The Your Herefordshire team have been fortunate enough to enjoy a working brunch at  The Bookshop in Hereford and it certainly impressed!

Although all of our tastes are different, there was something on their updated menu for everyone!

Whether it’s continental croissants and coffee, a vegan or vegetarian fry or one of The Bookshop’s Benedict (of which there were plenty to choose from), there is definitely something for everyone. And if there isn’t…you have the option to ‘make it yours’.

Why not pop along and try it out, you never know, you might bump into us as we’ll definitely be returning!

The Brunch menu runs 9am to 3pm every day except Tuesday’s. Sunday brunch is 9am-12pm.

Walk ins are welcomed subject to availability or if you’re planning ahead, you can book a table directly via the following link –

The Bookshop is a modern British 
restaurant in Hereford serving coffee, brunch, lunch, dinner and award winning Sunday lunch.

The menu features vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free dishes.

A Rule of Tum is a group of restaurants, owned and operated by Rupert, Edwin, and Dorian – with the aim of making and serving delicious food in wonderful spaces. 

Founded from the desire to make and serve delicious food every day, A Rule of Tum (AROT) began in 2013 as the passion project of a few Herefordians. 

Focused on crafting honest dishes, inspired by local and seasonal ingredients, you’ll find a family of passionate people, working thoughtfully to create food experiences in Herefordshire and beyond.

A Rule of Tum was started by Dorian & Edwin Kirk (brothers) and their friend Jon Stead, Jon later moved on to concentrate on his own projects with Rupert stepping in to form the current team of Directors.

The first venture started in 2013 with a series of suppers and Sunday Lunches at Dunkerton’s Farm in Pembridge, Herefordshire, these were all sell out events, and the money raised form these allowed the guys to kick start their business and get the ball rolling with a more permanent food offering.

Dorian cut his teeth opening and running restaurants in London and quickly realised that his home town of Hereford was distinctly lacking in decent food choices. As such he decided to move back and launch the AROT project with his brother. 

Edwin, having worked in hospitality most of his life brought to the table his business and restaurant management skills. 

Jon having worked closely with Edwin, brought design, branding, and social media skills to the group. 

These separate and unique skill sets allowed them to create A Rule of Tum.