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Love n Peas

‘Love N Peas’ is the café at the heart of Gatis Community Space offering healthy, affordable, home-cooked food. Pop in and you’ll discover a warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere. We have comfy sofas you can relax in whilst enjoying a coffee and something from our delicious homemade cake selection (including dairy & gluten free options). You can also surf the web using our free wi-fi.

Our table tops all double up as popular board games we also have a selection of other games on hand as well as shelves full of books for you to enjoy. Most of our books are part of a ‘book swap’ where you are free to take them away and finish reading at home. You can also leave books you’ve finished so people can always find something new.

The café is also used to host various craft and food related workshops and drop-in sessions where you can find friendly help and advice on a number of issues – see ‘whats on for details’

The café space is also available for hire for parties, meetings, workshops etc. and we can offer bespoke catering packages – contact café manager Steve to discuss hiring, menus and prices.

We have partnered with many organisations, providing a meeting space, running workshops, and catering. Our associates include Improving Futures, Give Us A Break, Banardos, West Park Infant School, Make:Shift, Terrence Higgins Trust, Wolverhampton Council, Creative Black Country, Wolverhampton Home Educators, Wildside, Compton Hospice, Citizens Advice Bureau.

Sample Menu

Teas & Coffees

from 50p



Sweet Pancakes

from £1

Savoury Pancakes

from £1.50

Seasonal soup and crusty bread


Pasta & Garlic Bread

from £3.00

Dals & Curries

from £3



Cheese/Beans on Toast

from £1

Vegan hot dogs


Falafel & tabbouleh


Olives, Hummus & Flatbread


Why Love N Peas has a vegetarian and vegan menu

Food for everyone We try and provide a menu which is suitable for everyone to enjoy, regardless of dietary restriction or religious beliefs.

Eating a diet of less meat and plenty of fruit and vegetables has many proven health benefits, with lower cholesterol levels, a decreased likelihood of getting cancer, suffering from heart disease or diabetes.

Environmental concerns. A diet high in meat consumption has numerous negative effects on the environment, from greenhouse gasses (livestock rearing creates as many emissions as all of the worlds motor vehicles put together) to extensive water and land use, (30% of the earth’s entire land surface (70% of all agricultural land) is used for rearing farmed animals.) and over-fishing damaging marine ecosystems.

Cost. A healthy, balanced vegetarian diet is substantially cheaper than that relying on meat. Adding more meat-free meals to your diet will cut your food bills