Hoyland shoppers can now enjoy homemade scones, allotment veg and teapots with woolly jumpers at a new quirky deli.
The Allotment Deli opened in the Hoyland Centre on Monday and is the brainchild of owner Charlie Oughton.
Charlie, 38, uses produce from her allotment in West Melton and her dad's allotment in Doncaster to make tasty treats including sandwich fillings and seasonal quiches.
The corner of the premises has been transformed with a swanky Chesterfield chair, tables and bone china.
She said there had been a cafe in the spot previously but the area had been vacant for a number of months.
Since opening she has had an 'overwhelming reception' from customers and is keen to offer an alternative in the area.
"I want it to be personal and I don't want it to be a Costa Coffee," Charlie of Rainborough Mews, Brampton Brierlow said.
"I feel it's offering something a little bit different to other places in Hoyland."