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Fresh, 100% homemade Vegetarian and Vegan Foods to eat in or take away with a strong
Mediterranean influence using the best local, seasonal and organic produce in West Dorset and East Devon.

Local | seasonal | organic

The Cafe

An ever-changing array of delicacies - homemade vegetarian delights with and extensive salad bar; mezzes, falafels, arancini, samosas, tarte tatin, home baked breads, tagines and much much more! Also a massive selection of sweet treats, cakes, pastries, again all made in house with love and care.

Tierra is a friendly, relaxed, airy space with a lovely riverside terrace in Lyme’s artisan quarter. A great range of Coffees, Teas, Juices and Crushes. Tierra is also licensed serving delicious Wines, local Ciders and Beers.

The Deli

The Tierra Deli allows you to take away an extensive selection of homemade Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-free foods for home or when out and about.

We also stock seasonal Riverford Organic Vegetables and a large range of Vegetarian Wholefoods and hard-to-find ingredients. Our homemade range includes Spice Mixes, Dressings, Sauces, Pestos, Condiments and Tapenades, many of which are used in our dishes. We also stock two Tierra Kitchen Cookbooks.

Vegan and Gluten free

Vegan and Gluten Cookbook coming in 2020! We are currently working on a new range of Vegan and Gluten Free recipes for our ‘Naked Tierra’ Cookbook. Many of the new recipes are available to try already in our daytime selection of foods. We also have a rapidly expanding vegan recipe section on this website. 

Vegan recipes


As always, the ideas will be seasonal and organic where possible, with a strong leaning towards Lyme Regis and Dorset produce.

Check out future Vegan Staple Recipes such as Vegan Pumpkin and Sage Sausages, Brazil Nut Burgers, Sweet Potato Tortilla, Sticky Toffee & Ginger Pudding.

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Tierra Kitchen Cookbook - Volume two

Our Second cook book, takes on a wild theme, from chestnuts, wild garlic, sea samphire and plenty more foraged produce easily available to all.

The book is available for purchase for £10 plus P&P - UK only.

Click here to to buy online via Big Cartel.

Tierra Kitchen Cookbook - Volume two

 

Tierra Kitchen Cookbook - Volume one

At Tierra Kitchen our aim is simple: to make modern, vibrant, original dishes with a strong Mediterranean influence using the best local, seasonal and organic produce we can find, which is why we wanted to write a real cookbook with doable recipes using the same obtainable ingredients.

The book is available for purchase for £10 plus P&P - UK only.

Click here to to buy online via Big Cartel.

Tierra Kitchen Cookbook - Volume one

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