It's a basic cafe with good food at good prices. We had a coffee stop as the derwent Valley way passes close by. Amazing scones!
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We enjoyed our lunch so much. We had egg, ham,chips and salad. Excellent value and service. There's plenty of choice but we wanted comfort food. The portions were too big for us but can't please everyone I suppose. We ate outside as it was a...More
We quite often pop in for a coffee when we're having a long walk. The staff are very helpful and nice. The cafe does breakfasts and jacket potatoes etc. It's nearly always busy in there. The cakes on the counter always look appealing.
I've visited this café on a number of occasions recently as my daughter lives close by. It offers a reasonably priced basic café menu of freshly prepared food and a tempting selection of homemade cakes. The staff are friendly and the place is always clean....More
What a lovely morning X The sun was shining and all my family visited the Mad Hatters Tea Room for breakfast X It was Mother's Day and I wanted to treat my Mum. I had reserved a table as both my parents are disabled and...More
Having previously had the misfortune to visit this cafe and determined not to return, I was towards the end of last year taken there by a friend after reassuring me it had changed. Well, I was pleasantly surprised by the improved standards and much friendlier...More
The cafe in in the heart of Alvaston park by the lake and children's play area. Ideal for parents. Been here a couple of times now and we've always had fantastic service. Love the cooked breakfast. Plus we always end up taking the cafes own...More