates on they go quickly…  The time slots are for one hour with staggered arrival times to help us avoid to many people arriving at the same time.

 We are now operating the upstairs café area for walk in guests, when we have reached our capacity, we will then start a waiting list and call you back when a table becomes available. 

We have completed a thorough risk assessment to make sure you and our team will be as safe as
possible. Look at the “Keeping You Safe” tab. 

Keep watching this space & all our social media platforms for further info.

    Please note that face coverings must now be worn during your visit to us, except when seated and actually eating or drinking

    Opening hours (for the time being)

    Monday 09.00am to 3.30pm
    Tuesday 09.00am to 3.30pm
    Wednesday 09.00am to 3.30pm
    Thursday 09.00am to 3.30pm
    Friday 09.00am to 3.30pm
    Saturday 09.00am to 3.30pm
    Sunday 09.00am to 3.30pm

    Oliver’s Pantry is a quirky cafe just off the Market Square in Ripon, passionate about full bodied coffee & flavoursome loose leaf tea, serving fresh wholesome & uplifting  food all day, every day!

    You will feel a warm welcome from the moment you walk through our door….  like sitting in your kitchen chatting with your pals, comfy like your most comfy jeans, with the buzz of a busy happy cafe.

    Above all, we are a cafe. We pride ourselves on our local produce, and excellent coffee, served by our skilled baristas.
    We make a large part of our menu in our own kitchen, and where we can’t, we do our very best to source from only the best bakers, coffee roasters and skilled culinary craftsmen and women across Yorkshire.