Located on Hill Street, Lot 11 is a ‘hideout’ which offers a range of coffees and cakes alongside an extensive menu that we think is offering something quite unique in Wrexham, including bang on trend proper smashed avocado! The main focus of the menu is brunch – something which the owner of Lot 11, Sarah Baker, says was inspired by her time in Australia. Offering a twist on traditional breakfast items, the cafe’s menu features a full Welsh breakfast, smashed avocado and poached eggs on sourdough toast, cereals and ‘proper baked beans’ in chunky tomato sauce. The cafe also offers freshly made sandwiches, cakes / muffins and a range of coffees and teas. In the future the cafe will be looking branch out by offering pop-up nights, baby showers and afternoon teas.
“ To pursue the good and to feel happy”. Bright, healthy and luxurious Australian style brunch, has lit up the Welsh town of Wrexham, thanks to owner Sarah. Her vision of bringing colour, taste and awesome coffee to North Wales has been fulfilled, and she now has a dedicated team working alongside. Lot 11 offers an upbeat, vibrant and yet casual dining experience, where you can enjoy blissful comfort food, or more gourmet delicacies. As a Finalist in the Best Of Welsh Business Awards 2021, the delicious Menu includes Bacon Butty, Eggs on toast, American Pancakes with golden maple syrup and glistening fresh fruit. The coffee is a speciality, and the aroma of roasted beans casts a spell over the passersby, and draws them in. With great options such as Grazing Boxes, Catering and Private Hire, healthy, natural and luxurious food can be shared and relished by all.
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