The Copper Kettle in Waterloo Court in Andover

A firm local favourite in Andover, The Copper Kettle was taken over last year by Paul Atkins, an experienced chef who had previously worked at the Grosvenor Stockbridge, which was run by the Atkins family.

Paul has years of experience in the kitchen and with the hospitality industry and has brought all those skills to The Copper Kettle, which can be accessed from Shaws Walk and also Waterloo Court.

Serving a variety of food and drink, the team start serving for breakfast and work through the day until dinner time. Takeouts are available as well as tea, cake and a natter with friends throughout the day.

Paul has rebranded the Copper Kettle giving it a fresh new feel.

You can contact The Copper Kettle on 01264 351175 or pop in for a visit to 4 Shaws Walk, Andover, SP10 1LJ, its yummy, you wont regret it!

Waterloo Court is situated in the heart of Andover Town Centre.

It is easily accessible to shoppers through the alley in Shaw’s Walk from Andover’s High Street, or from the side of the White Hart Hotel in Bridge Street. Each access blossoms open to a small, but perfectly formed parade of shops that offer all manner of treats and essentials.

Over the last few months, the court has become a bubbling hive of new fresh businesses, working together to promote their area of the town, supporting each other and attracting more and more shoppers.

All of the shops on Waterloo Court need Andover’s help to continue providing the array of products and services. Please do use them.

You can find out about the shops in Waterloo Court by clicking on the links below:

Charlie’s

Lonefairy Jewellery

Naturally Health Foods

Starz and Moon Kidzwear

The Copper Kettle

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