20 High Street, Lymington
The time has finally come...TTG Lymington High Street is open!
A neighbourhood daytime plant-based eatery, deli and store. Casual coffee shop vibes, you can eat-in or takeaway, drop in for a chat or make yourself at home for the whole day! Whether it's coffee + cake, gluten-free bagel, deli salad box, a glass of wine with your lunch, or lazy afternoons with a bottle of bubbles and a cheese plate, we have something for everyone. With various spaces to be comfy in, it's suitable for single diners, small groups and large groups. Big tables on the first floor that can double as workspace and an extra large table in The Attic. Just stroll on in and grab yourself a table! Small and well behaved doggies are allowed on the first floor!
The Attic private dining space is our cosy nook in the eaves of the top floor. The only bookable table, it can be booked for a private lunch or dinner, meeting space or used to host events. The table seats up to twelve. Please email if you'd like to enquire and book.
With a store full of vegan cookbooks, wine, handmade chocolate, ingredients and locally made homeware it's the perfect place to find a gift for that special someone, or simply when it's time to treat yourself!
Monthly supperclubs, workshops and events, TTG will be a hive of activity and hub for the neighbourhood. My mission is to serve delicious food, coffee and wine in a beautiful safe space with personal and friendly service.
Come on in, I can’t wait to meet you...
THERE ARE NO RESERVATIONS, JUST ROCK ON UP!
Mon - Fri 10-4
Our vintage food truck! Check out the calendar to see where we're popping up next with our 100% plant-based, mostly gluten-free...always scrumptious food and treats.
Retired for the Winter, Dorrie will be off the road for a little while! But keep your eyes and ears peeled as she will pop up here and there, every so often!!
See you soon
Markets, Pop-Ups + Events
I, am The Tinker’s Granddaughter.
My journey has led me here, rather full circle if you like. Home-grown on the South Coast, my travels have taken me far and wide. But this endeavour brings me back to where it all began.
Like all good stories, this one starts with young love.
Happiness prevails, then children and then grandchildren…
This is a dedication to The Tinker. A great man who spent hours in his workshop, tinkering away. Nothing he couldn’t fix. Just a quick smile, the promise of having it returned in no time at all, and with that the door would gently close. The radio softly plays, the dog sits at his feet and his beloved work begins.
He taught me patience, kindness and how to enjoy life’s simple pleasures.
But most importantly..how to tinker.
Cheers Granddad, this one’s for you.