Called in again when back in Dorset this week. Now called Pascals Brasserie. Food still excellent as is the service.
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Beautiful and very, very good food, as well as the cakes and cream teas. The food is obviously made in the premises and it pays off. They will refill your coffee or tea, very impressive. It felt that the two young guys were new to...More
This is honestly the best cafe in Weymouth and a little hidden gem. The homemade cakes are amazing and the pots of tea go on forever. All the food has that French 'je ne sais quoi' as the owner and chef clearly puts passion into...More
Called the brasserie (now called Pascal's Brasserie) before visiting to enquire whether the brasserie was dog friendly. The person we spoke to was off-hand and unfriendly, therefore unwelcoming, so we gave it a miss and selected a different cafe where we were made to feel...More
Finally managed to book a table for one of their evening meal nights (only do two a month). Menu was great, with two options for starter, main and desert, was actually nice not to have a huge amount to choose from! I went for ham...More
Had a lovely cream tea for six of us. Fantastic scones and tea in pots that never seem to get cold. Also a good selection of cakes and none of it will break the bank. Kids loved it!
Each year my family goes to Weymouth and this (now called Pascal's Brasserie, I think?) is our favourite place for breakfast or afternoon cakes. My health has faded during the years and my diet is very limited. The wonderful chef, Pascal, makes the best poached...More
Called in whilst walking around the old harbour area. Lovely Coffee and the homemade cakes looked delightful. Coffee and Walnut cake was delicious. Waitress was pleasant and the seating area was nice.