I work in the area and have been to cafe latte on quite a number of occasions, I stuck to the soup to take away but I’m Baffled that every member of staff seems to charge a different price, and then today, a handful of...More
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I am not keen on this cafe. Have gone several times on a Saturday with my daughters, staff are certainly not friendly at all, nearly too much bother for them. Sometimes seated areas are closed off and very little selection of tray bakes
Nice cup of tea and the apple tart is definitely worth having. Kids a bit disappointed that there is no ice cream during the winter.
nice central cafe,lots on the menu to choose, coffee not the best is the only negative and really lovely staff.
Service was first class - staff went out of their way to make me and my friend feel welcome. Food was hot and the Irish stew excellent. Well worth the Translink senior citizen offer 'Buy one Get one free lunch.
Great cappuccino and service with a smile! One of the waitresses also took the time to write down detailed walking directions for us to a nearby cathedral that we wanted to visit.
cramped interior especially beside the till area. Served by an impatient and sullen lady and when I went up to pay for my meal she dismissed me to carry a conversation with another customer and left me to stand waiting to pay!
Have been to Cafe Latte a few times and food can be hit or miss. Layout of tables is terrible - hard to make way to a table without bumping into something or someone. Visited today with my daughter where we both ordered a baked...More
As a Dungannon native, but living elsewhere, I'm not up-to-date with coffee shops in the town. So, when passing through earlier this week my husband and I managed to get a parking space in Scotch Street, and headed into Cafe Latte. We were unsure whether...More
One of my favourite cafe in town for lunch when working in Dungannon. Great choice of freshly made sandwiches and cakes - the filled bagels are recommended.